Before Pill’s cover feature drops tomorrow, here’s a quick interview and behind the scenes look at how it all came together. Surely, Maurice Garland did a great write up…oops. Ha!
[vodpod id=Video.2936208&w=425&h=350&fv=] Swizzy knows the difference between guns & butter. At Dame Dash’s DD172 office space, the producer speaks on his admiration for fine art and says he’s collected pieces from Warhol, Basquiat, and Haring. Afterward, he mentions that he’s part of Ernie Barnes‘ estate. Lastly, he touches on his own creations and discusses studying under Jeff Koons. H.E.R.
[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.918253&w=425&h=350&fv=] From the Chi to Gary, Indiana is the visual for Freddie and Mikkey’s collab, off Maja 7th and FSD, The Breakout. This is how the Midwest was won—on their own. Sidebar: Freddie Gibbs Does Streetsweeper Radio with Kay Slay
“They got me twisted/ Like Chris Brown on a jet ski” This one’s for the duffle bag boys off the No Mixtape with no release date. No end in sight. NR
[vodpod id=Video.2935960&w=425&h=350&fv=v%3D3xZ9NmZBt4jhrnJL%26amp%3Busenw%3D1] “Speedboats, three tokes and pass it, grass lit Hit slopes in Aspen, no coat just A oath to stay thoro til we back to ashes” The FLA’s most passionate promotor provides a sneak peak to Mr. Jones verse from the title track of his next CD. Check the 2:25 mark, marks. How it sound? So far, so good.
Mo’ comp? I ain’t never scared. Check out Shad Moss’ latest venture here. Then 30 seconds later come back to Rap Radar, where you belong. Ha!
The Capo and Sin City tackle the Dirty Money secular track. Get ready for The Ghost Of Rich Porter to haunt your speakers soon. Props: Legend