Lil B Delivers "Very Rare" Lecture At University Of Nevada-Reno
Lil B has been a staple of the college lecture circuit for some time now. He's spoken at such prestigious institutions of higher learning as MIT, NYU, UCLA, Virginia Tech, and Carnegie Mellon, spreading the Based gospel and helping students find peace and love in this depraved world. His message is increasingly important in these trying times.
Clams Casino Feat. Lil B "Witness" Video
Clams Casino Feat. Lil B
After debuting "Blast" and announcing his debut album 32 Levels last week, Clams Casino dropped another offering this morning: a new track called "Witness" featuring Lil B. Lil B is one of the only rappers who has truly solved the riddle that is Clams' wonky production style. And as he demonstrates in "Witness," he can really rap when he sets his mind to it.
Lil B "Take This Trip" Video
Lil B capped off 2015 with the release of Thugged Out Pissed Off, but if you're not a member of the Task Force, there's a good chance you haven't made it through all 63 tracks. The video for "Take This Trip" is a good entry point to the immense project, coupled with the messaged "LISTEN TO THE EMOTION" on YouTube. Brandon's instructions are unnecessary, as one doesn't have to concentrate too hard to be moved by his words, which reflect the struggles black youth face every day.
Lil B "Born Poor" Video
Lil B's Thugged Out Pissed Off mixtape capped off the year on a very based note, but as its title suggests, it was fighting for change rather than expressing outright happiness. "Born Poor" is an example of one of the uplifting songs on the album that found positivity in struggle. It finds the Based God celebrating perseverance after being introduced to the world without money of privilege. The video shows Lil B washing cars and mopping floors at Home Depot, as he illustrates the hard work that he and so many others had to do in order to get ahead.
Lil B "BasedGod ("Jumpman" Remix)" Video
Drake and Future's "Jumpman," off What a Time to Be Alive, has been one of the most remixed cuts of the year, with rappers such as Gunplay, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross,
Lil B Talks Bernie Sanders, #BlackLivesMatter On MSNBC
Recently Lil B made his political opinion known, when he appeared on CNN to reveal that he would not be supporting Presidential candidate Hilary Clinton, instead he was putting his co-sign behind Bernie Sanders. Today he follows up the CNN appearance with another political-minded discussion for MSNBC about his support of Bernie Sanders. In the video, the Based God discusses why he is supporting Sanders over Clinton, naming his Bay Area roots as a reason and more.
Watch Lil B's Full Boiler Room Set In Chicago
Last month, Lil B opened up for ATL's iLoveMakonnen in Chicago for the Ray Ban x Boiler Room set. Fast forward to today and we have the footage of his entire 23-minute set for your viewing pleasure. Running through tracks like "Bitch Mob Anthem," "Soul Food," "Vans," and "Murder Rate," the BASEDGOD delivered another high-energy performance for the fans, while holding a cigar in his hand throughout the process. If you’re a fan of Lil B, then you’ll definitely appreciate this set. Check it out above.
Lil B Talks About Supporting Bernie Sanders On CNN
Lil B stopped by CNN on Tuesday afternoon to talk about his endorsement of Bernie Sanders rather than Hilary Clinton in the upcoming 2016 Presidential race. He says about supporting Bernie, “Bernie was against fighting segregation. That was something that touched my heart.”
Lil B Talks About NBA Curses On ESPN's "Sports Nation"
If you haven’t noticed, Lil B has been making a ton of noise recently for cursing out some of the NBA’s biggest stars, most recently James Harden for allegedly stealing his infamous “cooking motion” dance.
Chedda Da Connect Talks "Flicka Da Wrist," Lil Wayne Co-Sign & Lil B Criticism
Chedda Da Connect
Chedda Da Connect's "Flicka Da Wrist" has been inescapable over the last few months, with the record soundtracking both Vine and the club, with plenty of big names getting involved in the phenomenon. We talked to Chedda about the "Wrist" sensation, and he gave us a pretty in-depth explanation of how it all took off. Later on, he let us know a couple of the people he most surprised to see take part in the trend, which included Justin Bieber and Lil Wayne (the latter someone Chedda has always had the utmost respect for).
