[vodpod id=Video.3306726&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D496960%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A496960] In a conversation with 1515 , Banks says that after listening to music overseas, it’s given him some sort of enlightenment. He mentions that he’s heavily influenced by Justin Timberlake, Lada Gaga, and could possibly be working with Will.I.Am on his next LP. Lloyd then says he can pen R&B records. Let’s just hope he doesn’t sing them.
It sure is and this is the shit. The freshman and the veteran link up for their rendition of the classic Esco and Sosa collabo. This will be featured off Fashawn’s Ode To Illmatic. XXL Related: Fashawn x IllRoots
Tragedy struck Joell’s neighborhood the other night and he lost a good friend. Today, he sends his condolences. Musically.
At the Levi’s/Fader Fort finale this past Saturday, Ohio’s own pay homage to the three deceased legends that they all had the pleasure of workin’ with. You cocker spaniel dogs, can’t fuck with their catalogue.
Back at the Respect The West ranch, David Blake presents one of his most raunchy classic tunes and then his everlasting collabo with Bay Area band Tony Toni Tone. Hittin’ you from every angle.
The Cocoa Brovaz, I mean Steele and Tek run through an arsenal of heat from their deadly Dah Shinin’ debut. Hey, I’ve been to the Doghillee. How many of you snot-nosed young punks can say the same? Ha!
I showed you Mel D. Cole‘s astounding flicks now here’s some video of the two Memphis-bred OGs taking us way back with a coupla classics off 1993’s Comin’ Out Hard album. This was one of my favorite moments down in Austin. The kids don’t know.