DC Young Fly stopped by Hoodrich Radio recently to sit down with DJ Scream to talk about how he gained his fame, favorite cities, the recent ebola, Wiz Khalifa’s purple hair and plenty more. Watch the full interview after the jump.
Sy Ari Da Kid recently visited DJ Scream at Hoodrich Radio and talked about his single “Popular”, being from NY, battle rap culture, Outkast and more before spitting a quick freestyle to close out the visit.
Watch it after the jump.
Rich The Kid has the streets “Goin Crazy” over his new single and his Feels Good 2 Be Rich mixtape. In the clip below Rich pays a visit to Hoodrich Radio to sit down with DJ Scream to talk about his mixtape, the upcoming Streets On Lock 4 project with the Migos, how he linked with the Migos and more.
See the full interview below.
Brick Squad Monopoly’s Chaz Gotti stopped by Hoodrich Radio to sit down with DJ Scream and Cory B to talk about his new single “Go Get It”, an upcoming mixtape titled Authentic, his relationship with Waka, his smash list and more.
See the full interview below and get a listen of “Go Get It” there as well.
Later today DJ MLK and DJ Scream will be releasing that BET Hip Hop Awards Mixtape 2014 and after getting to bring you an exclusive Hustle Gang track from the tape yesterday, they have given us another leak to premiere. This time we have Chris Brown and Trey Songz’s rendition of iLoveMakonnen’s hit single “Club Goin Up” and we have to say this sounds really dope from the R&B singers.
Give it a listen after the jump and be sure to pick up the tape later when it drops for more exclusives.
Next up to sit down with DJ Scream and Cory B of Hoodrich Radio is Que. The rising ATL artists speaks on his latest mixtape Can You Digg It?, the Ray Rice situation, upcoming plans for a new tape and more.
See the full interview below.
Audio: Hustle Gang Feat. T.I., Trae Tha Truth, Spodee & Zuse – What You Gone Do About It [Prod. By FKi]
Here goes a brand new track from the Hustle Gang that features the boss man T.I. along with Trae Tha Truth, Spodee and Zuse that will be featured on DJ MLK and DJ Scream’s upcoming BET Hip Hop Awards Mixtape 2014. Take a listen to the premiere of the hard hitting FKi produced “What You Gone Do About It” after the jump. This definitely has us excited for the gangs upcoming G.D.O.D. 2 compilation mixtape.
Bankroll Fresh has his new mixtape Life Of A Hot Boy currently taking over the streets and to help push it a little further. Paying a visit to Hoodrich Radio to sit down and talk with DJ Scream and Cory B about the new project, his female wish list, inspiration behind a few of his tracks off the mixtape and plenty more.
Watch the full interview below and go get the tape now if you haven’t yet.
Mixtape Review of Dj Scream & Tiffany Foxx – King Foxx, Courtesy of Skinny Friedman
It’s not fair to female rappers to only compare them to other female rappers, nor is it appropriate to act like there’s a ceiling on how many women can thrive at once in the industry. But given the dude-centric state of hip-hop, it’s hard to properly contextualize women on the mic without holding them up to their foremothers. When considering an artist like Tiffany Foxx, whose King Foxx owes a lot to a certain pink-haired rapper, it’s hard to not talk about Nicki Minaj.
Tiffany Foxx is signed to Lil Kim’s International Rock Star Records and is ostensibly the Queen B’s protege, but she is stylistically a Barbie. Kim broke out by fully embracing the way hip-hop insisted on objectifying her and defining herself by her sexuality. It was an important step forward for gender equality in rap, but not a path comfortable for every woman. While Nicki in no way downplays her sexuality, she has done so while establishing herself as one of the best rappers on earth, female or male. She experiments with her voice and cadence and puts indulgent five-minute rapfests on her platinum albums. If Kim showed the world a female could rap, Nicki showed the world a rappin-ass rapper could happen to be a female. A woman like Tiffany, proclaiming herself a King in the title of her tape, is presumably looking to do the same.
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DJ Scream finally lets go of the official music video for his single “Always” featuring a heavy hitting cast of Que, Waka, Gunplay and Tracy T. Scream’s Hunger Pains album will be arriving some time this summer but for now enjoy this single and visual.