Watch an exclusive look behind the scenes on How The West Was Won. West coast legends like Snoop Dogg, The Game, DJ Quick, Ice Cube and many more performed at this event, all covered by our friends at Rapplug.
An excerpt from Rapplug.com. Rapplug taks us behind the scenes of visuals yet to be released. Three different locations were shot including Compton and the other two throughout the city of Los Angeles, California. Check out the positive energy flowing in the air as Breezy shows love to all who packed in to get a glimpse of the star-studded event. All in all Menace and Breezy pulled of a historical video shoot and collaborated with support from music industry folks like 93.5 KDAY’s CeCe The Mamacita, TMZ’s Raquel Harper, Compton Menaces’ MHG and our very own ToniTrapp. Cop the official single for “Put On My Niggas” on iTunes here!
In our interview, Too Shorts lets us know about this contest and who came out winning. Only in Houston.
Watch as Vevo takes you real close and personal with Future. This 18 minute film, follows Future in the studio, on tour and everything else. Let us know what you think!
Weezy took over ESPN. Following his appearance on First Take, he had to freestyle over the Sportscenter theme song. Let us if you’re team Weezy!
Noisey has released the second part of their five-part documentary which chronicles the ascension of A$AP Rocky, from home videos and interviews with friends and family, to the very first seminal moments of his career caught on tape. In part two we look around A$AP’s tour bus studio, hang out with Drake and Macklemore, and Rocky opens up about his late brother. Stay tuned for the remaining three episodes.