Drake continues to support his friends’ shows across North America. Wiz Khalifa and friends made a stop at the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto last night for their Under The Influence Of Music tour where he decided to bring out Drizzy to surprise the audience. Watch him perform ‘Trophies’ and ‘Started From The Bottom’ before the home crowd below.
J. Cole brought his Dollar & A Dream tour to Los Angeles last night where he performed two, back to back sold out shows. He had huge surprises for the crowd as he brought out Drake during the first show who performed ’0 to 100′, ‘Worst Behavior’ and ‘Trophies’. Kendrick Lamar was the guest during the second show who sent the fans into a frenzy with ‘Backseat Freestyle’. Watch some fan captured footage below.
July 24th, 2014 by Navjosh
Common appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to perform a couple of tracks from his new album Nobody’s Smiling. He first hit the stage with Vince Staples to perform ‘Kingdom’ and then invited Jhene Aiko to rock ‘Blak Majik’. Watch the footage below.
Previously: Common – ‘City To City’ (Target Bonus)
Tinashe is celebrating the success of her single ’2 On’ which is now the #1 single on Rhythmic radio. And on the same day, she appears on the Wendy Williams show to perform the smash which is the first taste of her forthcoming debut album Aquarius, coming soon.
July 20th, 2014 by JayHolz
Queens’ own Prodigy and Havoc, better known as Mobb Deep, is one of hip-hop’s longest-tenured duos, but for some reason has never performed at Queensbridge Park in their hometown of Queensbridge. During their 30-minute set, another NY native Papoose joined the Mobb on stage for an improtu freestyle. You would’ve thought that Prodigy and Havoc have performed here by now.
Check out the footage from their set below.
J. Cole is doing his die hard fans justice with the 2nd annual Dollar & A Dream tour, where the Fayeteville MC will be performing hit records from his classic mixtape The Warm Up. His latest stop was in South Beach and Cole brought out Trey Songz to perform their dope collab “Can’t Get Enough” from his debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story. So dope!
Check out some footage from the performance after the break.