VAIN’s “I’m Gone,”Video was posted today on WorldStarHipHop, the number #1 Hiphop site in the world!!
VAIN’s ” I’m Gone,” Video posted along with Jay Z’s “4:44,” Video and a Flashback Friday joint from Fabolous called, “Breathe.” It also features Prodigy, who we recently lost, (R.I.P.) on Flashback Friday in, “Keak Da Sneak,” with the Alchemist,
“I’m Gone.” is a spin off of Ice Cube’s Classic Movie “Friday,” with Chris Tucker, as it depicts a bad trip on some particularly potent Chronic. You may need a double take yourself of the video just to make sure you can believe your own eyes!
You can check out, “I’m Gone,” on WSHH or below.
It’s a reeeal……trip!
As if Jay Z didn’t have enough on his hands, the hip-hop legend has just shared details on a new album, 4:44. But you won’t be able to buy it or stream it just anywhere.
The album will drop June 30 for subscribers of Sprint or Jay Z’s Tidal platform through what’s pitched as a first-of-its-kind partnership between both companies.
Chatter on a new Hov LP heated up in recent weeks, and the entrepreneur and music man threw fuel on that fire last week with a mysterious campaign which saw the numbers “4:44” and the date “6.30.17” dished up on posters and online.
The plot thickened in the hours before midnight when a teaser video appeared on Tidal. Then the big revealed happened as the clock struck twelve.
The corporate partnership behind the U.S. release is the first in a series of music exclusives, according to a joint statement, and it follows the announcement in January that Tidal sold a 33 percent stake in the company to Sprint for $200 million, giving it access to the telecom company’s 45 million customers. Outside the U.S., 4:44 will be available to stream only on Tidal for now. It’s unclear for how long the exclusive window will last, though Billboard has reached out to reps for comment.
As part of the U.S. campaign, Tidal and Sprint have pledged support to the 1Million Project, an educational initiative from Sprint and the Sprint Foundation that will assist 1 million low-income U.S. high school students who aren’t connected to the Web at home.
News on the surprise album release caps an eventful week during which Jay Z and his wife Beyonce welcomed twins and the artist was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, becoming the first rapper to achieve that honor. The new LP is the followup to 2013’s Magna Carta… Holy Grail, which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
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It has many names and just as many highs! Can you relate?
4/20 is National Smokeout Day!
Some consider it the day to celebrate smoking weed while others consider it the day to stop smoking tobacco.
VAIN commemorates this pot lovers day with his “I’m Gone,” Video which takes a spin off on the Cult Classic Friday!
VAIN takes you with him as he goes on a way out trip on some particularly potent Chronic! VAIN along with videographer/director Elroy Isaacs collaborate to give you some trippy visuals teamed right alongside some tricky cinematography, all WITHOUT the help of Green Screen, in Vain’s newest video “I’m Gone.” It’s a real Trip!
Check it out below!!
Vain is about to drop the new visual for #ImGone which is set to release TOMORROW on April 20th. More affectionately know to smokers as 420 the national smoke out day.
BUT before that drops check out this skit!!
The official visual for Vain’s single “Hello” have been running numbers since it dropped in February. Having been featured on such sites as This Is 50, Paper Chaser, The Grynd Report, Trapped Out Series, & now WORLD STAR HIP HOP!!!!!
Check the video out for yourself below:
New England Patriots star Devin McCourty became the second Super Bowl champion to declare that he will not be joining his team for a trip to meet President Donald Trump at the White House, on Monday, February 6.
Leading up to Sunday’s big game in Houston it had been anticipated that Martellus Bennett would boycott the tradition, with he and his Seattle Seahawks star brother, Michael, being two of the more politically vocal voices in the NFL. Bennett had hinted that he wouldn’t be attending during Super Bowl opening night festivities last week, and reconfirmed his position following the Patriots’ historic comeback win, stating, “It is what it is, people know how I feel about it.”
In a text message sent to Time magazine, McCourty followed suit with his tight end teammate, writing, “I’m not going to the White House … Basic reason for me is I don’t feel accepted in the White House. With the president having so many strong opinions and prejudices I believe certain people might feel accepted there while others won’t.”
It remains to be seen how Bennett and McCourty’s refusal to head to the nation’s capital might impact their standing on the team, as Patriots owner Robert Kraft, head coach Bill Belichick, and QB Tom Brady are all avid supporters of the President. Should any kind of repercussions be levied against them, the team may face a backlash from Black players around the league, considering the team brought itself to meet President Obama without its team captain in 2015, when Brady omitted himself from the White House visit.