This week on Word On The Street, we're tackling the bizarre and uncomfortable social media confrontation between Iggy Azalea and Snoop Dogg. We talked to New Yorkers about the tiff, asking why Iggy seems to be a target right now, before getting people to take sides.
It's time for another edition of Word On The Street, and what else would we talk about if not Drake's latest Instagram stunt? The rapper shook up the 'gram when he started giving away "Hood Grammys" last Sunday night.
Earlier in the week, reports began to trickle in that Rihanna may have a small role in the upcoming Bond movie, possibly as the spy's love interest. We decided to take this news to the streets of New York to find out what they thought.
Last week we brought you a special edition of Word On The Street, featuring DMV rapper on the come up Shy Glizzy. This week, with Iggy Azalea's sex tape taking over our news feed, we obviously had to dedicate our Word On The Street to just that.
Rappers often act like they're superheroes, but Childish Gambino is getting the rare opportunity to actually be one, at least in a new cartoon series.We asked New Yorkers how they felt about Gambino providing the voice of the iconic web-slinger, but the conversation quickly turned to other rappers.Drake as Sandman?
Here's a compilation strictly for the Lols. Plenty of rappers have inadvertently fallen off stage during a set, proving to us they're only human. We've compiled some of the best falls in recent memory for you to enjoy.
Mark Battles came to visit New York the other week, and while he was around we decided to recruit him to film a new episode of Word On The Street, this one tackling more serious subject matter, especially compared to last week's hysterical reaction to Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" music video.
For this week's edition of Word On The Street, Nicki Minaj is once again the theme as she dropped her "Anaconda" music video earlier this week, which went on to break a VEVO record for the most amount of views in a 24-hour period.
We all saw the epic responses and reactions that resulted from Nicki Minaj's bootyful "Anaconda" single artwork, but how 'bout J. Lo's? The singer unveiled her own healthy dose of booty on the new single artwork for "Booty" featuring Pitbull this past week, and while it didn't quite shake up the internet like Ms.
Drake took to Instagram the other day to reveal a never-before-seen pair of "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" Jordan 3s, obviously themed around the current tour the two YMCMB rappers are on. The folks at Sneakermob took over our "Word On The Street" segment in order to find out sneakerheads' opinion on the new kicks.
We've got a real dope Heatseeker for y'all today. Preceded by Shaun Lurding and Ziggy, whose "Louder" made the cut last week, here's T.R@bb's "Slow Down."
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Last week we hit these New York streets to find out if anyone knows what Young Thug is rapping (nope). This week we return to find out how New York (aka hip-hop's birthing place) feels about a Canadian (aka Drake) running the rap game at the moment.