A$AP Mob took over the sunshine state as the collective performed at Miami’s Grand Central last night. A$AP Rocky didn’t dissapoint, performing cuts off his standout LIVE.LOVE.A$AP mixtape. That wasn’t it, as fans got the first listen to a new song Rocky recorded while in Florida. The audio isn’t the best but you do get somewhat of an idea.
Last night, 50 Cent and XXL took over Webstar Hall in New York City. In support of the mag’s multiple Fiddy covers, G-Unit’s head honcho put on what looks like one hell of a show. I haven’t seen 50 perform a full set in over a year so I’m actually kinda tight I missed this. His Big 10 mixtape really makes me miss the G-Unit mixtape days. (Props RealTalkNY)
Something like this has been a long time in the makes. More than 15 years after the untimely passing of Biggie and Tupac, Lil Cease and The Outlawz have finally buried the hatchet. Teaming up for Kay Slay, the once feuding sides have officially put the beef to rest int the name of rap’s two fallen legends. This track will be included on Slay’s upcoming album, Rhyme or Die.
In the third tralier for his upcoming mixtape, we catch TIP in-studio with Young Jeezy. From the sounds of it, the final result sure won’t dissapoint. Only 3 more days until The Kang’s Fuck Da City Up mixtape arrives on New Year’s Day.
After the jump you can view the official cover to T.I.’s new mixtape….
It’s been a major year for tours across North America and Worldwide for many of music’s biggest stars. Pollstar have revealed it’s Top 25 Worldwide Tours of 2011, which includes many familiar names that you’ve come accustomed to on this site. Rihanna graced the top ten mark, landing at number seven, as her LOUD tour grossed a big $90 million. While Usher’s OMG tour landed at #17 raking in $57.1 million, Kanye West and Jay-Z’s Watch The Throne tour also made the list generating $48.3 million.
This conversation is pretty great. Artworld stars Rashid Johnson and Luis Gispert and Nas discuss Illmatic and their creative processes. They find that there’s so many parallels between painting and rapping. Nas says he feels like he needs to always do the unexpected and is always trying to do something different with his music. He mentions drawing inspirations from everyday conversations and art. He concludes by revealing that he always envied the painter’s life.
presented as part 1 of Spotify’s Music Loves Art Series via Vice
Watch the video after the jump, plus check out more footage of Nas selling his first painting for 14k at this year’s Art Basel show in Miami.
We’ve already heard The Kang, now Tyrese bolsters the lineup on this cut off his new Open Invitation album. Right in time for all the New Years Eve festivities, Big Sean and Busta Rhymes join the party on the official remix to “Fireworkz.”
New Music: Tyrese Feat. T.I., Big Sean & Busta Rhymes – “Fireworkz (Remix)” (prod. by David Banner)