In this episode of 97 Seconds, Usher reflects on growing up in Atlanta, working with Diddy and Jermaine Dupri, and the the show that meant the most to him.
Wiz Khalifa drops off another new DayToday episode and he continues introducing viewers to the Taylors.
On the newest episode of K.R.I.T.S. The Making Of Cadillactica we get an inside look at how the Soul Food record with Raphael Saadiq was created.
The Fader pulls up some footage from Cole’s Dollar & Dream tour during the L.A. stop last Summer for their latest episode of Earlier That Day. 2014 Forest Hills Drive arrives September 9th.
The first episode from Jeezy’s “Seen It All” Tour Vlog. Seen It All is in stores right now.
“Buh Bye” – Rick Ross
Rozay and MTV News team up for some fun album promo as The Boss and Mr. We The Best takeover the offices of MTV for the day. That’s the quietest I’ve ever seen DJ Khaled. Hood Billionaire drops next week.
While Neyo or the rest of the world can pinpoint what is and isn’t a hit, the R&B Triple Threat knows what a hit is to HIM. The singer recalls meeting Stargate for the first time and knowing within 10 seconds of hearing “So Sick” that it would be something the world would love. He goes on to explain how it took him 33 minutes to do the entire song: 3 minutes to write and 30 to record it. Non-Fiction drops in January.
Wiz Khalifa is back with his latest episode of “DayToday: Cuttin The F Up”. This episode has Wiz performing at his shows, shooting music videos and greeting fans. Cameos can be seen from Young Thug, Ab-Soul, Ca$h Out, DJ Drama & more.
Future continues to promote his new mixtape “Monster” by dropping off episode 3 of his vlog series.
300 Ringleader, Lyor Cohen slipped down to ATL to pay a visit to some of his 300 signees to check what was going on in their worlds. Appearances from Migos, OG Maco, Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, T.I., Waka Flocka and others.