Closing out Al Lindstrom‘s end of the year awards are Most Valuable Player and Label Of The Year. Once again, YN and the usual suspects weigh in on the Internet’s most talked-about topics. Previously: Most Improved MC | Rookie Of The Year; 6th Man | Album
The Roots were in the DMV at the 9:30 club for the past two nights and according to my lil’ sister, they were incredible. And during Monday’s show, ?uest and F. Knuckles went head-to-head on the sticks. Give both drummers some, will ya? Black Thought after the jump.
Buck and the Outlawz have done numerous collaborations, but today, they bring forth their latest thanks to Jordan Tower Films. wshh
[vodpod id=Video.5217195&w=425&h=350&fv=config%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.realgravity.com%2Fcached%2Fapi%2Fstaticplayerxml%2Fc0e00780-d58f-012d-2afb-12313b079c51%2F0d4a56f0f1001cc50f1c3f880bedc24b%3Fembedded%3Dtrue] Producer Bangladesh recently sat down with VIBE and talked about Pusha’s anticipated upcoming solo album slated for next year. As far as production goes, he says that he gave Push some upbeat and aggressive beats. Sounds G.O.O.D. to us. Previously: Bangladesh On Studio Session With Pusha T
Juelz and his Skull Gang took their talents to South Beach in this clip shot by Jordan Tower Films. The track is two years old, but here we are with the visual today. wshh
Marsha Ambrosius pulled out her laptop Monday night and gave a rendition of Teena Marie’s “Yes Indeed” at Dingwalls in North London. The singer also reveals that Lady T also approved of her covering her favorite track. Sounds good indeed. soulcultureUK
It’s four days before 2011, and to celebrate the new year, X to the V jumps five years ahead of our time with his latest track. Seven on the beat. kingz