Los - "Versace" Freestyle | Music Video


Bad Boy signee Los was one of the first crop of rappers to take on Migos' Drake assisted hit "Versace." Taking things a bit further, the Baltimore hailing emcee presents a visual representation of his freestyle on the contemporary ode to the acclaimed Italian fashion brand. Read more

Machine Gun Kelly honours Eminem at Detroit show [Video]


Performing at St. Andrews Hall, Detroit two nights ago, Machine Gun Kelly decided to lyrically toast the City's finest rap export - Eminem. Taking time out during the afternoon of the show to join the fans on the steps of St. Andrews Hall queuing early to see him, MGK [accompanied by two guitarists] met with fans and spat an acoustic version of Eminem's "Lose Yourself." Read more

Chinx Drugz f/ French Montana, Rick Ross, Diddy - "I'm A Coke Boy" (Remix) | Music Video

"Coulda been a pilot, coulda been a doctor, coulda been a pimp, coulda been a mobster." These are just a few things Queens, NY rapper Chinx Drugz and the rest of the clique could have been - but instead, according to French Montana, they chose to be Coke Boys. Read more

Black Rob previews new mixtape 'Genuine Article'


Remember Black Rob? Bad Boy's ultimate bad boy, with some serious artillery when it came to rap. Returning to speakers with the new mixtape Genuine Article, BR gives fans a taster in the form of an array of dope snippets. Read more

Brandy f/ French Montana - "Can You Hear Me Now" (Remix) | New Music


Taken from her new album Two Eleven, Brandy's "Can You Hear Me Now" gets the remix treatment with a little help from Bad Boy Records' French Montana.

Spitting similar lines to the ones heard by The Notorious B.I.G. on R. Kelly's "(You To Be) Be Happy", French Montana drops a few bars but in reality it's all about Brandy being back on top form with this one. Sticking with the original instrumental - produced by Rico Love - the atmospherically futuristic backdrop and calming vocals should be enough to earn Brandy a few new listener's - especially once it touches street corners everywhere thanks in part to Frenchie's current popularity.

In related news, French Montana's much delayed debut album Excuse My French is now slated for a July 17th release. So until then fans can gobble this one up and look out for more remixes and features in the coming months as part of the album's promotional run.

Take a listen to the track below.


Red Cafe f/ Trey Songz, Fabolous - "Fully Loaded" | Music Video


Taken from his latest mixtape American Psycho, Red Cafe drop a sexy visual for "Fully Loaded," featuring New York native Fabolous and Mr. Panty Droppa himself, Trey Songz. Read more

Peter Jackson f/ Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch, Vado - "Can't Get Enough" | New Music

The LOX are back, sort of. The trio of Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch get together with fellow New Yorker Vado for Peter Jackson's single "Can't Get Enough" from the latter's new album Fresh Start. Read more

Ne-Yo f/ French Montana - "Let Me Love You (Remix)" | New Music

Ne-Yo's latest release is a remix of "Let Me Love You," a standout track off of his album R.E.D. which released on October 31st. The remix, produced by Rico Love, features a verse from Bad Boy's French Montana. Read more

Machine Gun Kelly f/ DMX - "D3mons" | New Music

With the release of Machine Gun Kelly's debut album Lace Up due out next week, a eagerly anticipated collaborative track with DMX titled "D3mons" has arrived.Read more

Miguel f/ Diddy & French Montana - "Adorn" (DJ Ted Smooth Remix) | New Music

I want to argue that it's blasphemy putting French Montana on Miguel's "Adorn", and that it's tantamount to sacrilege committing this outrage on the altar that is Junior M.A.F.i.A. Biggie's "Get Money", but I'm far too busy enjoying his and Puff's newest take on the RnB mega-smash.Read more

Janelle Monae talks sophomore album 'The Electric Lady' + CoverGirl campaign [Video]

Inspirational star Janelle Monae takes a moment to discuss her upcoming sophomore album, The Electric Lady, at a recent Nokia Music Social Media Week event in Los Angeles; also sharing her perspective on joining CoverGirl cosmetics as its newest face and spokeswoman. Read more

Rockie Fresh talks choosing MMG over Bad Boy [Video]

Maybach Music Group's latest signee and Chi-town native, Rockie Fresh chops it up with Justin Credible as the pair talk about why he chose MMG over Bad Boy - "I just wanted to be part of a new movement and really be a part of making history in the long run" - and his thoughts on Rick Ross reportedly calling him the best hook writer he's ever seen. Read more

French Montana - 'Mac & Cheese 3' [Mixtape] | Cover Art

Coke Boy-turned-Bad Boy French Montana unveils the cover art to his latest. delectably-titled mixtape, Mac & Cheese 3. Read more

Red Café f/ Young Jeezy - "Champagne For The Pain" | New Music

If New York had a "trap" scene (you could probably argue the case given the regional blurring in hip-hop in the past decade, but that's besides the point), Red Café would certainly be a part of it. As advertised in the last few of his music videos, the rugged Brooklyn-bred, Bad Boy-signed spitter debuts his new single, "Champagne For The Pain", which features the trap rap juggernaut outta Atlanta, Young Jeezy.

The song pretty much does what it says on the tin; offering up soundtrack material for the clubs, where champagne (and lots of it) cures the pains of everyday life. Funkmaster Flex premiered the track moments ago, so you can stream the radio rip below. Stay tuned for Red's next project, American Psycho, coming soon.

Listen: Red Café f/ Young Jeezy - "Champagne For The Pain"

Red Café f/ Fat Trel - "Up In Here" | Music Video

Red Café continues to hover in that state of moderate relevancy as he cooks up yet more visual material from his January release, Hells Kitchen. In line after the Cory Gunz-assisted "Brinks Truck", it's the "Up In Here", cut featuring Washington D.C. bully Fat Trel, that growls and snarls in front of the camera, as its regionally-confused trap beat blasts out in the background.Read more

Shyne - "You're Welcome" (Diddy Diss) | New Music

It's no secret that rapper Shyne and his former Bad Boy boss Diddy have history. There was bad blood left between the pair when Shyne went down for 10 years in 1999 on assault and gun possession charges, while Puff was acquitted of all charges, leading to some questioning his loyalty to his artist. If you read his statement issued to XXL earlier this year, you'd have good reason to believe the pair had reonconciled. Apparently not.Read more