While the youngsters rap about Molly and other designer drugs, 35-year-old 2 Chainz prefers glorifying the drug that crippled his community–“Crack.” In the video, the Atlanta rapper finds himself in a grimy warehouse, accompanied by two lovely broads, a Mystique look-a-like and a girl determined to be a “Dead End” sign. Read More
Despite “Harlem Shake” being the latest ridiculous viral sensation, Diplo hopes to revive PSY’s “Gangnam Style” with a fresh remix. 2 Chainz and Tyga contribute surpsingly memorable verses. Read More
Trinidad James hosts an Atlanta reunion of sorts in the video for the remix of his viral hit, “All Gold Everything.” T.I., Young Jeezy and 2 Chainz drop verses and promote their respective cliques in the budding rapper’s video. They also flaunt enough Gold to feed the hungry for years. Read More
“Ali Bomaye” is a solid, bass-heavy record by Game, featuring 2 Chainz & Rick Ross and lifted from the deluxe edition of his latest album, Jesus Piece.
The Black Metaphor production is inspired by the film, Ali, and titled in reference to Muhamaad Ali’s 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” fight against George Foreman in Congo where the natives heckled “Ali Bomaye!“; which translates “Ali, kill him!”
In addition to the featured emcees, Chris Brown, DJ Khaled and French Montana shoot cameos for the video, shot in Los Angeles. Read More
It all started with Max (Kat Dennings) sleeping with a random guy at a party and ended with Caroline (Beth Behrs) singing the uplifting lyrics of “Birthday Song” with 2 Chainz on a private jet her family once owned. Earlier this week, the 36-year-old Atlanta rapper made his acting debut on CBS’s hit comedy, 2 Broke Girls. Read More
Apparently loving bad b**ches is everyone’s ‘F**kin’ Problem’ because the 2 Chainz, Drake and Kendrick Lamar-assisted song has reached the coveted top 10 of Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. ‘Problems’, lifted from A$AP Rocky’s chart-topping debut, is the Harlem rapper’s first Hot 100 top 10. Read More
Hit-Boy gives LA Leakers the OK to unleash the remix to “Fan,” a song that appeared on HITstory. On the record, Hit declares his admiration for a certain stripper. 2 Chainz adds a verse to the dedication, which is surely more entertaining on the explicit version. Read More
Stylists were in dire need at the Hip Hop Inaugural Ball II at the Harman Center for the Arts in Washington, D.C. The ball, thrown by Russell Simmons, honored MC Lyte and Doug E. Fresh with lifetime achievement awards. John Legend, Swizz Beatz and 2 Chainz also received awards.
Lil’ Mama, Yo Yo and Marsha Ambrosius were among the performances.Lance Gross, Meek Mill, Jadakiss, Tyson Beckford, Victor Cruz, Terrence J, Lala, Angela Simmons and Chrissy Teigen were also in attendance.