During our interview with Nia Riley at YouTube Studios Los Angeles. The reality show cast member addresses dating and pregnancy, and reveals that the latest season of Love and Hip Hop Hollywood will be juicy, and if she had to replace any person from the show with someone else from another LHH franchise; it would […]
Music Video by So Gaudy performing Woah.
It’s time to start paying closer attention to MKTO. The hip-hop/pop duo has conquered the charts in Australia and New Zealand — three top 20 hits and a top 10 album — and their new single “Classic” is starting to make major inroads stateside. The feel-good anthem, which name checks Prince and Michael Jackson, is […]
Azad Right steps out and unleashes his latest music video for the infectious track “6:30” produced by Cazzafura, off the forthcoming mixtape For The Hopeful.
YouTube comments aren’t traditionally the most constructive form of criticism, but that isn’t stopping Chicago rapper Vic Mensa and New Jersey producer Clams Casino from using the often heated discourse of YouTube as a source of creative inspiration. Today and tomorrow at 12 PM PST, the two artists will attempt to make an original track […]
Young Hip-Hop fans have suffered a lack leadership of fresh new talented blood in their genre for quite a while, especially in terms of eclectic Hip-Hop groups who are willing to breathe new life into the genre and push the genre creatively forward into a positive contemporary relevant direction. One such group that is taking […]
Video by Deniro Farrar and Child Actor. On “Death or Forever” Farrar gets a clutch assist from northeastern synth-pop pair Child Actor, who lend a crisp hook to the otherwise hazy groove. Meanwhile, Farrar rhymes about vicious cycles and hard-won victories. The video, directed by J Williams and Anthony Supreme, is appropriately trippy, comprising computer-generated […]
Here is a video of a man on the subway performing a medley of songs in which he asks for kisses from women on the train. Super cute right? No. Read more… …read more Source: Jezebel
No, there’s no special anniversary for Cameron Crowe‘s directorial debut. At least not for another eight months, when Say Anything… turns 25. The reason it’s a Scenes We Love pick this week is because of all the recognition it’s been getting lately as a major influence on The Spectacular Now. The new indie teen movie’s […]
Off his upcoming mixtape, Chief Keep keeps the party going on “I Ain’t Done Turnin Up.” Get into the video below. Marisa Mendez …read more Source: In Flex We Trust