“Fans get too much caught up in the stats instead of gettin’ caught up into raps.” After finally gettin’ his sequel in stores, how does the Brooklyn baby spend Wed Sept 10. You guessed it? More retail and more radio promo. This internet indy campaign is truly strong. Respect one of the masters. Sidebar: Still goin’. Shallah in Switzerland.
Iovine, Andre, and Gaga. Big business, kids. Heads Up: Freshalina
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[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3538883&w=425&h=350&fv=] Day three and Jose El Gordo explains why he relocated to the Sunshine State. He says Miami sparks his creativity while New York is stuck in the rut. Someone call a tow truck. Previously: You Can Find Fat Joe In The Club Cash Money: Illoniare
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3538795&w=425&h=350&fv=] Is that a cassette? Let’s go back to the hood for Black Thought’s black hoodie rap. The imagery is prettier than a Spike Lee flick, but as smart as I am I still don’t know what’s goin’ on here. I need a lifeline. Ahmir, holla at me, man!
When I ran a publication, I didn’t like rappers visting the premises. Let alone the idea of them performing at my spot—yuck! (You’ll never clear that Lauryn Hill sample, Kanye. Ha!) Well Spin doesn’t feel that way. Wale dusts off one of his old tunes to introduce the rock mag’s new in-office concert series. Pretty innovative. Pardon the rip. Full set here.
“I just gotta be more careful.” After blamin’ it on the Nuvo, blubberin’ about being hated on for five years, and defending the light-skinned regular chick by his side, Faheem uses Drake’s “Successful” instrumental to send an open letter to Hova. Guess this guy doesn’t believe in Twitter. “Alright, so let’s talk about this Jay shit Somedays I wish that I ain’t never say shit And Diddy said, ain’t no excuse for what I did But I felt like he […]