This past week, Shanell and Chanel West Coast shot a music video for their “Hittin’ Like” collaboration that can be found on the Young Money: Rise Of An Empire compilation, available in stores now.
Their Young Money label-mates Mack Maine and Lil Twist also showed up on set of the video shoot, which you can see in the photos below!
Mack Maine releases a dope track off his forthcoming mixtape, Food For Thought, that was produced by Hitmakers.
The song is called “Ethan Couch“, and if you don’t know who Ethan is, he is a 16-year-old kid that killed four people while drink driving and didn’t get sentenced to prison.
You can listen to the Young Money President‘s “Ethan Couch” record after the jump below!
Before spitting a freestyle on PNC Radio’s “The Commission” show, Cory Gunz also chopped it up with DJ Zeke, LowKey and Amira Mahmoud for an interview.
During the conversation, the YM Gunna spoke on his upcoming Kriminal Minded EP, the G-Unit reunion, his father Peter Gunz on the “Love & Hip Hop” TV show, if he would shoot a “Son Of A Gun 2″ reality show, an upcoming mixtape called Timbs & Hoodies, wanting to work with Eminem, his relationship with Lil Wayne and YMCMB, wanting to tour with Drake, being a Limp Bizkit fan, and more!
You can listen to the interview in the clip above!
After a couple of videos surfaced online this week that shows Justin Bieber being racist, Mack Maine confirms to TMZ that him and his YMCMB family are still cool with Bieber and will continue to work with him.
Lil Wayne, Birdman and the rest of the Young Money Entertainment crew are not abandoning Justin Bieber in the wake of the latest racist video to surface… telling TMZ that Bieber is still family.
Young Money Prez Mack Maine tells TMZ… everyone on the label has interacted with Bieber extensively and there has not been a hint of racism on Justin’s part. Mack Maine says the majority of Justin’s crew is black, and “Bieber does not have a slave mentality. He treats his people with respect.”
Mack Maine says Justin has “legitimately adopted the culture of the hip hop, African American culture.”
And Mack Maine says everyone in the Young Money camp believes Bieber’s age at the time he recorded the song is highly relevant. Mack Maine confessed: “I remember telling a white man, Chinese man, Black man joke as a kid that was terrible and I told it to my friends because I thought they’d think it was funny.”
Mack Maine says that joke was as offensive as Bieber’s, and the difference is simply he didn’t get caught. For all these reasons, Mack Maine says Young Money will continue to work with Bieber.
Check out the official music video for Cory Gunz‘ “Feelat’” song featuring Mack Maine below.
The visual was directed by Street Heat Films and the track can be found on the Gunna‘s mixtape, Datz WTF I’m Talkin’ ‘Bout.
Click here to view some behind the scenes footage from the “Feelat’” video shoot!
Check out the official music video for JaSoRude‘s “Dope” single featuring Flow above.
The visual, which was shot in New Orleans on March 30th, was directed by Kevin Davis and includes cameos from Mack Maine, Chanel West Coast, Fee Banks, Slim Boogie, Bonka, 12, and YoYo.
Click here to view some photos from on set of the “Dope” video shoot!
Check out the official music video for Mack Maine and Hollygrove Mikey‘s freestyle over Jay-Z’s “Open Letter” track above.
The visual was directed by Grind Life Films and the song, which you download here, will appear on the Young Money President‘s upcoming mixtape titled Food For Thought.