John River’s Hope City recently released a new documentary titled “The Journey,” which takes a closer look at the rise of Canadian basketball. “The Journey” tells the stories of 6 promising basketball players from Ontario as they continue to pursue their dreams of a professional career in the sport. Check out the documentary which features interviews with rising stars Elijah Long, David Tyndale, Reilly Reid, Kayon Mayers, Tremell Mayers and Trevon McNeil. Considering the rise of the Canadian players in the NBA, expect to hear more about these players as they stay chasing their dreams.
Fresh off releasing his 1st Quarter Freestyle a few days ago, Big Sean decides to keep the videos coming and drops off a dark visual for the Miguel-assisted track “Ashley”. This appeared on his sophomore LP, Hall Of Fame, currently out in stores.
Migos link up with the almighty Gucci Mane for “Get Down” which will appear on DJ Drama‘s new “Solid Foundation” mixtape dropping on Superbowl Sunday. Watch out for the tape as for now stream the banger track below.
Lupe Fiasco is back with a new free record titled “Thot97″ which is a play on the popular New York radio station’s name. His new album Testuo & Youth is coming later this year. Enjoy the song for now and stream after the jump.
Wale and Magazeen hit us with another remix, this time jumping on Troy Ave’s “Show Me Love” record.
Jennifer Lopez keeps the new music coming and premieres the visual her latest single, “Same Girl,” which was shot out in the Bronx. The record was written by Chris Brown and will appear on her upcoming album, likely to drop later this year sometime.
360 offers a fresh verse over Justin Bieber’s “All The Matters” track. He is currently on the Crenshaw Tour with Nipsey Hussle, and will be gearing up to drop his #Foot2NeckSeason EP soon.
Nitty Scott, MC, decides to put her own spin on Drake’s “Trophies.” Premiered over at XXL, Nitty definitely triumphs over the victorious instrumental.