Soul Culture continues their discussion with Van Gibbs’ son who reveals that Nas recorded a remix for Sade’s “Lovers Rock” back in 2001 that never came out. Damn, we need to hear that pronto. Sidebar: Hey maybe Esco wasn’t lyin’.
“Gary gangsta yes I’m no longer a stranger/ Yo I get love out on the West Coast like I ball for the Lakers” Gangsta Gibbs paid a visit to Power 106 and blesses the mic with a performance of his “Crushin’ Feelin’s” off Straight Killa No Filla. Told y’all dude got skills.
Here’s some new material from Chuck Taylor, produced by Cool & Dre. Pay attention to the second verse. Name drops fo’ days. Bottom Feeder UPDATE: Remember this guy was supposed to do all those mixtapes?
That flick takes you back, right? Ha. Anyways, like I hinted at yesterday (wink, wink) Just is movin’ his hit-makin’ operation Uptown. That’s right, Red 5 is movin’ into the recording complex, Stadium Red. HipHopDX got Mr. Smith’s official statement: “I’m looking forward to setting up shop with the guys at Stadium Red. I’ve been in this business for 13 years and their vision and drive are the perfect complement to what I look to build during the next phase […]
This afternoon Perez Hilton and plenty of his fellow gossip mongers, ran a report that Slim and his infamous former flame, Kim were back together again. Well Team Marshall has quickly rebuffed that talk, here’s the official statement. “Contrary to false rumors spread by unreliable tabloids, Marshall and Kim Mathers are not romantically reunited in any way, nor are they expecting a child together. They are a divorced couple who share custody of their daughter and maintain a friendly relationship.” […]
Talib announced today the release date for his and Hi-Tek’s upcoming album. Mark your calendars.
[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.919904&w=425&h=350&fv=videoId%3D64626105001%26playerId%3D1119642854%26viewerSecureGatewayURL%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fconsole.brightcove.com%2Fservices%2Famfgateway%26servicesURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fservices.brightcove.com%2Fservices%26cdnURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fadmin.brightcove.com%26domain%3Dembed%26autoStart%3Dtrue%26] While discussing his writing process at the BMI “How I Wrote That Song” panel, Lonnie says it was conversation with a prostitute that inspired him to pen the track, “It’s Your World” off his Be album. Catch a date, trick. VIBE Sidebar: Common Gushers Over Serena Previously: Nas On The BMI “How I Wrote That Song” Panel