Fat Joe caters to the ladies by working his charm on Joe’s remix. The audio can be found as the Best Buy bonus cut off the R&B singer’s DoubleBack: Evolution of R&B on July 2. Order yours today.
Freddie Gibbs isn’t one to bite his tongue. And during his interview with Rob Markman yesterday, he calls former CTE boss, Young Jeezy a fraud. He also goes on to say that he’s received death threats via Twitter. Good luck dodging one time.
“It’s tough meetin’ your heroes sometimes and kickin’ with them because when they take that cape off, boy o’ boy under that cape, sometimes it’s some scary lil’ boy hidin’ under that cape,” he continued. Gibbs first voiced his displeasure with Jeezy in an interview withXXLMag.com, and since then, he said he has received death threats on Twitter, but he isn’t taking it too seriously. “Yeah, death threats,” he confirmed. “Hey man, I know it hurts you to hear your favorite rapper’s a fraud. It ain’t my fault.”
From L.A. to the A, Problem rolls up with Snoop and the Kang for his latest release off his Gangsta Grillz release, The Seperation. The mixtape drops in full tomorrow.
40 Water’s taking it to the streets again. And today, releases three separate covers for The Block Brochure 4,5, and 6. Albums coming soon.
?uestlove was the latest guest for for Red Bull Music Academy’s lecture series. During the engagement, he shares some of the The Roots’ fondest moments, playing for Fallon, influences and more. After the jump, check out his interview with Sway In The Morning.
Shot prior to Scooter’s return to the bing, he and his Brick Squad boss operate behind a table full of cash and lean in their new clip. Young Scooter’s Cell Block To Your Block coming soon.
Summer breeze makes me feel fine, Before Slum Village’s Evolution arrives on June 25, here’s their season groove to get you in the mood. Produced by Focus.
The street life is no place for such a pretty face. But with Pusha T close by, Kelly hits the pavement on her latest drop produced by Pharrell. Talk A Good Game drops next Tuesday.
Rapper Big Pooh is taking it back to his roots for his upcoming, Fat Boy Fresh Vol. 3: Happy Birthday, Thomas and drops off his first release. Says Pooh of the project.
“This EP represents a few things for me. I titled it ‘Happy Birthday, Thomas’ because it symbolizes a return to my Boom Bap roots. I also titled it that because I started recording project around my actual birthday.”