First it was The N.Y. Times. Now, The L.A. Times is giving Pill their seal approval. Here’s what scribe Jeff Weiss had to say: Along with his most recent mix tape, “The Prescription: 4180,” the video [Trap Goin Ham] establishes Pill as perhaps the most promising Atlanta rapper since the Dungeon Family — one capable of toeing the line between book and street smarts, conscious without being condescending, and blessed with a flow as ferocious as the healthcare debate. And […]
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3440886&w=425&h=350&fv=] More VMA red carpet action as Swizz speaks on the tender tweets he exchanged with A Keys awhile back. Yup, that’s one RR brought to you first. I can’t prove it since we’re still backin’ up our old content on the new site. But my homegirl Freshalina knows, so that’s good enough for me. Props: Creekmur’s Castle
In an article in the new Details magazine appropriately entitled “Tears of A Hip Hop Clown“, the super-producer who lost it all, brags about all the Hollywood hotties he bagged back in his heyday. After a bong hit, Storch loosens up a bit and the conversation turns to his sexual conquests. Tops among them? “Kim Kardashian—she was amazing,” he says. (She denies she and Storch had sex.) “Dude, she really is so fucking hot,” Linder affirms from the pool table. […]
This MJ remix shit is outta control. The shuffling drums are cool and all, but you really can’t fuck with perfection. Oh and this reminds me; of course that’s not me in the credits of BP3. The genius that is No ID, is “E. Wilson”. He prefers Dion. But his mama named him Ernest.
Here’s another cut from Sir Prestige. Houston Presto Vol.2: The Playoffs is fixing to be a blowout. Previously: Dustin Prestige “The Underdawg”
Funny, I looked up this address too when I heard “Empire State of Mind.” The folks at NYmag paid a visit to 560 State St. in the Boerum Hill section of Brooklyn. On the aforementioned track, Hov mentions the address as a former stash house. Apparently in ’96-’97, Jigga not only laid his hat, but his work, in Apt. 10B. According to lifelong residents, Jay was a respectful and cordial neighbor. Guess they were the soft ones. Heads Up: SRD
Another one from the baritone brother from the Chi. Previously: YN’s Breakaday: He’s A Rider