Tear gas and Clashes at Democracy Protest Against China
Residents in Hong Kong are in the streets protesting the Chinese
government's decision to make the former British colony more
authoritarian, and now police are shooting tear gas at the protestors
standing up for their rights.
Skateboard P gets animated for this latest music video off of his successful solo album G I R L, following up his last clip "Come Get It Bae." While it's a quasi-take on a Japanese video game, the Far East-inspired set of visuals have nothing on P's upcoming epic role in NBA 2K15.
Birdman, Young Thug, & Rich Homie Quan Drop ‘Rich Gang’ Mixtape, Announce Tour
In celebration of their upcoming tour, Birdman, Young Thug, and Rich Homie Quan deliver the first installment of their mixtape Rich Gang: The Tour. The project boasts 20 tracks with production from London on Da Track.
“The Lifestyle Tour” will kick off November 1 in Shreveport, LA, and make its way to New Orleans, Memphis, Atlanta, and Miami throughout the month.
“I feel like this is one of the best things I’ve ever done,” said Young Thug. “I thank God first and foremost. There’s an element that this tour and mixtape will be gigantic. I just clicked with Birdman because I always dreamed of being down with him in some way. This is just the beginning though.”
Later this fall, Cash Money will release the second Rich Gang album, which finds Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan collaborating with other artists on the YMCMB roster.
Rich Homie Quan’s father was shot during an attempted robbery in Atlanta on Monday morning.
According to TMZ, Quan’s dad, Corey Lamar, was in the barber shop he owns when someone tried to rob the place. During the incident, the robber(s) opened fire and Lamar was hit four times, according to Quan’s rep.
He was rushed to the hospital and taken into surgery. He is in critical condition, but expected to survive.
The “Lifestyle” rapper is currently at the hospital and waiting for his father to get out of surgery.
Earlier today, Quan dropped the Rich Gang mixtape with Birdman and Young Thug, and will head out on tour this November.
With a top 25 hit already under her belt, Tinashe keeps the momentum going with her Detail-produced single “Pretend” featuring A$AP Rocky.
In the dark and mysterious video, the L.A. songstress discovers that her lover is cheating on her and exacts revenge with some help from Pretty Flacko. The cinematic clip, which was shot in L.A., includes breathtaking shots of Tinashe and nature.
Aquarius arrives October 7 featuring the ScHoolboy Q-assisted hit “2 On,” with contributions from Boi-1da, DJ Mustard, Mike WiLL Made-It, and Future.
Mila J bands together with her besties in the video for her DJ Mustard-produced “My Main” featuring Ty Dolla $ign. The L.A. singer and her girls play sexy bartenders who work at Club Main in the dance-heavy clip, inspired by the 2000 film Coyote Ugly. They put on a show for the male patrons on top of the bar, busting out some fierce moves, and serving up drinks.
Mila is readying her EP M.I.L.A. featuring the single “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up,” and appearances from B.o.B and Problem.