Check out the official music video for Jae Millz‘ “I’ll Make It Up To You” song above. The visual was directed by Jay Copa and the song can be found on Jae‘s Property Of Potentness 2 mixtape!
Drake has announced the lineup for his 4th annual OVO Festival, which will take place over two days at the Molson Amphitheater in his hometown Toronto, Canada on August 4th – 5th.
The first day will include sets from Frank Ocean and James Blake. The second day will include a performance from the headliner himself, Drizzy Drake, plus special guests who will come out to perform with him.
Tickets for this year’s OVO Fest will go on sale May 24th.
In the video above, you can watch Torion Sellers pay a visit to the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem in New York City to talk to the kids about bullying. He also performs “Smile” and “Brown Eyes” before leaving the club.
After the jump below, you can watch Torion stop by Apple Montessori School in Hoboken, New Jersey. He chilled with the kids for arts and craft day and even helped a girl named Olivia with her work.
Here are two new songs from JaSoRude that both feature Flow and were both produced by Mainatracktion Productions.
The first track is called “24 Hour” and the second track, which also features Chedda Man, is called “Mission“.
You can stream both records after the jump below.
Above, you can watch episode 3 of Tyga‘s “A King’s Life” vlog.
During the clip, T-Raww can be seen wishing his girlfriend Blac Chyna a happy birthday, performing live on his “Hotel California” European tour in Germany, signing autographs for fans, sledging on ice, and more.
Click here to watch episode 2 of “A King’s Life“!
Haitian Fresh releases a new song off his upcoming mixtape, Beast Mode, due to drop on May 18th. The track, which is called “Stars & Stripes“, features Shanell and Wyclef Jean.
You can stream and download “Stars & Stripes” after the jump below.
PJ Morton uploads a new video to celebrate his studio album, New Orleans, being released in stores today. The clip includes both old and new footage of PJ‘s childhood, working in the studio, buying music at a record store, and more.
Don’t forget to show your support and purchase Morton‘s New Orleans album if you haven’t already done so!