If you’re attending Rock The Bells in NY Saturday, you’ll see Lonnie recite his 2005 album, Be live. Here he explains the LP’s concept with Fuse and returning to soul. Previously: Nas l Cypress Hill l Lauryn Hill l Raekwon l Mobb Deep
During Em’s performance at the Tennents Vital 2011 in Ireland last week, Em ran into Odd Future’s frontman backstage for their first encounter. Tyler later tweeted about it below. “Fuckkkkk O My Atheist God. Goal List Check: I Told Him Relapse Was One Of The Greatest Albums To Me.” ru
Ali, Quez and Strap are obviously everywhere and while the others aren’t, here’s their latest video. After the jump, is the visual aid to their Al Pacino take. wshh
Off their mixtape, The Return Of The Dozen (Volume 2), the Dirty Dozen lets the camera roll for their closing track. Ironically, this is only the beginning.
Last night, Pharrell gave Palladium in NY the premiere of his documentary, Rising Tokyo, which documents his trip to Japan after the earthquake that struck last March. To view the five-part series, click here.
Thirsty! Shawnna grinds her way and makes a splash with her latest viral. Obviously, we recommend this to be viewed on mute.
We’re not too sure who gave DeAndre the crown, but last night he released 18 titles of new music. Tracklist and download link after the jump. Uh, peace ya highness.