Fuck the law! But last night at Emo’s, Asher Roth and Nottz enforced it by performing their Rawth EP track and Peter Rosenberg was there to get it on film.
Peter Rosenberg continues his hilarious chat with Odd Future, where the collective share their musical interests growing up as well as a debate over Earl Sweatshirt and an 18 year-old Nasir. Earl or Illmatic? Go!
For those who care, Josh Xantus’ record is still getting the remix treatment. But this time the Statik Selektah-produced hit gets a southern twist with Waka and Ace Hood in the mix. hhnm via bf
Light Skinned Jermaine is also down in Austin for SXSW and during the BET Music Matters showcase, he let go the same freestyle he did at House of Blues in L.A., but with a few more bars. heads up: kingz Sidebar: Unreleased pre-Warm Up, “The Good Son Pt. 1″ via J.Cole Nation
[vodpod id=Video.5794013&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] It seems like Hit Boy is everywhere nowadays and Mikey Fresh was able to get a quick chat with the producer at SXSW. He speaks on a few upcoming projects and reveals how the track “My God” came about. Sidebar: Fear Of God Alternative Artwork
After a few members of the Wu-Tang Clan closed out the 2011 Village Voice and Frank 151 Showdown, Badu transformed into her alter-ego, DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown and took over the 1s and 2s.
During an interview with the LA Leakers, DJ Quick reflects on working with Nate Dogg and recalls a time Nate recorded a track on one take during a studio session. R.I.P. Nate The Great. Earlier: The Book Of David Cover & Tracklist