I just assume any video with Drake in it will be very meh. Dope song tho … Mike Will is officially one of the coldest producers out.
G.O.O.D Music drops the highly anticipated video for “Mercy.”
Dope video. Always expect Kanye to do something unexpected in terms of final product. The videography was OG. A couple cameos from Teyana Taylor and Kid Cudi (was that CyHi and Mr. Hudson too?) … this shit is hard.
Here’s some video from ESPN First Take featuring “Mr. Feature” 2 Chainz
Now that leads us to the idea of which 5 NBA players should be rappers ….
5. James Harden
Rap Name: Beard-o
Mixtape title: Fear The Beard
4. Derrick Rose
Rap Name: Rosewood
Mixtape Title: The Silent Killer
3. Delonte West
Rap Name: Ridin’ West
Mixtape Title: From The Westside Wit Luv: Life is a mutha f*cka
2. Kris Humphries
Rap Name: Heartbreak Kid
Mixtape Title: How To Lose A Girl In 72 Days
1. Lebron James
Rap Name: Roy-al (Da’ Witness)
Mixtape Title: The Shortcomings Of A King
Official visuals for “Capitol” featuring 2 Chainz. The Stoned Immaculate is out now on iTunes.
Return of the winners circle.
In what Curren$y describes as his “first studio album,” he didn’t disappoint. It’s still the same ‘Spitta’ … same lazy but deliberate flow with captivating wordplay, same content … but the sound seems bigger, perfected. It’s like all the mix tapes and street albums led to this one point for Curren$y to give fans his craft perfected.
Credit should be given where credit is due. Curren$y crafted his lane and stayed in it; nobody is doing it better right now. To simply call it “weed rap” would be a smack in the face to ‘Spitta’ so we’ll call it Cannabis Rap Excellence. He uses weed as a gateway to speaking on his own desires, goals and dreams. It also helps that the album goes so perfectly with lighting one up (at this point weed and Curren$y projects go hand-in-hand, call it synchronization).
Pharrell (“Chasin’ Papers”), Wiz Khalifa (“Jet Life” ft. Big K.R.I.T and “No Squares”), 2 Chainz (“Capitol”) … those are the standout features and they all add to the album’s quality; bringing their own style while meshing with Curren$y’s.
Die-hard fans will be pleased with The Stoned Immaculate and new listeners will find tracks to bump. I’m excited to see the J.E.T.S brand continue to expand (especially with the development of Young Roddy as an artist). “N*ggas is beast hype, tryna be like, what we write .. Ain’t nuthin but that JET Life.”