If you remember and liked B.o.B rendition on Lloyd’s “Lay It Down” track a couple months back, then you would surely agree on this visual. Can’t even lie, it looks pretty dope and simple.
The Source recently chopped it up with B.o.B over the diss track, “No Future”, aimed towards Odd Future last month. It’s very hard to comprehend B.o.B due to the fact that he says “like” every two seconds, fried much?
If you remember B.o.B’s Hi, My Name Is B.o.B mixtape, with Mick Boogie & Terry Urban, before he ever went mainstream then surely you’ll remember this track. With that being said, it’s finally been liberated and DJ free. Enjoy!
This particular record didn’t make Lupe’s Lasers album, but we do get a listen of the collaboration between Lupe and Bobby Ray. In all honest I like the record, courtesy of hypebeast.
Guess the era of diss records such as “Hit Em’ Up”, “Ether” and “Checkmate” are long gone, but B.o.B. attempts to get at the Odd Future fellows with this latest one. Lets just hope Bruno Mars doesn’t jump in this fight.
Not quite sure where this suppose to land, read that it’s some sort of video game? Anyway some new Bobby Ray for those interested.
The latest campaign from the Three Stripes features a gang of athletes, as well as other notable celebrities in some high powered, action footage, urging you to go all in. Notice appearances from Bobby Ray, David Beckham, Katy Perry (score), Derrick Rose, and several more. Pretty dope aesthetics if you ask me.
B.o.B in narrator mode releases the new visual treatment of Dr. Aden off his latest tape, good to see him focusing on his underground stuff as well.