As his Social Experiment Tour concludes tonight in Los Angeles, Chance made sure to hit upÂ The Arsenio Hall Show to perform â€śChain Smoker,â€ť off his critically acclaimed mixtape Acid Rap. Chano also sat down with Arsenio for a small interview where they discussed violence in Chicago, touring with Eminem, forming a rappers union, and more. Check out the performance above and hit the jump to see the interview.
Last night at Terminal West, Mike Will Made It brought out a ton of folks in support of his upcoming project, Mike Will Been Trill. SRDtv was on stage to capture some of the performances, including T.I. talking that talk and Jeezy doing his “Shit (Remix)” verse. Toward the end, we start to hear Juicy J’s voice but it cuts off. Who else might end up on the remix? According to SRD, more verses are being added. We’ll find out soon, but it goes hard. Down below is a short clip of 2 Chainz doing “Fork.” Previously:Â Mixtape: Jeezy â€“ Itâ€™s… continue reading
That “Levels (Remix)” was supposed to come out in September, but Meek Mill seems to be prolonging it for a reason. Tonight, Philly’s annual Powerhouse event took place. While headlining, Meek took a moment out of the set to shout out Kendrick Lamar, saying they have no beef but lets him know who’s King tonight, and then drops a new verse over his Cardo-produced “Levels.” Is this that remix verse we’ll be hearing soon? Seems likely. Shouts to HHS87. After the jump, check out some footage of him bringing out Jadakiss, Guordan, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj and French Montana. Previously:Â French… continue reading
Drake’s 27th birthday celebration concert took place last night in his hometown of Toronto. During the night, he brought out Jhene Aiko to do one of the best songs off Nothing Was The Same. The honest, open and special “From Time.” This Is Walder was in the building to capture some pretty good footage that doesn’t distort the audio like a lot of videos. In other news, the album is on the verge of going platinum with 947,000 copies sold to date. Two more weeks and that plaque is soon to hit his home. Previously:Â Video: Drake Ft. Majid Jordan â€“… continue reading
Out in New York promoting Step Brothers 2, Starlito and Don Trip stopped by Sway In The Morning for an interview and performance set. During the interview, they two talked about signing to major labels and why they ended up falling through, Game signing to Cash Money, the differences between Step Brothers and the sequel, getting away from the streets and more. They also perform select songs in between portions of the interview. Previously:Â Video: Starlito & Don Trip â€“ Paper Rock Scissors Follow @SermonsDomain
The annual New York City event known as CMJ took place this past week. Fader Fort had a nice set of performances, including this one from TDE’s first lady SZA. With her beautiful curly hair out and her live band backing things up, she slows it down in this clip, debuting “Child’s Play.” She has Z and A EPs in the works. Unless plans have changed since her signing, expect to hear this new record on one of them. Previously:Â Video: SZA â€“ Teen Spirit Follow @SermonsDomain