NYC’s Ron So Quiet of SoQuiet Inc is back from traveling with a new single and declaration. No more dishes! If you didn’t know, Ron So Quiet is a culinary artisan as well. Watch him heat up!
It was only a matter of time before Twitter/IG started another trend, luckily it didn’t consist of swallowing cinnamon or pouring ice cold water on yourself.
Freebandz artist, Zoey Dollaz took a stab at the hashtag trend which was a quick minute freestyle to Monica‘s song “So Gone” and killed it completely. After witnessing Chance The Rapper and his brother kick verse about their significant others, Zoey stepped outside the box and instead of rapping about something dear to him, told a story that had everyone on Instagram commenting and demanding for more parts to the fatal story of “Nicki”.
In the 4-piece freestyle posted on his Instagram, “Nicki”, who could possibly be a reflection of the many women on South Beach who are a sucker for love.. and then get played. Fell victim to the game. She started dating dude, falls in love, but it was just temporary lust for the male subject. When he moves on, like most girls who want revenge, they seek the ultimate piece of the pie; a child. What ends up happening is something you would see on an episode of Empire. Check his freestyle out and be sure to follow him on the ‘gram. Hopefully these random trends keep coming so we can continue to hear some sick freestyles from our favorite artists.
Audio Push gets ready for the release of their new album 90951 on September 23 with the first single from the project called Spread Love with Eric Choice.
MTV News followed Future on his previous Purple Reign tour and produced this new documentary Future’s Reign that documents his meteoric rise and work ethic. The Freebandz general talks about balancing success with happiness, not being able to be there for his family at times because of his schedule, and his kids and how they motivate him.
Kicking off their High Road Tour in West Palm Beach, Florida, Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg had the venue in the clouds. Even though the venue was an outdoor amphitheater, somehow they managed to form the thickest cloud of Mary Jane the city has seen. LA’s very own Casey Veggies opened up the show around 6:30pm where I unfortunately missed his set. I’ve seen Casey open up for Big Sean and he’s def a dope act you’ll want to arrive early for. The beautiful Twenty88 singer, Jhene Aiko followed up by performing her joints off of her debut album Souled Out and some classics off her mixtapes. I’ve been supporting her since she was discovered by Chris Stokes during the B2K phase and I swear she knows it. Everyone was too high to stand up and scream the words to her songs but I wasn’t. She made a point to point me out and say whats up which therefore made it even more live for me to continue screaming her lyrics about f*ck boys and the high life. I LOST MY MIND.
I had to have been the only person who knew every word and ad-lib (I’m the biggest Sean fan ever FYI). Kevin Gates went on maybe around 8:30pm and unfortunately I don’t follow with his music as much, besides for the joints I’ve heard on the radio. What I couldn’t get over was the fact he came out in socks and slides like a real G would. Snoop Dogg opened up the collaborative headlining stage coming out to nothing but a cloud of smoke while smoking and going right into his classic hits. Once he performed one song he’d walk off, where Wiz would have his grand entrance and get into “Bake Sale”. He performed maybe 2-3 songs then Snoop would come back out and so forth. It reminded me a lot of when Jay-Z and Kanye West went on the Watch The Throne tour where it was constant switch offs and collaborations together. The highlight however was the portion of the show where they actually had a stage set up where the grassy field was where fans probably only paid 20-40$ to cram up in. Oh, and the enormous sized RAW paper joint they threw in the crowd so that everyone could “hit what we smoking”. “Puff and Pass” was more of a “Grab and Throw” game. Nonetheless, it was an awesome show and everyone enjoyed themselves. Check out our little recap and be sure to catch them when they’re in your city!
T.I shows his rapping prowess as he takes on police brutality and injustice in America on the new track We Will Not. The issue of Police accountability needs more attention. Produced by Mars of 1500 or Nothin and Mike & Keys.