[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3483543&w=425&h=350&fv=autoplay%3Dfalse] Antwan tested out his Ustream last night at Stankonia Studios and played a new joint that sounds pretty good to me. Too bad the album’s never comin’ out. The Greatest Story An ATLien Never Told. Ha! Props: Straight From The A Update: Now with MP3.
Ah, the 90s. Hip-Hop’s greatest era. Before hitting the stage, Sticky briefly speaks on his group’s classic debut, Bacdafucup. Hipsters, please exit stage left.
During a commercial break on his appearance with Cipha Rosenberg’s Hot 97 morning show, Peter gets Puff to talk about underground rap, Rae, Mos and Jay Electronica. Let’s all cop some shiny backpacks today. Props: RR (The other one)
“It’s hard to bring us all back together” Translation: It ain’t gon happen. Afterward, she comments on the lack of estrogen in rap and provides insight on her album. That’s not happening either.
No chickens were buried in the making of this video. Bromance 2.0!
Apparently the next issue of XXL is paying homage to the house Russell and Rick built. Holdin’ down the West Coast, Warren G spills the beans on his fellow cover co-stars. Previously: Triple C’s Cover Nov. XXL? | Jazzy Jeff vs. LL Cool J’s “Rock The Bells”
This wasn’t even my interview, but I couldn’t help but eavesdrop. Here Flav spares a couple minutes with a reporter from The NY Post. The significance you ask? Well, on the Public Enemy album Apocalypse ’91: The Enemy Strikes Black, PE recorded the diss track, “A Letter To The NY Post”. Doubt Mr. Murdoch got the message.