Drake has been bringing out huge surprise guests at virtually every stop of his Summer Sixteen tour. Tuesday night, during the first of two shows at Oakland's Oracle Arena, he brought out the Bay Area's newest superstar: Kevin Durant.
Marc E. Bassy radiates Cali. Rocking an overgrown but expertly quiffed hairdo and a tie-dye Eagles shirt, he clearly descends from a tribe of “Groovy People,” which is the title of his new EP.
Drawing inspiration from Damian Lillard's hometown, Adidas has introduced a new Bay Area inspired D Lillard 2 colorway for summer, taking cues from the Oakland A's.The silhouette is designed with green and yellow tones, featuring Primeknit const
A few more hours have passed, so iLoveMakonnen trusts that his fans will be ready for yet another new song. It's before midnight, so that means "Start a New Wave" is Makonnen's fourth new track of the day.
Nef the Pharaoh made it on to our Breakout Artists of 2015 list, so it's only right we shoot an episode of On The Come Up with him. The second episode of the new OTCU season features the Bay Area native who blew up off of a NOLA tribute, "Big Tymin."
On his debut EP, released in November, Nef the Pharaoh linked up with producer Cardo for an excellent Michael Jackson tribute. The song ended up leading to a 10-track collaborative EP, Neffy Got Wings, which dropped yesterday.
After laying a slick verse on Ty Dolla $ign's huge new club record, "Saved," E-40 dropped a remix package for his biggest hit of the past year, "Choices," featuring guest spots from 50 Cent, Migos, Rick Ross, and many more.
Vallejo sensation Nef the Pharaoh just dropped off his debut self-titled EP on E-40's Sick Wid It Records. The release included Nef's breakout hit, "Big Tymin," as well as the YG and Ty Dolla $ign remix.
G-Eazy dumped new material on us all summer, but up until now, we didn't know very much about his new album. Thankfully, Eazy has come through today with the title and release date, and as promised, the LP will drop before the year's out.
To celebrate the Golden State Warriors winning the NBA Championship this year, Bay Area’s very own Kehlani, Iamsu!, G-Eazy, and Lil B decided to unite for this appropriately titled tribute track called “Champion”.
Released last year, E-40's "Choices" is a track built around a unique formula: ending each line with an alternating chorus of either "nope" or "yup." Today, fellow Bay Area rapper Laroo tries his hand at the format.
Last month, HBK Gang's Jay Ant teamed up with G-Eazy for a jam called "Fully Focused," and now he's back with a video for an old track. Today, it's "I Feel" that gets the treatment. The video was shot, directed and edited by Northbound Films.