Dej Loaf links up with Detroit star Big Sean as she drops what looks to be a new single titled “Back Up.” Dej Loaf has actually been rather consistent lately with her verses, I was skeptical after “Try Me,” dropped but she is headed in the right direction. Hit the jump for the stream.
Big Sean’s album, Dark Sky Paradise, is out now! Watch the music video for “Play No Games” above. RESPECT: YARDIE
Budweiser’s Made In America Festival Line-Up was just revealed as Beyonce & The Weeknd will be headlining. Other acts on the bill include Big Sean, Meek Mill, DJ Mustard, G-Eazy, A Trak, Nick Jonas and much more. Tickets go on sale Monday at noon. Are you going?!?!
Trust me, I’m highly appreciative that we got not only “All Your Fault” featuring Kanye and now “I Know” featuring Jhene Aiko, but my NIGGA? Can we get “Play No Games?”
Wasn’t expecting this. Sean and Yeezy give us the visual to “All Your Fault.” Im STILL waiting for “Play No Games.”
One Man. Many Dreams. Dedicated to his late grandmother, Mildred V. Leonard, who was one of the first black captains in World War II, Big Sean takes to the podium and keeps the faith in his uplifting visual. His Dark Sky Paradise is available here.
For The Children. If you build it, they will come. And with the support of Adidas, Big Sean built a recording studio at his former high school, Cass Tech, in Detroit. That’s a G.O.O.D. look. What does Infinite Possibilities look like? For Big Sean it’s going back to Detroit where he first imagined a life in music. Big Sean returns to his high school, Cass Tech, to build a recording studio and inspire the imaginations of a new creative class. […]
Summer Madness. Before Met Life Stadium turned into a war zone, the venue hosted Hot 97’s annual Summer Jam concert. The event was streamed on TIDAL and featured damn near the entire rap game. If you couldn’t make it out, here’s a recap courtesy of Hot Nine.
Young Madonna, Mixin With Rihanna. Future’s back to fuck up more commas. As the single continues to heat up, Future Hendrix is on his recount with Rozay and Sean Don. Fuck a money counter, boy.
Opening acts on the 39-city tour to include Stevie Stone, Cool Nutz, and Nessasary Hip-Hop icon E-40 announced today he will headline his national “Choices” Tour starting in May, with rising stars Stevie St...