N.O.R.E. visits ThisIs50 offices to talk with Young Jack Thriller about his new album Student Of The Game, and during the conversation he also tells the story of the first time he met Bobby Brown at the Puerto Rican day parade.
Ray J brings in a Kim Kardashian look-alike for the video to his controversial single “I Hit It First,” although Ray J has yet to admit that the song is about his one time “co-star.”
Sean Kington is looking to keep it hot this summer with visual to his single “Beat It,” which features Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, and plenty of eye candy. The video was shot in Malibu with direction from Colin Tilley. Sean’s upcoming album Back 2 Life drops sooon.
Having released his “Becoming King” mixtape last week, Bad Boy rapper Los releases the visual for the track “OD,” produced by Sonny Digital. Directed By John Colombo.
Nature leaks another one from his Seasons Changed: Spring Edition EP, which drops tomorrow. The track, “Never Falling Off,” features D.O.E. and produced by DJ Concept.
With his AcidRap mixtape dropping on the 30th, Chance The Rapper drops the visual for his track “Smoke Again,” featuring Ab-Soul.
Wyclef Jean leaks the acoustic piece “Bang Bang Bang,” off of his upcoming April Showers mixtape. The track was inspired by all the recent gun violence in Chicago.
Queensbridge rapper Nature returns with the track “New York N*ggazz,” off another season-themed project entitled, Seasons Changed: Spring Edition EP, dropping April 30th.