Uh oh. It’s about to go down. Here is your first look at Lupe and Billy’s upcoming ’bout on tonight’s episode of The O’Reilly Factor. Full interview airs at 8 p.m. on Fox News. lupEND UPDATE: Replaced with full interview.
Just hours ago, Rozay hit the HMV Forum in the UK. Of course, Sumit was present to catch a few of his notable tracks including London’s own Estelle gracing the stage for their duet. Uh, who broke her mic?
Off their LP, When Fish Ride Bicycles, which drops July 12, The Cool Kids and Mayer Hawthorne make a big splash with their new tune. Availabe on iTunes tomorrow, but Pitchfork got the drop to premiere. Mastered at Engine Room Audio. fsd
Mac Miller just hit 500k followers on Twitter and to give back, he just released a track produced by Like of Pac Div featuring Talib Kweli. Thanks, fam.
Looks like Big Sean’s living up to his album’s namesake. This afternoon, he held a meet and greet at the SoHo Adidas Store in NYC. Before making his way into the store, he was engulfed by his fans. Let’s hope the same thing happens when Finally Famous drops on June 28th.
It’s been a strange day so let’s regain our sanity with some of my fave unreleased works from the man born Shawn Corey Carter. His scraps shit on most artists whole catalogues. Ha! SC’s The G.O.A.T.!
Light a candle. Tyler’s avatar turned 62 today. Pardon KRS, your style ain’t bitchie to us. And you’re crazy paid. Ty Kidd Previously: Got Your Hair Did
Santigold stands firm on the first of three covers of the Summer issue of Paper magazine. In the issue, she talks about signing with Roc Nation, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and more. Issue on newsstands June 22.
Produced by David Guetta, E-V-E attempts to obtain our attention with her latest track. This snippet surfaced awhile ago, but RNBX comes through with it in full. Take a seat and fall back ’cause this sucks.
How’s this for irony? The rapper who is most well-known for picking beefs with Hip Hop’s top MCs is writing a book about bullying. Curtis Jackson will be penning a novel titled, Playground, which is centered around a 13-year-old bully “who finds redemption as he faces what he’s done” and is scheduled for a January 2012 release. Fif says: “I had a strong desire to write ‘Playground’ because I wanted to explore how a kid becomes a bully. I drew on events from […]