With Diggy’s tour swinging through Philly last weekend, he stopped by The Come Up Show and left his lyrics over Amil’s “4 Da Fam” instrumental.
Welcome to the D.M.V. Although we got the explicit treat of Wale’s radio anthem, he’s releasing the official version under the direction of Dre Films. Wale’s definitely got that work.
With Slim The Mobster’s War Music dropping on November 8th, Dr. Dre’s protégé leaves behind his latest offering featuring 1/2 of the M.O.B.B., produced by Sid Roams and mastered at Engine Room Audio. It’s almost that time.
Al Lindstrom pulled up a chair for an interview with DJ and engineer, Young Guru. In the first installment, Guru spoke on his current role with The Roc, Watch The Throne, J.Cole, and Jay Electronica’s long-awaited album.
People sleeping on my ether skills. Ty Kidd Previously: Ridin’ Well
[vodpod id=Video.15541759&w=540&h=350&fv=] Last week, 8-year-old YouTube sensation Sophia and her 5-year-old cousin, Rosie made headlines with their cover of Nicki Minaj’s “Super Bass”. The tiny-duo were invited on The Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday and were surprised by Nicki Minaj for a joint performance. Nicki is for the children. toofab
Commemorating 20 years in the game, Nas returns on the cover of XXL. Issue hits newsstands on October 25, but peep an excerpt between he and guest interviewer, Tyler, The Creator. Cover designed by Mister Cartoon. “God’s Son is my favorite album by you,” Tyler said. “And my second is probably Street’s Disciple,” he continued. “Get the fuck outta here,” Nas responded. Awkward and quirky exchanges aside, the discussion quickly picked up with the 20-year-old Tyler asking Nas for advice. “You, […]