Fabolous and Wale join French Montana in the video for their track “R&B Bitches.”
LEAK JONES AMONG MANY CLEVELANDERS ARE GLAD TO SUPPORT UNDFEATED LIGHTWEIGHT BOXER RYAN ‘BLUE-CHIP’ MARTIN
Rap Mogul Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson’s prospect Ryan Martin is preparing to enter the ring for the eighth time in his professional career on Sunday, August 10th at the Cleveland Public Auditorium. Martin puts his undefeated record on the line against Mexico’s Engelberto Valenzuela who brings a record of 9 wins and just 2 defeats.
Martin is originally from Chattanooga, Tennessee. However, he is taking a huge liking to the city of Cleveland and is proud to call this his second home. “Mostly all of my fans are from the Chattanooga area. They’ve known me since I was 8 years old. They’ve been loyal to me and followed me throughout this amazing journey. I hope Cleveland can be just as supportive as I chose Cleveland as my prime training and living destination”, stated Martin.
In an effort to show our support we are having a contest to win a pair of tickets to the event valued at $110.00
Please come and join us in witnessing some great Cleveland talent! Are you ready to rumble?
All you have to do to win is one easy step Tweet “#BlueChipJones @BlueChipBoxer @LeakJones” and you will have a chance to win! May the best of luck be with you!
New TMNT themed video for Wiz Khalifa‘s “Shell Shocked” track featuring Ty Dolla $ign & Juicy J.
This kind of stuff is always interesting. While performing live in Australia, Childish Gambino names some rappers he is better than; Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and ScHoolBoy Q. Let’s hope for some responses.
ESTFest is next weekend and to get ready for the fun-filled weekend, we are proud to release The Mixtape Vol. 2 which was worked on by E-V, DJ Ace, and the newest DJ to the lineup, Blaq Abe. Enjoy the mixtape and get ready for next weekend. There are some bangers on here, including my personal favorite #AllEyezOnMe by the newest artist to the world Billard which features Machine Gun Kelly himself. Check it out, it’s rage-tastic!
Cleveland hosted the AP Awards this week, and with all the rock and roll performances, it would only make sense for Cleveland’s Rager, Machine Gun Kelly, to perform as well. Kells came out after a drum rattling opening by Rook and showed the world he is just as good a rocker as he is a rapper as he performed “See My Tears.” Check the video out if you don’t believe me!