Jadakiss is out with the music video to his new single ‘Toast To That’, featuring Fred The Godson. The track is off the Yonkers, New York rapper’s mixtape ‘I Love You (Dedication To My Fans)’, out now. Watch the Mills Miller directed video via YouTube and check out a stream of the mixtape below.
DJ Khaled is out with the music video to his new single ‘It Ain’t Over Til It’s Over’, featuring Fabolous, Mary J. Blige and Jadakiss. The track is off the Miami, Florida producer and DJ’s fifth studio album ‘We the Best Forever’, out now on We the Best / Terror Squad / Cash Money / Universal Motown. Watch it via YouTube below.
Thisis50.com’s Young Jack Thriller recently sat down with Jadakiss for an interview. The veteran rapper talked about his laugh and why he does it, who he is known for, people thinking he is mean, how you can get on his bad side, books he is writing, his new mixtape ‘I Love You’, an upcoming album, and more. “Jadakiss is a kid from Yonkers that came up to be an inspiring lyricist, and make a mark in the hip hop industry,” Jadakiss explained. “And he did just that and he’s still doing it.” Watch the interview via YouTube below.
DJ Khaled is out with the music video for his remix of ‘All I Do Is Win’, featuring Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Diddy, Nicki Minaj, Fabolous, Jadakiss, Fat Joe, Swizz Beatz on background vocals, and T-Pain. Jadakiss’s verse is a sample from ‘Allergic to Losing’, a song from his 2010 mixtape ‘The Champ Is Here 3’. The video also features a cameo from Red Cafe. Watch it via YouTube below.
Harlem, New York artist DJ Webstar is out with the video to his new single ‘Tipsy’, featuring Serani and Jadakiss. Watch the Don Tyler directed video via Vevo below.
Jadakiss has issued a statement insisting he has nothing to do with activities that led to the arrest of Gabriel R. Henriquez, 39, and Alberto Lajara, 25, who were cited for drug possession in an apartment leased under Jadakiss’ name on Saturday.
What happened on Saturday was an unfortunate situation but one in which I have no involvement in. Since the release of my recent album “The Last Kiss,” I have been on the road touring and promoting my project. I am focused on my performance schedule and career.
Jadakiss dropped by the ‘No. 1 Countdown’ on Fuse, where the rapper promoted his new album ‘The Last Kiss’ and talked about what he’s been doing since the lengthy delay between CDs. Jada also cleared up the album wasn’t his last, and the next release will be titled ‘Top 5 Dead Or Alive’. As for who his top five would be, Jadakiss said Biggie, Nas, Jay-Z, Tupac and Eminem.
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Jadakiss stopped by The Wendy Williams Experience on WBLS in New York City to promote his new album, ‘The Last Kiss’. The rapper talked about his appearance on ‘106 & Park’, what’s behind his weight loss, sampling Luther Vandross on ‘Things I’ve Been Through’, his workout routine, the car collection, and his label situation. Listen to the interview via YouTube below.
Global Grind caught up with Jadakiss at a Best Buy in The Bronx, where the rapper was promoting his new album ‘The Last Kiss’. The LOX rapper said Mims might sell more than him with ‘Guilt’ also coming out this week. Told he was selling more at that location, Jada said, “Somewhere he gonna sell more than me… Wherever his block is. This is my demographic, so I’m supposed to sell more than him.” Watch the video via YouTube below.
Thisis50 met with Jadakiss to talk about his new project ‘The Last Kiss’, how he squashed his beef with 50 Cent thanks to Rob-E-Rob and more. “It wasn’t no real beef anyway,” Jada explained. “That was just one of his musical tunes on that ‘Massacre’ album, to make sure he got those numbers out of the gate, he had to come holler at the kid. I made a lot of money too off shows and whatnot. It was good for a minute. I’m sure in the future Jada and 50 Lox/G-Unit.” Watch the interview via YouTube below.