It’s always fun riding Slaughterhouse. And during their trek overseas, Joe gets into an altercation with a janky promoter. Back in the U.S., Joell and Crook speak on their experience at Summer Jam and visit to 106 & Park. Previously: Pt. 1
Travis Porter’s From Day 1 is in stores now. And during the debut’s release party at the Key Club, they brought out Kid Ink and Mike Posner during their performance.
Mouse ain’t the only one with the hottest pool parties. For Kid Ink’s new viral, he shows that he too can make a big splash. Have you been Up & Away yet?
K.R.I.T.’s album, Live From The Underground debuted at #4 this week, and to thank all the fans for all their support, he decided to release a track that he produced. You’re far too kind.
As of late, New York City radio wars having been heating up. And at the vanguard is Power 105.1’s A.M. team, The Breakfast Club. In an interview with Al Lindstrom, hosts DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God speak on their rise to number one and competing against Hot 97. Charlamagne’s right, Chick-Fil-A does taste better. Ha!
Donny G is more than likely warmin’ up for a new mixtape. But for right now, he quickly exercises his flow over MMG’s “So Sophisticated”. Hurry up, before it gets too cold.
filmed: TheDarkNyte. With Curren$y’s new album, The Stoned Immaculate, recently released on June 5th, we thought it would be cool to pick Spitta’s brain about his favorite samples used on the album. Thus, Breaks With Curren$y was born. For the fourth and final installment, Spitta talks a bit about his collaboration with Big K.R.I.T. and Wiz Khalifa entitled “Jet Life”. Be sure to check out a break from Spitta’s album below.