Trey pulls the trigga over Drizzy’s instrumental. Now might be a good time to let loose that mixtape, sir. DJ Young Legend Sidebar:
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”cole_2″] Here’s the final clip from our sit-down with J.C. Earlier this week, footage surfaced of Jermaine at Aaron Reid’s Super Sweet 16 bash in 2006. Cole crashed the party in hopes of networking with Jay-Z. He explains how he missed his opportunity, meeting Plain Pat, and that infamous “Will Produce For Jay-Z Or Die Tryin’” T-shirt. Previously: J.Cole On Trimming His Debut Album | J.Cole Talks Kobe, LeBron| J.Cole Talks ‘Bout His Mama | J.Cole Speaks On […]
[vodpod id=Video.3358767&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D499841%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A499841] Just Blaze tells MTV that Eminem’s lyrics on Relapse 2 are a force to be reckoned with. “He’s really back spitting. The wordplay is crazy, the metaphors are crazy. He’s really back on his game. He had his ups, he had his downs, he’s back way, way, way up. This is definitely going to be up there with the best of his albums, for sure, for sure. The fact that he’s branched out working with a lot of […]
Now, I love my bitches as much as Trina does. But this track is a doggone shame. For what it’s worth, Amazin’ drops May 4th. YK2
Man, how could I forget about the World’s Greatest Entertainer? At XXL‘s concert on Wednesday, Doug E. Fresh provided the beat as Slim of the group, Square Off kicked a freebie. Standing o’vey, hey! Sermon
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”cole_kobe”] Back in February, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant mentioned that he listened to J.Cole’s music. In this clip, Jermaine reacts to the shout-out and says he was also taken back by Cleveland Cavs star LeBron James’ acknowledgement.
The-Dream yapped about this remix a month and a half ago. And today, HHNM came through with the rip off Dream’s site. Look out for the song’s remix video featuring Ludacris soon.