DJ Premier, DJ Khaled, and DJ Mustard will bring together 50 tracks (+ 6 originals) to the largest 2K soundtrack yet. I love hearing all the new stops the NBA 2K franchise pulls out for their annual release and between these three and Spike Lee, they continue to keep things fresh. Definitely lookin’ forward to Premier’s picks the most, but that’s just me.
Last night at Big Sean’s Grammy Weekend set at the HoB Sunset, the stars were out and it was Kanye who took over the headlines. He called out Nike real quick up above saying, “Y’all should thank Nike because they made me make these songs right here,” West says before performing ‘New Slaves'”.
Also partaking as part of Big Sean’s set was Travi$ Scott, Justin Bieber, Ty Dolla $ign, Chris Brown, Tyga, YG and DJ Mustard for “IDFWU”. And as you can tell in the photo below too, J. Lo, J. Cole, and the Jenners were at the show too.
Finally, be sure to also peep an entertaining video of Kanye letting an aspiring rapper spit some bars to him last night. Love that guy’s thankful reaction at the very end, haha.
Beyonce’s club dance anthem “7/11” gets a high-octane west coast flip by none other than DJ Mustard. If you like those synths on “IDFWU”, you’ll probably like this.
Wiz returns with his latest video from ‘Blacc Hollywood‘ — the DJ Mustard produced “You And Your Friends”. The reveal of the colorful background at the end actually made me laugh so watch this one all the way through.
YG & DJ Mustard were upset about the Best Rap Album nominee snub and put out a new release to keep it movin’. Here’s “2015 Flow”.
Who is YG unseating though from these nominees? Whether it’s name, quality, or buzz, I feel like the artists that did get the nod deserve it over YG from a national perspective. I’m also sharing the award show perspective that Iggy Azalea’s album is hip hop and not pop, so there is a case there. I digress…