G-Eazy (@g_eazy) makes his victory lap with the release of his debut album “These Things Happen” by performing on the late night circuit for the first time on Seth Meyers. G-Eazy performed live renditions of “I Mean It” and “Far Alone” with some help of fellow Bay Area rapper Jay Ant. Watch below.
J. Cole closed out his Dollar And A Dream Tour in Los Angeles at The Belasco. Not only did J. Cole shut down the venue, there was an encore performance which brought out special guest Kendrick Lamar. However, prior to that Drake took stage as a surprise to the Dreamvillains in attendance. After performing “Worst… Continue reading
Common (@common @vincestaples @jheneaiko) hit the stage for Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform two cuts off his new album Nobody’s Smiling. Com Sense got assistance from Jhené Aiko for a live rendition of “Black Majik”, as well as being joined by Vince Staples for “Kingdom”. Watch below. Black Majik Kingdom
Tinashe (@tinashe) is my bae, she just doesn’t know it yet. Anyway, the “2 On” singer performed a live rendition of her chart climbing hit single for the studio audience at the Wendy Williams show. Tinashe’s debut album “Aquarius” is due out in September. Watch the footage below and also check out the tour of… Continue reading
Common (@Common) stopped by Shade 45 for an interview on Sway In The Morning. The artist formerly known as Common Sense spoke on his worth ethic with No I.D., beef with Drake over dating Serena Williams and collaborating with new rappers like Vince Staples for “Nobody’s Smiling”. After being probed by Sway he kicks a… Continue reading
DJ Eclipse (@itsdjeclipse) was manager of legendary hip hop store Fat Beats which shuttered back in 2010. It turns out that a 19 year old Kanye West managed to bombard the mic at the opening of the New York store in 1996. Check out this rare footage and read the back story below. “The original… Continue reading
Drake (@Drake) was the host of this years 2014 ESPY Awards held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. Drizzy started things off with his opening monologue, then premiered a skit called “Drake vs Blake” with Blake Griffin, that featured an appearance by Chris Brown. Drake then went on to perform two new songs, “Honorable… Continue reading