Check out the amazing artist, Nas, performing at the Pulse Art Festival Event for Art Basel with special guest, Busta Rhymes, reality TV star, Jennifer Williams and others.
Hennessy V.S and The FADER celebrated an exhibition of work from legendary lifestyle photographers Mel D. Cole, Kyle Dean Reinford, Erez Avissar, Sandy Kim and Kendrick Brinson.
Justin Bieber is combining all of his #MusicMondays leaks and he will be releasing them as a project titled, Journals. In this project, Justin Bieber will also add five bonus tracks. Some of the tracks features production from Diplo and guest spots from Big Sean, Lil Wayne and Future. The project also includes the “All That Matters” music video, a theatrical trailer for his upcoming Believe film and a ”Guatemala Pencils Of Promise” journal video. This project will be available on iTunes from December 16th to January 2nd.
In addition, Billboard tweeted that Justin Bieber was set to close out his Music Mondays promotion–releasing a new song a week on iTunes for 10 weeks–with the December 9th release of his latest, a collaboration with Chance the Rapper called “Confident.” Then Justin Bieber tweeted “Who is closing out?”.
Check out the tracklist below.
After the check-in with Nat Lotto in the same night, Bizzy Crook from the 305 made his Inner Circle Radio debut with Good Luck Tank and his camera folk CT on the lens. Bizzy broke down his origin of his name, hosting in New York and having a better turn out in New York as opposed to Florida, his releasing his 84 project and feeling appreciated by the masses for it, his progression since his Good Luck EP two years ago, being managed by Mona Scott as well as A&R from Def Jam, and even more tactics of staying relevant. Scope us out below!
If you’ve been up to date on anything coming out of Inner Circle Radio, you know we have been promoting the duo Dunbar for ages. With No Hookstill getting the rounds of listens it deserves, Sure Shot is prepping the release of his full length project Quiet Money for the 2014, so with the Inner Circle Radio on hosting duties, we bring forth 3.5G.December 18th is the full release date for the visual and the tape, so in the mean time take this single titled “The Question” to get familiar.
You can always count on Young Grust Rich Fam’s frontman Looch to have an angry buzz in him when he lets go of a couple bars in the booth, so it doesn’t surprise me to hear duke snap like a mad dragon in his new single featuring BSB’s King Sevin, who’s reeling off a stand-out verse on Troy Ave’s debut LP in the form of “Cigar Smoke.” Produced by fellow YGRF member Hayesman, the posses sequel project is due out sooner than sooner.
If you’re not up on Atlanta’s Rich Espy, let his Trae Tha Truth-esque flow capture you for his new visual titled “Vintage Tapes”, which could be found on his #LAConfidential 2 project coming shortly. An ode to all the best that came before us, fucks with it. @Chad_Law, @CollegeDJ, Facebook.
Okay first things first, Chise if you didn’t finish the deed with the female portrayed in this video, you gotta quit fooling and pass it to a real nigga. Ha! Featuring Made2Last on the hook duty I suppose, “3 A.M.” consists of an Aaliyah sample that Chise feels the ladies need to understand one time. Now go get that work! @Chad_Law, @CollegeDJ, Facebook
Over Que’s patented single, Chiraq’s Spenzo lets go of his brief take over the “OG Bobby Johnson” instrumental. With a thick cake in some leggings shaking and his boys in the background smoking dope and repping the clique, Spenzo shows his hunger for the brief bars displayed, and this is why I fucks with the young homie. In Spenzo We Trustis up for download anywhere you type it into Google and gaaaahdamn is it worth the download..
After picking up GrandeMarshall’s last project months back, I realized anything that dude is doing production wise is going to be bonkers. So if you’ve got a L already on deck for the night, hit the play button and zone to the newest concoction of a beat given to Ffry Ferelli, “NumBBers.” I’m unfamiliar with Ffry myself, but with his 21 project up for download now, all of us can get acquainted with the Philly bol. @Chad_Law, @CollegeDJ, Facebook.
A1/FBG representative Bloody Jay is feeling like the “Hardest Nigga Ever” after releasing a slew of projects, recently Blatlanta II: Brazy. With an infectiously angry chorus and a beat that matches, this is one of the first times I can really say I’ve enjoyed a full Bloody Jay song. Keep it turnt nonetheless. @Chad_Law, @CollegeDJ, Facebook.
My G UfoFev has been coming in left and right to remind y’all that he’s got a new project of sorts on the come-up, and lately he’s been back and forth with singles and features ranging from Riddles to Jon Connor. Now with the patented Rich Lou on the track, Fev gives off a new MP3 and visual aid titled “Show Money.” Happy Holidaze from The High Enterprise ya bish. @Chad_Law, @CollegeDJ, Facebook.
Scotty ATL could’ve gave up at a lot of times in his career, but with the best drive and will to stay relevant in the game he hasn’t let up since. His new visual “I Could’ve Gave Up” produced by DJ Mr. Rogers gives us insight on holmes’ lifestyle prior to making it as a rapper and as he deals with the notoriety since starting. Holler at us at our social pages after you click play. @Chad_Law, @CollegeDJ, Facebook.