Nine out of 10 rap fans would probably agree that N.O.R.E.’s one of the game’s most underrated. Even with two masterpieces (The War Report, N.O.R.E.), RIAA plaques, and more than a few classic singles, N.O.’s accomplishments to the culture are often overlooked. In the clip above, he justifies his self worth.
Continuing their conversation with HHC, Just and Al speak on the artists that decided to pass on their production and the first time they’ve heard their song played on the radio. Just also explains the difference between Jay and Em in the studio. Previously: Just Blaze & Alchemist’s First Encounters
The latest recipe off Gotti’s Live From The Kitchen has him staring at his own reflection. Better grab some water, the whole hood blazin’. Kingz
Dream takes back what he said on Wednesday that he was a part of a FBI sting to bring down music pirates. Don’t worry, the truth (or some hackers) shall set you free.
Joey Crack lets his brim hang low for the cover of his new album The Darkside Vol.1. All black everything, huh? We see you Joe. Album drops June 29th. Welcome back: Nav
Juelz appeared on Angie Mar’s afternoon drive on Hot 97 today and broke his silence regarding the much talked about Dipset reunion. Break ups to make ups.
Truthfully, Ice Cube was supposed to kick this column off. He told me his song “Supreme Hustle” off War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc) was criminally slept on. Unfortunately, his explanation was deleted on my recorder. Damn. But the show must go on and to usher things in the right way is Noreaga. N.O. reasons that “Grimey” off God’s Favorite should’ve been bigger and thinks “Bang Bang” was marred by the shooting outside Hot 97. Sidebar: On The […]