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Big Shug “Still Big”

Posted in 1 on October 9, 2019 by bobbybounce

And that’s that.

Gang Starr Foundation’s Big Shug is back larger than ever for his album, The Diamond Report dropping on October 25. Anchored by DJ Premier’s signature sound, the Boston O.G. brings his heavy nostalgic bars with a Guru sample for the hook. Put up or shut up.



Summer Walker Ft. Bryson Tiller “Playing Games”

Posted in 1 on October 9, 2019 by bobbybounce

No cheat codes.

Still sizzling off the release of her stellar debut, Over It, Summer Walker isn’t playing with the boys in the video for her Bryson Tiller-collaboration.

In the dark clip, she recollects in her apartment on the all her confused budding relationships. She chats on the phone with a man who’s tied and gagged, ignores another knocking at her door with flowers and uses another as a target in a game of knife throwing. In the end, Summer’s better off with a night of video games. Can we play?


Fabolous Ft. Jeremih & Davido “Choosy”

Posted in 1 on October 7, 2019 by bobbybounce

The choosen one

Fabolous may have lots of ladies to choose from, but he finds that one in this extravagant video to his new single featuring Jeremih and Davido.

Shot in the exotic West African island of Cape Verde, Loso soaks in everything Praia has to offer. As the locals show off their choreographic dance moves, Davido and Jeremih parade among some of the country’s finest women. As far as Fab, he’s locked in with his choosen lady from their romantic walk on the beach to an elegant night out overlooking the city. Choose wisely.


Rap Pioneer Jimmy Spicer Passes Away From Cancer At 61

Posted in 1 on October 4, 2019 by bobbybounce


He was 61-years-old.

It was in the summer of 2018 when Jimmy Spicer shared with the world that he was living with cancer. He asked for financial help from the public because he needed assistance in paying for his treatments. The rap pioneer was a legend in hip hop history and was one of the first artists to make a name for themselves in the genre, and although he fought the disease for as long as he could, Spicer passed away last Friday.

Beginning in the early 1980s, Spicer began releasing his singles, the most popular of which is arguably “Money (Dollar Bill Y’all).” By 1985, Russell Simmons had Spicer locked down under Rush Management and the rapper released “This Is It” / “Beat The Clock” on Def Jam Recordings. Yet, it was Spicer’s first track, the 15-minute “Adventures of Super Rhyme (Rap),” that is recognized as one of the first rap songs to utilize the art of storytelling.

Spicer’s daughter shared that her father passed away from complications linked to cancer of his lungs and brain. The rap icon was in a Brooklyn hospital when he took his last breath and Spicer is survived by his five children: four daughters and one son. Our condolences to his family and loved ones. Read through two of Spicer’s daughter’s loving messages about their father, as well as members of the rap community paying their respects, below. We’ve also inluded two of Spicer’s songs for you at the end. #RIP #OG #Legend


Cam’Ron “Believe In Flee”

Posted in 1 on October 4, 2019 by bobbybounce

Killa Season is back.

If you’re looking for some new Cam, don’t run too far. Making his return,

Cam’Ron narrates more street tales from Uptown over a cinematic beat and a soul sampled-hook. Killa!


Gang Starr Ft. J.Cole “Family & Loyalty”

Posted in 1 on October 3, 2019 by bobbybounce

Diamonds are forever.

The impact of the late Guru lives forever in Gangstarr’s new video featuring J.Cole.

Directed by Fab 5 Freddy, the nostalgic video begins with a gathering of Guru’s family and friends with an estate attorney. With J.Cole via video conference, a cassette left behind by Guru plays and a bag of diamonds from an African chief is revealed. Accompanied with archive footage of Guru and Cole rapping his guest verse from the gym, his son K.C., DJ Premier and Big Shug fulfill Guru’s request by distributing the jewels throughout Brooklyn. Shine in peace, Guru.

Louie Rankin Dies From Car Crash

Posted in 1 on October 2, 2019 by bobbybounce



Jamaican actor and Dancehall artist Louie Rankin has a passed away from a fatal car crash. According to reports, the wreck happened earlier today (September 30) involving a transport truck and another vehicle.

Rankin is most known by his 1998 role as OX in the crime film, Belly with Nas and DMX. Other acting credits includes 2002’s Shottas and 2014’s We Run These Streets. Most recently, he starred in DJ Khaled and Nas’ “Nas Album Is Done” music video in 2016.

As a dancehall reggae artist, Rankin received a Grammy award for his 1992 hit, “Typewriter”. Rest in peace to the original Don Dadda.