Yesterday, Freddie G. stopped by the Rap Radar Mansion and spoke on his feature in LA Weekly. Gibbs was the first rapper (solo) to front the publication in over 20 years. He also speaks on the coverage from The New Yorker, L.A. Times, and Post-Tribune. Read all about it.
[vodpod id=Video.2901869&w=425&h=350&fv=] Officer Ricky and Jed Clampett boast about their female dogs in this new music video. Take that, Positive K. Splash
“Nick, do you see that cab? It’s available” After interviewing the Mob Squad, Nick takes the elevator downstairs in hopes to catch a ride with Jay-Z. When Nick finally makes it downstairs, Jay leaves him. So did Jeezy. So did Trey. With friends like these, who needs enemies. Ha! YK2
Chuck T graces the front of this week’s edition of Rolling Out. The feature is available to read here and carries the headline “No Mo’ Drama”. No drama, from Game? Psssh, yeah right. HHNM
[vodpod id=Video.2901762&w=425&h=350&fv=] Roll up some greenery and enjoy this latest visual from Uncle Snoop. So smooth. So high. So far gone. Props: OS Related: More from Malice
Hock returns with his second leak off his upcoming mixtape, .25 The Taste: Adventures of Inhale and Exhale. Try not to combust. Previously: Where’s Your Coat
In the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of Spin, the magazine crowns the pride of Toronto “Rapper Of The Year”. His collabo with Trey Songz on “Successful” earned him the #10 spot for Top 20 Best Songs while his LP EP So Far Gone snagged the #9 spot for Top 40 Best Albums. Screenshots from the article after the jump. Heads Up: Karla