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Over the weekend, JD hosted a 20th Anniversary So So Def concert in his hometown of Atlanta. Among the performers for the show were people like Bow Wow, Usher, Ludacris, Young Jeezy and Lil Jon, but none seemed to steal the spotlight like Jay-Z when he reunited with JD to perform their classic hit single, Money Ain’t A Thing. Check out the performance, and peep how the crowd went crazy when Hov hit the stage.
The New York native and Cheer$ club member comes through with a brand new video for his Rollin’ My Trees track, which appeared on his Golden Army mixtape. Check it out below.
The legendary 9th Wonder sat down with Life + Times to give the story behind how he got the production credit for Threat, which appeared on Jay-Z’s The Black Album back in 2003. Give it a look.
Juicy J comes through and drops the third single from his upcoming solo debut, We Trippy. With The Weeknd in charge of hook duties, we’re sure that this is going to be the theme music to many people’s pre-game sesions for the next few months. Check it out.
With his solo debut set to drop this May, Pusha delivers another video from his recently released Wrath Of Caine mixtape to hold his fans over until then. Give it a look.
Before he releases his Black Flag mixtape, MGK sends some shots at FADER magazine, XXL, and Charlamagne The God in this new video for his track, Champions. Check it out.
After a long solo hiatus, Odd Future’s leader is finally back with some brand new music. He announced that on April 2nd, he’ll be releasing his third solo album entitled, Wolf. The video for his first single, Domo 23, is nothing like Yonkers, but is still nothing like what is seen as the norm in rap today. Check it out.
And oh yeah, that preview track with Frank Ocean at the end is tough.
Last night, the 2013 NBA All-Star game went down in Houston. Just as with every year, the game showcased the brightest stars in the league, this always results to amazing play after amazing play. For those of you who weren’t able to watch the game live last night, the league compiled clips of the best highlights that the game had to offer. Check it out.
French Montana unleashes yet another video. This time, it’s for his Rick Ross and J. Cole assisted track, Diamonds. You can check the Edgar Esteves directed video out below.
Keeping the campaign for his Folarin mixtape going, Wale hits up the Big Apple with Chinx Drugz and Fatz for the video for his track, Let A Nigga Know. Peep the visuals below.