Sean “Diddy” Combs rose to mainstream fame in the late 1990s rapping about his desire for Benjamins, otherwise known as $100 bills. A decade and a half later, he might need to consider some larger denominations—McKinleys, Clevelands and Madisons, perhaps—to express his wealth.
50 Cent drops the video for his latest single ‘We Up’ featuring Kendrick Lamar, (What happened to Kidd Kidd?). This will be on his upcoming album Street King Immortal which drops later on this year. Is 50 back?
Kendrick Lamar and his Black Hippy brothers of Jay Rock, Ab-Soul and the bucket hatted, ScHoolboy Q will sell out your city twice in one night. K.Dot and the TDE team delivered 2 full sell-out shows presented by Hot 97 and hosted by Pete Rosenberg at New York City’s Roseland Ballroom. Kendrick killed the crowd and was for the most part a one man show, running through some of his early material and much of his recent album, good kid M.A.A.D. city. The second show for the night turnt up with the surprise appearances of A$AP Rocky for a performance of “F*ckin Problems” and 50 Cent and Tony Yayo for “We Up”.
After dropping the video preview, 50 drops his newest single ‘We Up’ featuring Kendrick Lamar & Kidd Kidd.