At the big reunion show, Paul and Koop present their latest joint collabo and then later go back and please the masses with track 2 off Get Ya Mind Correct. Throwbacks FTW! And oh yeah, thanks for the drop, Wall.
Not to be confused with his performance with the funky drummer Travis Barker, Donnis rocked out his biggest hit again in Austin with Big Boi’s funk-rock band. All the way live, jive turkeys.
Photo: Matt “Ginch” McGinley Two months ago, Freddie premiered this track at the Highline Ballroom in NYC. Today, we have it in its entirety. The song will be found on his upcoming mixtape, Str8 Killa No Filla. Big L would be proud.
Despite the bizarre elevated stage, Mr. Rivers tore down his brief set during the Urb showcase in Tex. Here’s a couple of energetic performances of tracks 2 and 4 off that 4075: The Refill mixtape. If you still ain’t up on that yet, get the fuck up out this post. Ha!
Here’s my extensive chat with Alabama rap’s new sensation. Yellow Nigga and Yelawolf? It had to happen. Follow along as we build on his origin, influences, the pressure with being a white MC, and makin’ the right career moves once you gain a strong buzz. Peep dude on tour with Wiz Khalifa at a town near you. Hallerathim!
Meanwhile back at eskay and Gotty’s bash, light-skinned Jermaine goes in with a couple of his more soulful selections. Up top, The Warm Up‘s track 9 and below, his scene-stealing turn on the boy Wale’s banger. The Roc was in the building!
At the riveting Respect The West show, your host DJ Quik brought out some special guests from the Midwest. Shit, the Bone boys are proteges of the late great Eazy-E so it’s only right. Let’s crank up that welfare anthem!