24th of Feb. Mark your calendars.
Lil Wayne teases us with a trailer for his Sorry For The Wait 2 mixtape by delivering a trailer for said project. Wayne can be seen on a couch smoking with a female next to him as he raps one of the songs from the project. The tape drops on Tuesday 20th of Jan.
The other day I had a real ass conversation with Philly’s Ryshon Jones, I hope it was as real to him as it was me. Anyway, the ever growing Ryshon will drop his You’re Safe Now project in February and earlier on he released the first album trailer to start prepping the project’s release, a project Ryshon said he is excited to release. The first trailer shows Ryshon opening for Big K.R.I.T. and a new interview.
Who’s ready for another documentary?! Similar to their series on Chicago’s hip hop scene A$AP Rocky, Noisey will debut a 10-part series on Atlanta’s rap world with closer looks into the lives and times of the likes of Gucci Mane, Jeezy, Migos, Young Thug, ILOVEMAKONNEN, Mike WiLL Made It, Rich Homie Quan, 2 Chainz, and many others.
The series goes behind the songs and into the trap houses, neighborhoods, problems, and solutions that have inspired the wheelhouse behind one of America’s most vibrant and influential music scenes. Also featuring appearances by the Atlanta Police Department, gang members, the ATL Twins and Curtis Snow (Snow On Da Bluff), they attempt to illustrate the lively rap scene and what that culture means to the city. The series begins next month January 13th. Check out the trailer below.
We don’t often post music video trailers, but this one is pretty dope. Check out the trailer for Joey’s ‘No. 99′ produced by Statik Selektah, and directed by Rik Cordero. The video hits the web on December 9th, while Joey’s album ‘B4.DA.$$’ hits stores on January 20th.
With the digital-only album set to drop on Christmas day, Fabolous gives us the full album trailer for the new project. ‘The Young OG Project’ hits iTunes on December 25th.
I’m from Michigan and completely support the Detroit vs Everybody campaign. There’s no debating who originated the movement, but it would be absolutely backwards for me to hate on any other group of individuals looking to showcase the unity in their city, especially after the negative connotations that have been made in the past regarding Detroit artists supporting each other. We’ve seen a lot of cities pitting themselves against everybody, but Long Island is the latest to create something tangible. Check out the trailer for “Long Island vs Everybody” below and keep your eyes peeled for the full release!
After teasing the masses with 20 seconds long teasers, the first official trailer for next summer’s anticipated blockbuster Jurassic World has hit the web. Steven Spielberg returns to the franchise as executive producer while Colin Trevorrow directs the film. Watch the first official trailer below and look for the film to release in 3D on June 12, 2015.