The verdict’s still out on whether or not Nas wrote a letter to the exces at Def Jam. Nonetheless, The Source caught up with him this past weekend at the NY Heineken Inspire event and asked about the status of Lost Tapes 2. He says, as of now, there’s no release date for it—nor his next album.
Jay-Z held his second book signing for Decoded at the Barnes & Noble in midtown NY this afternoon. Cameras weren’t allowed inside, but here’s footage of him leaving the store. As you can see, the turnout was pretty overwhelming. Head to your local retailer and pick up Decoded—that is, if it’s not sold out. Sidebar: Bloomberg Game Changer: Jay-Z
Pill is back once again this week with some more new music. This is supposedly going to end up on his upcoming album, The Medicine. Sounds like something we gotta have. papa smirf Previously: Pill “#NoSleepGang”
[vodpod id=Video.4932347&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D597308%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A597308] Similar to Drizzy’s documentary, Nicki got her own as well. As we previously reported, the cameras follow her during the time she recorded her album and performing at various events. Looks pretty interesting, so catch it on MTV, November 28th at 10pm.
Did this shock ya? Ha! The first magazine I’ve edited in three years hits newsstands on Dec. 7. More details on the way.
Polo Dro revealed the features of TIP’s next album earlier this week, but here’s the complete line-up featured in the second promo for No Mercy. Let’s see who supports The Kang on December 7. Previously: Part 1
Jermaine discusses his recent mixtape and Jay Electronica’s signing with Complex, and details how his stand out verse from his G.O.O.D. Friday appearance came into fruition. “[That verse] was last minute. I got the beat the night before from my manager. But nobody told me they wanted to do it for G.O.O.D. Friday, and definitely not that G.O.O.D. Friday. I was like, ‘Oh man, that beat is dope. I’ll write to it soon.’ The next day I woke up in […]