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Kanye West & Jay-Z Perform ‘H.A.M’ at VEVO Powerstation During SXSW

It's been months since SXSW swept Austin, Texas in March. But, finally some new footage from that glorious month in the Lone Star State has finally surfaced ... in the form of Jay-Z and Kanye West's performance at the VEVO Powerstation. In the nearly five-minute clip, the rap superstars shut down Austin with a performance of the Watch The Throne single, "H.A.M.," during the G.O.O.D. Music show during SXSW in March. As fireworks burst in the night sky, Jay and 'Ye storm the stage for the banging single...

Bun B Meets Noisey + SXSW Performance with The Trillionaires

Bun B is a legend in hip-hop, not just his home state f Texas, so when SXSW goes down in Austin, best believe Bun will be repping. Noisey.com -- a music network that showcases bands and local music scenes across the world through original short videos, curated by VICE -- followed Bun B for a short documentary centered around his Noisey.com Showcase at SXSW. The four-part video series features a segment called "Noisey Meets Bun B"...
SXSW 2011 - Shady x Brisk x One Taco
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Photos: Brisk x Shady Records x Taco One’s SXSW Showcase

Following their Super Bowl commercial with Eminem, Brisk continued its partnership with Shady Records with a collaborative event in Austin, Texas last week, between Brisk, Shady, and One Taco ... for the SXSW Music Festival, of course. Shady Records artists, Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf, met with fans outside, while partygoers enjoyed tacos from Austin's One Tack truck during the day. It was a beautiful day, and at midnight, the artists killed the stage...

Lil B The Based God, Odd Future Rock SXSW With Help Of Diddy

Snoop Dogg and the DPGC rocked it on Saturday in honor of Nate Dogg, but at the Fader Fort at SXSW, it was newcomers Lil B and Odd Future who held things down with the help of .... Diddy? Yep, the hip-hop mogul helped get the crowd ready for Lil B The Based God by performing his cooking dance while B screamed out "SWAG!" "Both these last two acts are the future of the music industry," Diddy announced, rocking a tee that read...

Wiz Khalifa Honors Nate Dogg Onstage At SXSW

Wiz Khalifa honored fellow weed smoker, the late Nate Dogg (real name: Nathaniel D. Hale), at the "Killers Lasers Papers" show at SXSW Thursday night (March 17). During his performance, he paused for a moment to speak and honor Nate Dogg, who died earlier this week at 41 from stroke complications. Wiz and his Taylor Gang danced and mouthed the lyrics to such hits that featured Nate, such as "The Next Episode," before breaking into "Xxplosive" ...