Bun B and BMX rider Nigel Sylvester were partners in this year’s Gumball 3000 rally. After traveling from New York to Nevada, here’s a recap of their cross country adventure.
Nas was up early this morning with Soledad O’Brien on CNN’s Starting Point. He spoke on his motivation behind the record and using the “dreaded” N-Word. Nigga please. Life Is Good on July 17th.
[kyte.tv appKey=MarbachViewerEmbedded&uri=channels/449330/1672789&tbid=273034&p=5296&height=350&width=540] Consequence broke bread with Power 105’s morning crew to speak on writing for Kanye, Pusha vs Weezy, advising Big Sean, and the state of Hip-Hop. After the break, his frequent collaborator Pooch Hall spoke on their track, his BET The Game series and busted a few more of his own raps.
After his interview during last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Cee-Lo Green brought out the mob to close out the show with their victorious anthem. Uh, winning.
Kay Slay’s more than just a DJ. Five years ago, he got into publishing and created the men’s magazine, Straight Stuntin. He’s also set to release his graffiti book, The Master Of Dezasters. But despite his brand extension, music is still the cornerstone. And later this year, he plans drop his fourth and final album, Rhyme Or Die. In our last segment, Slay discusses being the Black Hugh Hefner and the state of hip-hop. Rap Radar Interviews Kay Slay Pt.1 | Rap Radar […]
With “21 Questions” providing the background sound, Curtis made an unexpected appearance on the shopping network to push his $250+ SMS headphones. What a sell out—the headphones that is. rap-up
School’s out, but on Monday, Snoop and Wiz premiered their film, Mac & Devin Go to High School at the Fonda Theater. Here’s a clip of the two presenting the film, which drops on DVD in July. UPDATE: Recap of the premiere