G-Eazy just dropped a new song and video off his upcoming album, These Things Happen. The song is titled “Let’s Get Lost,” and it features Devon Baldwin. Pre-order These Things Happen now.
Jimmy Fallon put together this amazing supercut of NBC news anchor Brian Williams rapping Snoop Dogg’s “Gin and Juice”. Who knew “B-Dubs” had skills like that?
Pharrell just dropped the video for the track “Marilyn Monroe” off his latest album, GIRL. Great song & some great booties make for a great music video.
Wiz Khalifa just dropped these visuals for the song “Smokin Drank” off his mixtape, Cabin Fever 2. The song features Problem, and the video was directed by Gregory Neiser.
This is pure brilliance. There’s no doubt that you’ve heard Pharrell’s song “Happy.” There’s also a pretty good chance you’ve seen the music video. Now watch the video without the music, because it’s awesome.
Childish Gambino gets his “groundhog day” on in his latest music video. The video is for the song Problem-assisted track, Sweatpants.
You wouldn’t think that modern day rappers would share many similarities with ancient works of art, but you would be wrong. NYC-based art historians Cecilia Azcarate and Ferdinando Verderi have created a brilliant Tumblr account that pairs rap artists alongside classic pieces of art. The mash-ups highlight fashion trends that the two parties seem to share. I guess it’s true, fashion does repeat itself.
This is pretty cool. Using Google Street View these classic album covers are meshed with the actual location they were shot in.
Anne Hathaway recently made an appearance on Jimmy Fallon, and the two decided to recreate some famous rap songs with a broadway twist.
Future dropped his new Kanye West assisted track “I Won” last night. It’s the latest single off of Future’s upcoming album Honest. I bet UConn was playing this all night.
Jay Shells continues his ongoing “Rap Quotes” project by hanging up around 20 new signs all over New York City. If you’re unfamiliar with the project, Jay Shells is an artist and hip-hop enthusiast who creates street signs featuring notable rap lyrics and then places them at the exact locations mentioned in each song. He’s already hung up over 60 signs in NYC, 45 in L.A., and he just added 20 more to the streets of the Big Apple. Jay also has plans to travel to Houston, Chicago, New Orleans and the Bay Area to hang signs as well. Check out some of the new signs below.