Talib’s been pretty vocal on the Rozay controversy. He returned to the Breakfast Club to give his view on the debacle, his new album Prisoner of Conscious, upcoming book, love for DJing and more.
In support of his upcoming Almost Home EP, Kid Ink brings forth a new groove before it arrives in full on May 28.
At Miami Beach’s Fountainbleau, NBC’s Nitecap kicked off their new season with Big Sean. For his second appearance, he talks Detroit, working with Jay and Ye, Barack Obama and, of course, his next LP. UPDATE: Peter loves his nitecaps with Big Sean. Back for a third time, Sean talks working with Eminem, the Rick Ross controversy, Jason Collins and more.
It’s that time of the year folks and the Rock The Bells festival will be celebrating their 10 year anniversary with the likes of Wu-Tang, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, a virtual ODB and Eazy-E and tons more. This year, the two-day festival will hit up San Bernadino, CA (Sept. 7-8), Mountain View, CA (Sept. 14-15), Washington D.C. (Sept. 28-29), and Rutherford, NJ (Oct. 4-5).
Robin Thicke lent his services to The Voice last night and brought along Pharrell and T.I. for the first televised performance of Robin’s forthcoming album’s title track.
Recession? What recession? Later today, Dr. Dre and business partner Jimmy Iovine will donate $70 million to the University of Southern California. The endowment will be used to create the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation. Set to launch in Fall 2014, the four-year program will offer undergrads courses in entrepreneurship; technology, art, design and marketing. In a statement, USC President C.L. Max Nikias says: “The vision and generosity of Jimmy Iovine […]
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