Beats TV interviews Game and he discusses his new album Jesus Piece and the guests that we can expect to appear on it. Also he speaks on West Coast music and Kendrick Lamar.
Continuing his rounds for promoting good kid, m.A.A.d. city Kendrick sits down with Peter Rosenberg, Cipha Sounds and K Foxx. In the interview they talk about Lady Gaga’s failed appearance on the album, Kendrick’s opinion on people calling the album a classic and Dr. Dre’s role in the creative process. Also watch to the end to see who everyone thinks would win a rap battle between Obama and Romney.
In this Interview with Montreality, Sway Calloway of MTV News / Shade45, speaks about his long friendship with Eminem, having interviewed Biggie a few days before he passed away & having conducted one of Tupac Shakur’s very last interviews.
He discusses how he came up with the concept for “I Don’t Like”, he reveals what “He Does Like” which are bitches, cloths and what’s going on his career right now, says he wants to meet Jay-Z and 50 Cent, who he was suprised to meet, being only 16 years old, Kanye West jumping on the remix & much more!
Ice-T sat down with DJ Sense in ATL, T speaks on CoCo, Clear Channel Radio and his Art Of Rap documentary.
Southside tells Noisey about he and Waka Flocka meeting Chicago’s rising star Chief Keef. Southside said he saw a lot of parallels between Keef and his friends and he and Waka’s early beginnings, so he’d be more than happy to help the young rapper along in his career.
Despite not having an official album out, Kendrick Lamar has built a reputation within the hip-hop culture and beyond as one of the game’s most gifted lyricists. While the world is impatiently waiting for his official solo debut offering Good Kid In A Mad City, the Compton native served “The Recipe,” which catapulted to the status of Los Angeles’s new unofficial anthem featuring none other than Dr. Dre himself. The ode to LA”s “women, weed and weather” has brought on memories of the early ’90s – the golden era of West Coast rap when the globe was chanting to the G-Funk sounds of Southern California. Consider it coming full circle, that K. Dot and his TDE-powered Black Hippy crew (Ab-Soul, Jay Rock and ScHoolboy Q) have moved to Dre’s Aftermath Records. A favorite among our readers, Kendrick Lamar sat down with us and opened up on his upcoming album, his experience during Coachella, the similarities between 2Pac and DMX, J. Cole, and of course “The Recipe.”
We had the opportunity to Chop It Up with Joey Bada$$. He spoke about the origin of his Pro Era crew, how long he’s been rapping, how he balances school and a rap career, producers he’d like to work with, what he stands for and more. Get to know Joey Bada$$.
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Nardwuar is dope… always love watching his videos! Learned some new shit about Lil Wayne I never knew. Lil Wayne is hella sweatin’ in this, did he just perform?