USA Network has picked up to series its hourlong pilot Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.. The scripted true-crime drama, which chronicles the two major police investigations into the murders of Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace aka The Notorious B.I.G. is scheduled to air in the first quarter of 2018.
Curren$y tells us about his custom paint job on his 1964 Chevy Impala.
Curren$y brings us the second car vlog. Hear him reminisce on his 1965 Chevy Impala.
Curren$y discusses purchasing his first car, a 1984 Chevy Monte Carlo SS. Video shot at his ‘Street Customs’ shop. watch video above.
Everyone who knows about Curren$y, knows he has a love for vintage cars. See what he has to say above.
Future shares thoughts on the creation of “Real Sisters” and “Kno The Meaning”.
Future delivers the third installment of his track-by-track breakdown of DS2. Today the tracks are “Rich $ex”, “Blood On The Money”, “Trap Niggas” and “The Percocet & Stripper Joint” Check it out above.
Future delivers the third installment of his track-by-track breakdown of DS2. Today the tracks are ‘Rotation’, ‘Slave Master’, ‘Blow A Bag’ and ‘Colossal’. See what he has to say above.
Future’s back with yet another audio commentary providing insight on “Groupies,” “Lil One,” “Stick Talk” and “Freak Ho”. It’s always great to hear from this extraordinary artist.
Future’s DS2 is pretty much on replay everywhere and now he gives us a breakdown on the unconventional development process DJ Esco and and Metro Boomin contributed to create such a masterpiece. The audio commentary touches base on the real thought behind the music, how it not just about sipping’ it’s about a lifestyle, it’s about how the music can make you feel. Listen to the explanatory analysis of “Thought It Was A Drought,” “I Serve The Base,” and “Where Ya At” above.
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