During Wale’s visit in the City Of Brotherly love Friday, Mr. Folarin stopped by Power 99. During his interview, he gave his flow a test run over Nas’ “Nasty”. UPDATE: Now with video.
During Irv Gotti’s recent interview on MTV’s RapFix, the Murder Inc. CEO had some harsh words for his former artist Lloyd. This morning, Young Goldie appeared on Shade 45’s Sway In the Morning and responded to the diatribe.
The Roots have been crafting their 13th album, UNDUN since July. And after revealing the release date, here are the project’s song titles. The first single “Make My” featuring Big K.R.I.T. hits iTunes November 1st. Album in stores December 6th. 1. Sleep 2. Make My Ft. Big K.R.I.T. 3. One Time 4. Kool On 5. The Jump 6. Stomp 7. Lighthouse 8. I Remember 9. Tip The Scale 10. Redford hhdx
After numerous schedule changes and pleasing the high demand, Jay and Ye are bringing their tour to their respective hometowns. The Watch The Throne tour will now make its way to Madison Square Garden for two shows on November 7 and 8. Chicago’s concerts go down at the United Center on November 30 and December 1. Tickets for the new shows go on sale October 21st at 10:00 am on Ticketmaster and LiveNation. Full schedule here. hhnm
F.A.B. will be releasing his I Found My Backpack Pt. 2 mixtape soon. In the meantime, 57th Ave delivers its latest offering with Kiss and N.O. How dare you question their greatness?
[vodpod id=Video.15563239&w=540&h=350&fv=] Don’t be mad, get glad. Before Birdman’s new video turns that frown upside down, MTV shares more footage of the creative process and how the song came about. Bigger Than Life coming November 22.
shot: Canon Eos 60d |The Dark Nyte A few days ago, we had the pleasure of chopping it up with Def Jam’s founding publicist, Bill Adler. Along with Cey Adams and Dan Charnas the triumvirate released their new tome, Def Jam Recordings: The First 25 Years Of The Last Great Record Label. The book beautifully chronicles Def Jam’s rise with featured interviews from founders Rick Rubin, Russell Simmons and label executives Lyor Cohen, Juile Greenwald, Kevin Liles, Chris Lighty, and others. From his Midtown […]