Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Mayor’s Top 50 Air Force 1s Of All Time


I love complex for this. Check out some top Air Force 1's picks. Complex

Evidence x Pac Div x TiRon x Mr. Lif x Akrobatik x Fashawn x Exile (Video)


HipHopOfficial’s wrap up of the Lions Den Pure II Anniversary Concert that went down this week. Featuring performances and features from the likes of Evidence, TiRon, Ayomari, Pac Div, Mr. Lif, Akrobatik, Medusa, LMNO, Fashawn & Exile, Planet Asia and more. Damn, I wish I could’ve been in attendance! It’s alright though… I’ll be live at the Leaders of the New Cool show next week.

Planet Asia and Tri State (from Gold Chain Military) just showed me this. Upset I missed it but I'll catch the next one.

Bun B – Best In the World (prod. Statik Selektah)


Fresh out the studio, Bun and Statik just released a joint they just recorded in the Showoff Basement. Bun’ No Mixtape coming soon, and Statik’s 100 Proof hits stores on February 2nd.

Download: Bun B- Best In The World (prod. Statik Selektah)

COMPLEX: Top 25 Most Anticipated Albums of 2010


Complex lists off their 25 most anticipated albums of 2010.
READ: Complex’s 25 Most Anticipated Albums of 2010

Shout out to Pac div for making the list.

Video: Midgets vs. Mascots Trailer



Hilarious spoof..

Booty Of Tha Week!! Suelyn Medeiros


50 Cent's old booty is now our "Booty Of Tha Week". Suelyn is a Brazilian model/ actress.
Check out her website iluvsuelyn or Follow her on Twitter @IluvSuelyn

You already know hit the jump for more pictures and a Video

Gorilla Zoe- Like A Drug



Download: Gorilla Zoe- Like A Drug

Rihanna- Redemption Song (For Haiti Relief)



Download: Rihanna- Redemption Song (For Haiti Relief)

Rihanna will be performing this today on Oprah.

Video: Copyright Criminals (PBS Documentary)


Copyright Criminals examines the history and influence of musical sampling, provoking debates about copyright, compensation, and creativity in the age of intellectual property.
Featuring remarks from hip-hop and electronica artists as well as George Clinton and ex-James Brown drummer Clyde Stubblefield, whose works have been heavily sampled.

Video: Ludacris “How Low”