Lil B "Soul Food" Video
Lil B has been all over headlines since casting his infamous "Based God's Curse" on James Harden (he later lifted the spell, but as afar as we know its's still "Fuck KD" all day, every day), but teh last year has been one of the biggest droughts of Lil B music in recent memory. We haven't received a new mixtape from the Bay Area rapper since last October's Ultimate Bitch, an eternity in Based World, but today, we've been treated to a promising new single from his upcoming Thugged Out Pissed Off mixtape.
Lil B "2 Rich To Pimp" Video
This time last year, Lil B dropped what is probably the longest mixtape of all time -- the 101-track behemoth, 05 Fuck Em. While Based God was not quite as generous this holiday season, he did drop off one of his most consistent offerings in some time earlier this year with Ultimate Bitch.
Young L Feat. Lil B "Slam Dunk" Video
Young L Feat. Lil B
Young L is the consistently underrated rapper/producer who cut his teeth in Lil B's jumpstart group The Pack. Partially responsible for laying the foundation for the recent Mustard-wave, L has taken a more experimental route following his Bay Area beginnings.His latest track finds him reuniting with the Based God, who provides an opening monologue for the track. Rather than the usual video game synths we're used to hearing from L, we're given instead a dark trappy crawl, with the rapper sounding much like his fellow pack-mate on the verses.
Lil B "No Black Person Is Ugly" Video
Lil B's currently readying a new mixtape, Ultimate Bitch, for release. Despite that seemingly-humorous title, the Based God's first single from the project is deep, serious and very powerful. Watch the "No Black Person Is Ugly" video above. Touching on the whitewashed image of beauty perpetuated by the American media (brilliantly highlight by Lil B in the video when he peruses the tabloid aisle in a grocery store), the song finds the rapper highlighting black beauty:
Lil B "Rick Ross (Migos Diss)" Video
Lil B is at it again. Dropping a new track entitled "Rick Ross" on YouTube, the bonkers Bay Area MC returns to dissing rappers after a much-publicized feud with Kevin Durant. Also included in the song's title on YouTube is "MIGOS DISS!!! WHAT?! QUEVO DISS?!!," and though he spends more time talking about the song's titular character, he lets us know that he think "Quavo stole [his] swag."
Lil B "Hoop Life" Video
Got some good news for you this afternoon, folks. Lil B has blessed us with a video for the title track from his upcoming Hoop Life mixtape, which includes extremely rare footage of the deity displaying his sublime control of the sport of basketball. Here's a disclaimer from the Based God himself: "COLLECT THIS EXTREMELY RARE ART FROM THE ARTIST 'LIL B'. ALSO, THANK YOU LIL B!" Word. Keep your guard up, Durant.
Lil B "Katy Perry" Video
"My love is real and I appreciate you, no money can separate us." Last night, with 2.9 seconds remaining in overtime, the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Oklahoma City Thunder after small forward Kevin Durant botched an attempted 3-point shot. It hardly seems coincidental that, earlier in the evening, Lil B dropped a new video titled "Katy Perry," which Katy herself would later describe as a "lovely rare lullaby," further cementing his rightful place in recorded history.
Lil B Delivers A Sold-Out Lecture At Virginia Tech University
On February 19th, the Based God himself spoke to a sold-out crowd at Virginia Tech University's Haymarket Theater. The very rare, interactive lecture was organized by the school's Student Hip-Hop Organization (SHHO). "Lil B, as an artist, is all about individuality, originality, authenticity… which is pretty much all the things SHHO stands for," SHHO Events Coordinator Banna Desta told the Collegiate Times. "He's pretty much an artist that aligns with a lot of our beliefs."