Producer Kwame gives a run down of the projects he’s working on for 2010. Some of the artists include Keyshia Cole, Maino, and Nicki Minaj. He also plugs his new artist Beyond Belief.
Damn, homie. Previously: Jim Jones Sets Date
Here’s some much better footage of the young lion from the West Side doin’ his 1-2 thing for the cause. 57th Ave Previously: Nipsey Hussle At Haiti Benefit Concert (L.A.)
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.4511212&w=425&h=350&fv=] Go behind the lens as Game strikes a pose for the cover of the January/ February 2010 isssue of The Source.
T.I.P.’s already home and back on his grind. Producer, Jim Jonsin says T.I. is diligently working on his next LP and hasn’t missed a step. “He was so upbeat, his spirits were up, and he’s excited to be out and working. He hasn’t changed, he sounded exactly like he did when I talked to him months before he went in…He’s back in the studio. I sent him some music via email. He can work during the week and not on […]
Ruff Ryders CEO Waah Dean told HHW that Ruff Ryders Evolution: Generation I is nearly complete and is expected to drop during the 2nd or 3rd quarter of this year. Ride Buy or Die. “We got a couple of nice joints. It’s gonna be a mixture of the old and new… we got this joint called “Family.” We got a remix on it too and we want to launch the compilation with that. It’s expressing a lot of how families should […]
This is how not to give an on-air interview. Last week, Jay-Z, Young Jeezy, and Trey Songz appeared on New York’s 92.3 FM to promote their upcoming Blueprint 3 Tour. After a series of awkward questions, The Mob Squad turn the tables and toy with host, Chunky. Take a listen. Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Sidebar: Trey plugs the BP3 tour to the 1515 Boys and pretends they’re all gonna do a song together.