Monday, November 14, 2011

J. Cole Does Abu Dhabi [Video]

Cole World all the way in Abu Dhabi?! How ill is that??? Bol is making serious strides. Check out the performance at the Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend festivities…

Double R


Producer, Hit-Boy On His "Ni**as In Paris" Track

Word to MTV.


This Pretty Much Nails It... [Video]



Let's Take A Moment With B.o.B. [Video]

Let's hop on a strange cloud with Bobby Ray....

Directed by Cam Be and Sgt. Tibs


From The Vault: Elton John - "Rocket Man" [Live Las Vegas Performance Video]

Just in case you thought Mike was coming from left field...


Mike Posner - "Rocket Man" (Feat. Bun B.)

I think Mike Posner is cool. Not cooler than me, but cool nonetheless. Primarily, because I thought he killed Beyonce's "Halo" and he rocks sneakers I like. Ha! Either way, here's the new hotness from Camp Mike Posner.

SCREAM @ ME!!! + the .com

Drake All Over Complex

Check out how Complex Magazine decided to bring in the year... Read the article in its entirety RIGHT HERE!

Perfect timing?


Ace Hood - "Body To Body (Remix)" (Feat. Chris Brown, Rick Ross, Wale + Dj Khaled)

As if it wasn't already a SMASH.



Wiz Khalifa + Snoop Dogg Movie + Soundtrack + Tour

The film, set in a Los Angeles high school, sees Valedictorian hopeful Devin Overstreet (Wiz Khalifa) struggling to pen his graduation speech when it becomes clear that all his academic over-achievements have left him with little to no real-life experiences. He finds an unlikely inspiration in the least-achieving student on campus, Mac Johnson (Snoop Dogg.) Mac, a 15-year senior and consummate ladies man, is smitten by the school’s new substitute chemistry teacher. He soon realizes that the only way he’ll truly have a chance with her is if he finally graduates high school. In 3 weeks time, Mac must cram four years of high school academics, while Devin must cram four years of teenage experience.

Oh, PLUS the tour...

12.5 - New York, NY - Terminal 5
12.6 - Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory
12.7 - Washington, D.C. - 9:30 Club
12.10 - Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle
12.12 - San Francisco, CA - The Warfield Theatre
12.13 - Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern


Allen Iverson Wouldn't Mind Celtics Uniform?!

Iverson's manager, Gary Moore, reported to the Globe his client would love to come to Boston. "I have already spoken to Allen about that and many other opportunities, and of course he would be interested in anywhere in the NBA but Boston is particularly attractive to him," Moore went on to state, "because of Danny Ainge, the organization, and one of the most respected coaches he knows in the business in Doc Rivers."

We didn't make this up...


KICK GAME: Air Foamposite One "Metallic Red" *New Images*

The Foamz are coming in Metallic Red in 2012. We previously made a post about the release so this is just a reminder and some new images!

Release: 02/04/12 "Valentines Day"
Retail: $200

Curren$y Puts Us On [Video]

So, 2Dope caught up with Curren$y and crew at the Sacramento, Californ-I-YAY stop on The Smoker's Club Tour and they chopped it up about the whole Jet World Order movement and other upcoming projects...

Speaking of "upcoming projects..."

The Stoned Immaculate due out March 2012.


How To Make It In America [Season 2, Ep. 7 - "The Friction"]

On it again…tell your favorite site where to get it. In other news, did y'all know, next week's episode is the finale?! I was sad when I learned.

Spoiler Alert: PUSHA!!!!


Meet The Guy You Already Know: Jonathan Mannion [Video]

Hypebeast just put us all the way on…

A Cleveland, Ohio native, Jonathan Mannion began capturing images of up-and-coming urban music superstars after working for a year with world-renowned photographer Richard Avedon. In 1996, he launched his professional career by shooting the photographs for the classic hip-hop album Reasonable Doubt by Jay-Z. In the years since, Jonathan’s photography has grown alongside the culture he so loves, helping to visually define an era of urban music. As DJ Quik once pointed out to him, the world sees hip-hop through his eyes. However, he is modestly circumspect about his role. “I’m just a messenger,” he observes, “and I’ve been given a talent to document an extremely important era of music history. I have a love for hip-hop that goes back to when I was a teenager, and I feel blessed to have had the chance to shoot the artists I’ve worked with. I’ve had the opportunity to grow with them and the photos I’ve shot over the years have become visual bullet points of their creative evolution and mine.”


Ludacris - "Say It To My Face" (Feat. Meek Mill) [BTS Video]

Wanna see some scary shit?!


Jay-Z: GQ's "Man Of The Year"

Consider this a warning. This issue is apparently on shelves now! O_o… I'm a subscriber and I don't have the shit. SMH. Who do I need to talk to?

RapRadar told us…


Where To Get Rihanna's Talk That Talk Early!!!

Who's needs that new RiRi?! You do! Guess who knows where to get it?! We do! Check out our homies...