The beat is classic Dipset-era aggression, all car-door slam and boxing ring bell-esque sounds.
French Montana, Wale and Fabolous’ “tribute” to their favorite lady singers now has a visual counterpart.
You can probably guess by the title what happens.
Kanye West and French Montana have been spending a lot more time together — after all, they both got together with Kardashians — and it’s finally paying off for their fans.
The clip not only features the song’s key players French Montana and Rick Ross, but cameos from A$AP Rocky, Snoop Dogg, DJ Khaled, Ashanti and 2 Chainz.
Jennifer Lopez is a woman who knows what she wants. And one thing she doesn’t want is to film the video for her latest single, “I Luh Ya Papi” featuring French Montana at a water park.
The sunny and infectious tune is sure to soundtrack many beach parties once the temperatures soar. Yes, this winter will eventually end.
The song is the first track off Diddy’s upcoming solo album, which is tentatively titled MMM.
The Notorious B.I.G. once rapped, “You’re nobody until somebody kills you,” and on Rick Ross’ new Biggie aping track, he’s repeating the sentiment.
In Ashanti’s new video for “I Got It” she’s not interested in just being a ride or die chick, she wants her accolades.
Before the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards aired, or were even recorded weeks before broadcast, its outcome wasn’t a matter of whether Kendrick Lamar or Drake would win awards. Instead, it was a matter of how many and, perhaps more importantly, who would win more?
‘Bangerz’ features huge names such as Britney Spears, Big Sean, Nelly, Ludacris, Future, and French Montana, as well as high-value producers such as Mike Will Made It, Pharrell, and Dr. Luke.
Maximum amounts of Crew Love.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated.
In this edition of “Rewind” we dissect Kanye West’s infamous “European Tirade Tour” and ask if a 9-year-old rapper is being abused by his own raps.
Aaron McGruder’s hip-hop satire cartoon, The Boondocks, couldn’t have concocted a more ludicrous plot than what has transpired in Braxton, Massachusetts. The father of a 9-year-old rapper is under investigation for his son’s rap videos.