Dave Grohl Interviews Nas

With the Grammys taking place this Sunday, Nirvana co-founder and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl interviewed Nas on Chelsea Lately. Esco says he’s been nominated 18 times and explains the tom-foolery of hip-hop beefs.


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  • Trillionaire

    The GOAT

  • Two Legends!

  • Zephyr

    Pretty cool, but Dave Grohl was not a founding member of Nirvana. He joined the band just before their second album.

    • B.Dot

      true. but, u don’t consider him a founding member tho? i mean, Nevermind was The Infamous for Nirvana

  • Zephyr

    Bleach was my personal favorite Nirvana album. So no.

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  • Zephyr

    Don’t get me wrong, Dave Grohl is the shit. But they went from punk to pop-punk after he got there. The universal benchmark for pop-punk, sure, but you get a lot more attitude out of the Chad Channing stuff.

  • epinz

    The infamous>>>>>>>

  • @ B DOT
    So thanks for this

    Dave Grohl was on the 2nd album BUT, with exception of “Smells like teen spirit”
    he was just copying the drum parts that were laid down in pre-production by a different drummer
    In Utero , the 3rd album, was when Dave got to play his own style, beats etc

    Dave Grohl is iconic tho, don’t get me wrong.
    you think Nirvana you see all 3 of them
    Krist, Dave & of course Kurt (or Kurdt, how he sometimes spelled his name)

    @p0is0nedkoola on twitter
    Lester Bangs of hip hop
    Still waiting for the hip hop version of NIRVANA to change the hip hop game up

  • rahrahrah

    @p0is0nedkoola…I was just telling a friend about that iconic review of Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks, and when I went to look it up….Author Lester Bangs…now I understand your tagline.

    Dude could write! Big shoes to fill.

  • @ rahrahrah

    Those shoes could never be filled unless you had a passion fueled by coke (& every other drug) with a brain filled with a vernacular where the word “boundaries” didn’t exist.

    However, I love hip hop, the culture & born/raised/living in NYC all my life I know hip hop in a very intricate way. from the many shows i’ve been to, artists i’ve known & producers i have worked with and studios i worked in as a jr engineer (terrible job btw)
    I can’t stand how much we cherish the mediocre & yet I can’t help but put our beloved fallen artists on a pedestal

    Thus the tagline

    Glad ya read that review. It’s brilliant and amazing!

    If you’ve ever seen the movie “Almost Famous”
    Lester Bangs is played by Philip Seymour Hoffman. and the main characters’s mentor

    Sorry for the long reply to everyone else

    @p0is0nedkoola on twitter
    Lester Bangs of hip hop
    Can’t fill someone’s shoes, but ya can learn from the road they walked before you

  • jesus

    nasir jones greatest of all time

  • shadyeighties

    I really like that “life is good” album lyric wise… nas need some good production tho. with the right beats, he can make some serious shit happen

  • DJ Semtex’s Prothsetic

    dave grohl was in nirvana, wasnt a co founder tho get ur rock facts sr8 b.dot foreal

    cool interview tho thought it was funny

  • Emma

    You gotta love Dave Grohl! His new documentary, Sound City, is absolutely amazing <3 If you haven't seen it yet, at least check out the trailer for it 🙂 http://smarturl.it/SCtrailer