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Torae – Get Down (Live q Coney Island Amphitheater) [Video]

Posted on September 18, 2017

"Live in my hometown of Coney Island performing one of my favs, the Pete Rock produced banger 'Get Down'." - Torae

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Watch Jay-Z’s Full Headlining Set @ Meadows Festival 2017 [Video]

Posted on September 17, 2017

Set List:

“Run This Town”
“No Church In the Wild”
“Bam” (with Damian Marley)
“Welcome to Jamrock” (with Damian Marley)
“Where I’m From”
“Marcy Me”
“Empire State of Mind”
“Family Feud”
“U Don’t Know”
“Heart of the City”
“The Story of OJ”
“Niggas In Paris”
“Izzo (HOVA)”
“Jigga My Nigga”
“Dirt Off Ya Shoulder”
“On to the Next One”
“Give It 2 Me”
“Big Pimpin”
“99 Problems”
“Hard Knock Life”
“Forever Young”

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Yo Gotti & Nicki Minaj – Rake It Up (Live On Fallon) [Video]

Posted on September 15, 2017

Yo Gotti and Nicki Minaj perform "Rake It Up" for the Tonight Show audience.

Gallant & Dua Lipa – Tears Dry On Their Own (Cover) [Video]

Posted on September 14, 2017

Gallant and Dua Lipa perform a cover version of "Tears Dry On Their Own" by Amy Winehouse. Recorded live in one take at NRG Recording Studios in Los Angeles, CA.

Watch above.

SZA – Supermodel (Live) [Video]

Posted on September 14, 2017

SZA performs an acoustic version of her "CTRL" single "Supermodel". Watch above.

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Black Thought & Statik Selektah Perform “Bird’s Eye View”, “The Imperial” & New Verse [Video]

Posted on September 11, 2017

Here's some footage of Black Thought and Statik Selektah performing live at The Blue Note NYC.

Watch the clip above.

Khalid – Young Dumb & Broke (Live On Jimmy Kimmel) [Video]

Posted on September 8, 2017

Khalid performs "Young Dumb & Broke" off his "American Teen" album on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Watch Jidenna’s Tiny Desk Concert [Video]

Posted on September 5, 2017

"Classic Man," the 2015 debut single from Nigerian-American MC Jidenna, caught everyone off guard. The song found him teetering between rapping and singing about elegance, politeness and Nat "King" Cole, and the melody felt irresistible. Then there's the look: He rocks thrift-wear tailored to a T. The song eventually went double platinum and earned a Grammy nomination. Jidenna followed it with a few more club bangers before releasing his debut album, The Chief, earlier this year. A tribute to his father, a Nigerian chief, the record is peppered with African rhythms and themes.

Jidenna and his band recently visited NPR to perform three reworked selections from The Chief. They excitedly explored every nook and cranny of the Tiny Desk in search of props, eventually settling on a toy, the magic microphone, a tambourine and a bottle of whiskey. Jidenna bounced straight through "Trampoline" to "Long Live the Chief," in which he explains why his threads are always so sharp:

You can either sink, swim or be the captain
Get the last word I'ma get the last laugh in
Now they say, "Jidenna, why you dressing so classic?"
I don't want my best-dressed day in a casket

Finally, the band pauses, glides into the arresting harmonies of "Bambi," and finishes charming the socks off the entire room.

Set List


"Long Live the Chief"


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