In the spirit of the first annual NBA Awards show on Monday night in Basketball City at Pier 36 in New York, a 'Get Out' parody featuring DRAKE as Steph Curry was dropped to promote the highly anticipated event. SBnation writes, "While awards had been previously released at the end of the season, this is the first time it’s happening in an award show setting. The NBA will be handing out awards for MVP, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, Sixth Man of the Year, Most Improved Player, and Defensive Player of the Year, plus much more."
"Rollin" is by far one of the hardest tracks from LIL WAYNE off of his "Sorry For The Wait" mixtape. The beat is beyond sick and Wayne's flow sounds like one that he shot from the top of his head. He was just freestyling and wildin' out and showing the world how much he loves Hip Hop. No autotunes, just Wayne with a rough & rugged MC voice. GUNPLAY from Maybach Music Group made the original version of "Rollin". But Lil Wayne's take on it sounds better to me.
Drake took it back to the way Hip Hop is suppose to be done...playing the dozens through music. No matter who and what comes at you, just make music. No matter what the circumstances and drama you have in your life, just make music. We don't want to hear about your love affairs...just make music. On this blog, we don't care about the gossip...just make music. And that's what Drake did. He bodied Meek with "Back To Back". Let's see if Meek...the comeback King, will respond.
"I didn't come up with the concept, but I'm very sorry and take full responsibility if it has offended anyone," says Nicki Minaj. "I'd never condone Nazism in my art" The Anti-Defamation League drew negative attention to Nick Minaj by blasting her new animated music video over the weekend and accusing her of mimicking Nazism through imagery showing soldiers in red arm bands, Minaj as their dictator, and the "Young Money logo has been compared by some to a swastika". The organization's director, Abraham H. Foxman – a Holocaust survivor – called it "a new low for pop culture's exploitation of Nazi symbolism." According to Rolling Stone, "Foxman condemned the video not just for its imagery, but for the tactlessness of releasing the video on the 76th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the "Night of Broken Glass" pogrom in which tens of thousands of Jews were brought to concentration camps and more than 1,000 synagogues were burned, signaling the beginning of the Holocaust."
This is what the world has been waiting for!! Drake Vs Kendrick Lamar Battle Rap On KOTD's Battle League. This is so hilarious yet realisitic as f*ck! You'll see other characters in the background such as Nicki Minaj, Birdman, Bow Wow, and Khaled on Drake's side. And in King Kendrick's corner, you'll notice ASAP Rocky, The Game, Tyler The Creator, and even J. Cole standing behind the announcer. This is an excellent presentation with the animated Drake sounding better than the real Drake. The verses Kendrick drops sound like exactly like lyrics he would say. This video makes you hunger for a REAL BATTLE now. Watch...
Included in this post are some explosive photos from the biggest music event in radio history!! The 2013 iHeartRadio Music festival went down last weekend at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. A long list of heavyweight musicians graced the stage including; Justin Timberlake, Paul McCartney, Katy Perry, Drake, J. Cole, TLC, Elton John, Miley Cyrus, Tiesto, Muse, Keith Urban, Chris Brown, Miguel, Bruno Mars, Zedd, Ke$sha, and Robin Thicke just to name a few. This massive 2-day event was a music lover's dream-come-true! Check out the pics...
Just like the album, and the song, the concept of the video is extremely creative. The message of the song is to be careful on who you give your love to. 'Poetic Justice' is off of Kendrick Lamar's critically acclaimed album, 'Good Kid, M.a.a.d City.'
Drake brought in 2013 in one of the best cities on the planet...MIAMI! And he brought some of the biggest names in Hip Hop to perform alongside him at a lavish poolside party at Miami Beach's Fountainbleu Hilton hotel. Some of the hard-hitting performances included; - Busta Rhymes – “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” - Drake – “Us (Remix)” and “Fu**kin’ Problems” - French Montana – “Pop That” and - T.I. – “Ball” and “What You Know”. Check out the VIDEOS of performances.