The black colorway to the adidas Originals YEEZY Boost 750 is expecting a Black Friday release, November 27th. Other sources report that the sneaker won’t be set for it’s hard launch until December 5th. Time will tell, official reports will be announced once it’s made.
Directed by Parris Goebel, Justin Bieber drops visuals to his latest single, ‘No Sense’, featuring Travi$ Scott. The Soundz produced track is apart of Bieber’s most recent project, Purpose.
Future drops visuals for his ‘Stick Talk’ track off one of the hottest hip-hop albums debuted this year, DS2 (Dirty Sprite 2).
Travis Scott releases visuals for his collaborative track ‘Piss On Your Grave’ with Kanye West off his latest album, Rodeo.
BBC Radio 1 welcomed Harlem’s own A$AP Rocky to perform inside the Maida Vale Studios in London where he performed his track ‘Electric Body’ from his latest album, AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP. Check out the performance for Annie Mac (without Schoolboy Q, who is featured on the original song) below:
MMG rapper, Wale, stops by Power 105.1‘s The Breakfast Club to share his thoughts on a range of topics. The DMV artist speaks on the “Black Lives Matter” movement, gay artists in the music industry, the Meek Mill and Drake beef, levels of success, new music and much more. Check out the hour long interview below and his new music video for ‘Know Me’ featuring Inglewood rapper, Skeme, after the break:
Directed by Director X, Drake releases an official music video for his summer hit, ‘Hotline Bling’. The track was produced by Nineteen85 and is a remix of D.R.A.M.‘s breakout single, ‘Cha Cha’, who recently vocalized his frustrations with the success of ‘Hotline Bling’. Feeling robbed of his first single, the emerging Virginia artist vented his thoughts via his twitter account in which the Toronto native replied to the accusations:
“You know, like in Jamaica, you’ll have a riddim and it’s like, everyone has to do a song on that. Imagine that in rap, or imagine that in R&B. Imagine if we got one beat and every single person—me, this guy, this guy, all these guys—had to do a song on that one beat. So sometimes I’ll pick a beat that’s a bit, like, sunnier, I guess is the word you used, than usual, and I just try my hand at it. And that’s kind of what ‘Hotline Bling’ was. And I loved it. It’s cool. I’ve been excited by that sort of creative process.”
Check out the video here, which is expected to be featured on his upcoming album- Views From The 6.