NY Times caught up with Chris Rock about his upcoming Broadway production, The Motherfucker With the Hat. During their conversation, Chris discussed his skit on Kanye West’s “Blame Game”. “I did that quicker than I read scripts that they offer me money to do. I thank him so much it probably freaks him out. Especially at this late date, to get on something, the album of the moment, that stuff is priceless, you can’t put a price tag on that. […]
Not too long ago, Wiz Khalifa was in NYC for an interview with DJ Clue on Power 105.1. Towards the end of their conversation, Wiz spit a quick freestyle over Weezy’s track, “La La“. uhtn
Breezy’s album F.A.M.E. is on the way later this month, but before it hits stores, East Exclusives brings forth a new track featuring Timbo and Big Sean. Sidebar: Chris Brown NY Post Feature
After noticing Freddie Gibbs insightful and often humorous observations on sports through his Twitter account, Rap Radar decided to give him a forum to express his thoughts on the thrills of victory and the agonies of defeat. It’s Gangsta Gibbs Wide World Of Sports. The black Bill Simmons is here. And for his second column, Gary’s finest got a thing or two to say about Bron Bron and his team of crybabies. Ha!
Khaled Khaled takes us behind the scenes on the photography behind his upcoming album’s packaging. Shout-out to Clay Patrick McBride. I can vouch for his skills from them XXL days. Ha!
Since the release of the Rawth EP, Asher has been emerging with more new tunes. For his latest, Roth references the famous SNL Skit over a Blended Babies-produced track. The Spaghetti Tree coming soon. fsd
Can’t get enough tunes from 50? Well Curtis invites us over for a lost cut from 2007 that was initially suppose to feature Usher. Sounds good, but Fif needs to come over to 2011 and release his music in mp3s. Ha! Earlier: “The Paper (I Get It)”