Imagine receiving the opportunity of a lifetime at the hands of perhaps the greatest MC to ever do it. That’s just what Jay Z did for a young teenager at the Greensboro, NC show on his Magna Carter Tour.
Like we always do at this time, Kanye West took that stage last night in Amsterdam and got some more things off of his chest.
Now that Meek Mill has made a name for himself as a solo artist, he will be switching hats as the head of his own label, Dreamchasers Records.
Kanye West made some news this morning, we aren’t sure if you heard of it yet, but he also had a show in Atlantic City last night.
Kanye West kept the sound bites coming during night two of his three-night gig at Revel Resort & Casino in Atlantic City. For the second installment, West ranted about his treatment in the media. The commentary kicked off during a performance of “Clique,” when the Chicago native denied claims that he’s out of his mind.
Tyga releases another video off of his new mixtape, 187, by splitting duties between “Clique” and “F**king Problems.”
DJ MLK gets the go ahead to release a fresh verse from the “Kang of the South” on “Clique.”
UPDATE: The livestream has started, watch below. For the past week, Jay-Z has been live streaming his opening concerts at the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Today, courtesy of Life + Times and YouTube, Hova will be live streaming the final show on this Saturday night.
Jay-Z’s history making night in Brooklyn contained a slew of epic moments. The biggest highlight may have came from a performance from Jay-Z’s rap idol, Big Daddy Kane.
In case you didn’t know by now, Hit-Boy is a force to be reckoned with. Ever since “N*ggas in Paris” hit the atmosphere, the California native has become a go-to-person for Kanye West, and seems to hit it out of the park with each offering. His latest production feat came by way of “Clique,” off […]
After dropping the artwork, a snippet where a certain Chicago rapper shouted out his girlfriend’s adult video talents, we finally get the full version of Kanye West, Big Sean and Jay-Z’s “Clique.” All three MCs lyrically big up the dominance of their crew over a creeping Hit-Boy production. “He never told, who he gon’ tell we top […]
The supposed tracklist for the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music album, Cruel Summer, dropped late last week and one of the more interesting songs listed was number two, called “Clique.” The tune stood out from the project’s dozen tracks since besides Kanye West and Big sean it features one Jay-Z, who held a small music festival in […]