If you aren’t too familiar with BJ The Chicago besides appearing on ScHoolboy Q’s hit single “Studio” then you need to get familiar with his extensive credentials. Stopping by Peter Rosenberg’s ‘Real Late’ radio show, BJ explains how he got into the game including being a back-up singer for Usher and with the likes of James Brown, Mario and more.
OVO-affiliated producer and independent artist Mike Zombie, who we have posted about before, sat down with Peter Rosenberg the other night for his radio show. The New Jersey native speaks on his relationship with Drake and how it came about, producing “Started From The Bottom”, working with DJ Khaled on “They Don’t Love You No More”, his own single “616″, and plenty more. Zombie also announced he will be releasing a new mixtape in the near future called Rebel Without A Cause and then finishes it up by spitting some bars for a freestyle.
According to Hot 97′s Peter Rosenberg, Yeezy held a private listening session at the Def Jam offices last week where he played the entire album for the executives. Rosenberg described the album as being, “dark but really good.” Check out the audio below of Rosenberg and the rest of the Hot 97 personalities speaking about the album.
Rockie Fresh stopped by Hot 97 and sat down with Peter Rosenberg where he discussed his upstart, Chicago, why he took his talents to MMG over Bad Boy and more. If you haven’t yet, download Electric Highway.
Rick Ross speaks on building the MMG empire. Meek discusses being at the club where the Chris Brown Drake fight went down. Ross discusses the signing of Omarion, where MMG is going, and they break down what it’s like to have Ross as their boss.
First things first, the mechanics of what actually happened at Summer Jam are stupid and irrelevant. Why Rosenberg said what he did, why Weezy reacted the way he did, why Nicki felt she had to bounce entirely – all way less important than the very real issue at hand: there’s no reason Hot 97 should be playing “Starships” because Hot 97 is Read more…