WATCH: “Rap Quotes” Street Art Project by Jay Shells
Pretty dope idea. Jay Shells tracks the streets mentioned in rhymes, goes to the spot and adds a little street art in the form of a sign. Hopefully this project becomes bigger in the future.
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Class is in session. A sexy Eve roamed the halls of high school once again in the video for “Make It Out This Town,” the second single off her upcoming album Lip Lock. The Philly femcee shot scenes in front of the lockers with her co-star, Gabe Saporta, who is featured on the overcoming-the-odds anthem.
The Cobra Starship frontman played a professor in a classroom, while Eve channeled her inner Jessica Rabbit while shooting against a green screen.
“Me @GabrielSaporta had a great time shooting this 1,” tweeted E-V-E, whose first album in a decade is due May 14.
The Game doesn’t have much real estate left on his body because he’s just added three more tattoos. The Compton rapper made another visit to his favorite tattoo artists, Kat Von D and Peter Koskela, to add some new ink to his body.
He paid homage to his mentor Dr. Dre by putting the cover of The Chronic on the right side of his stomach. On the left side, he inked the cover art for his 2005 debut TheDocumentary, which features his son Harlem.
“Gettin ‘THE CHRONIC’ album tatted on the stomach… OUCH ! But when I think about what this album did for my city… The pain disappears. That’s Life,” tweeted Game, who was under the needle for hours.
Kanye West and Alicia Keys lent their voices to “12.12.12: The Concert for Sandy Relief” at Madison Square Garden in New York on Wednesday. Sporting a Pyrex hoodie and leather kilt, Yeezy performed over 10 songs including “Mercy,” “Clique,” “Power,” “Jesus Walks,” “All of the Lights,” “Diamonds,” “Gold Digger,” and “Runaway,” closing with “Stronger.”
“I got friends that was displaced ’cause of Hurricane Sandy that I let stay in my place so this is an emotional evening for us,” he said after “Touch the Sky.