Snoop Dogg chopped it up with undefeated champ Floyd Mayweather before his big money fight. Floyd discusses the unique challenges that the younger, versatile McGregor might present, the business of being an athlete and how to make money that lasts for generations, why strip clubs make great investments, how much he thinks about sex while training for a fight, and his lifelong abstinence from drugs and alcohol.
DivaFly AKA R. Danette Johnson describes her work as “Musical Poetry.” The multitalented, and classically trained pianist has been playing a variety instruments for 4 decades. With roots are in the church, DivaFly blends several genres spanning from gospel, classical, funk and more to create something truly unique and unpredictable. Check out her latest work, the instrumental “Million $ Cello,” and enjoy something a little different.
Chris Harris from Topgear gets one day to explore the many talents of the 1,479bhp 261mph Bugatti Chiron. What would you do if you had one day with the Bugatti Chiron?
Producer Dr.G linked up with Trev Rich (Cash Money Records) Rec Ali & Rap P (QB) And Chox Mak for this super smooth, slightly retro feeling track. The MC’s who each rep different parts of the country all detail their survival stories from the block over a soulful backdrop and some sharp cuts. Enjoy!
There was once a young skateboarder in Brazil named Dwayne Fagundes. Dwayne dreamed of going to the USA in search of plazas and skating with his DGK brothers. While on his way to the states, Dwayne had one bad run-in with the police and they shipped him right back to Brazil. Dwayne turned that negative into a positive and kept it moving in the streets of South America.
The Floozies have returned with a new song and video “Don’t Give Up On Me.” This one is dope, it’s a departure from what we’ve come to expect from The Floozies featuring more singing than usual, but it’s still nice and funky and has solid drop for the bass heads. We’re excited to see what else they have in store!
Clearly they should have just hopped up on the centre divider, but that’s for them to contemplate while in the hospital. Even kids their age should have been aware that they were parked in a dangerous place.
Chicago rapper Towkio recently announced that he signed with Rick Rubin’s American Recordings/Republic Records label where he’ll be releasing his debut album later in 2017. He just dropped the second single and video for “Hot Shit,” a poppy track that’s still dope, with a fun video. We have a feeling we’ll be hearing a lot of this one in the coming months. Enjoy!
Boonie Mayfield made major waves on the internet under his former name Boon Doc by cooking up super hot beats from scratch and putting them on YouTube way before every producer was doing that. Since then he’s released a ton of dope beat tapes, songs, videos, and more under a variety of names, but with consistent quality. He’s back with Boondocumented Vol.3, a super smooth 48 track tape that showcases Boonie’s unique blend of neo-soul, hip hop and other elements. If you’re a beat head, show this underrated producer some love and check out Boondocumented Vol. 3 on Spotify and other major outlets. Thank us later.
Goldlink is one of our favorite artists to come up in the past few years. With his super smooth flow and impeccable independent hustle he recently earned himself a gold record for his single “Crew,” off his latest album At What Cost. Link is now out touring the album around the country. Check out the tour dates below and don’t miss Goldlink in your city!
Action Bronson has been resurfacing lately, and now he’s back with the Rick Ross assisted “9-24-7000,” the latest single of his upcoming project Blue Chips 7000 set for release this Friday, August 25th. They didn’t reinvent the wheel here but the track is smooth. Enjoy!
Is there someone looking over your shoulder right now? Find yourself a safe place and hit play to watch two boulders bounce around in yoga pants! Track: Say Less” Dillion Francis ft G-Eazy
After watching his 13th album 4:44 go platinum, JAY-Z will bring his newly-crowned opus on the road as part of his 4:44 Tour. Slated to launch Oct. 27 in Anaheim, CA., JAY-Z will embark on a 31-city trek nationwide. Hov’s journey will find him in our favorite cities including Denver, Portland, and of course, his hometown, Brooklyn. Then, he’ll wrap things up right before the holidays with a Dec. 21 gig at The Forum in Los Angeles.