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We are confused, but kind of love every second of this. Twitter user @theDynamics spotted this link which looks like it is linked to Kanye West’s label, so we are assuming it is the promo version? Word is that ‘Black Skinhead’ will be the first single on Yeezus which makes sense given the great boost it received in the ‘King of Wall Street’ trailer. Click on the image to see the video or click HERE.
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Kanye recently released the radio version of his song ‘Black Skinhead’ and today he liberates the video for the track. Continuing his black and white trend, Ye goes for a simple visual with some racially-charged themes. As always, the video finds Kanye tapping into his creativity for something as equally unique as music. Press play.
Just when you thought that you had heard everything regarding LeBron James infamous ESPN special called, “The Decision”, this little tidbit from Courtney Cox of BroJackson.com comes to light.
At the time of the much-publicized special, Cox was 22-years old and was working at ESPN as a studio stage manager.
Apparently, rapper Kanye West decided to attend the event in person and...
Kanye West has a history of doing odd things in places no one expects him to be — just ask Taylor Swift. So when millions tuned in to hear LeBron James‘ decision and where he would be spending the next stint of his career in July 2010, West was there but not in the way you would expect.
Instead of the grabbing microphones or saying things that make Mike Myers very uncomfortable...
Hit-Boy garners a lot of comparisons to Kanye West due to both his production and rapping, and tackling Ye’s ‘New Slaves’ beat will only add fuel to the fire. The HS87 team leader does exactly that and adds his own flare via ‘New Chains’. Check in below. I actually think this is pretty dope.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Even if he still can't feel his hand, Michael Tysver still wants Cody Clark to feel the noise.
So he'll stick one bud in his ear and the other in Cody's. Then he'll turn on the player and crank it up, just like old times, good times, when they'd sit in the car and sing along at the top of their lungs.
"A bunch of different songs,"...
Well, this was just inevitable, wasn’t it?
LeBron James has officially gotten into the rap game, folks. On Tuesday, King James posted two pieces of audio to his Instagram account, using the hashtag #ButImNotARapper with each. According to James, the seconds-long clips are sneak peaks, apparently of the same track, clearly hinting at something bigger.
The song obviously samples...
On Tuesday, 2x NBA champ LeBron James gave a short 2-part preview using Instagram video of his rapping skills as he rhymed over Jay-Z & Kanye West’s hit “Ni**as in Paris.” It’s very short, so here’s to hoping he puts out a Part 3.