A few days ago, The New York Times released a portion of their interview with Eminem from this Sunday’s magazine. In the excerpt below, Em comments on his Artist of The Decade Award and explains why he doesn’t like to tour. Billboard magazine has ranked you as the best-selling artist of the past decade.What do you do with all your money? Save it. I save a lot of money by not buying drugs anymore. I invest. I always try to […]
In the June 28 issue of People magazine, Drizzy is featured as the Breakout New Artist and reveals his top five Hip-Hop artists. Jadakiss probably won’t take that lightly. Ha! atf
The last time J.Cole rocked “Who Dat” in New York was when he debuted it at S.O.B.’s three months ago. Ahh, memories. As many saw on last night’s stream, Cole performed this (and other tracks) before a packed house at his “secret show” at the 40/40 sports bar. Funny enough, the venue’s the same place Jermaine attempted to pass his beat CD to Jay-Z four years ago. Unfortunately Jigga wasn’t in the building, but John Mayer was: For others though, […]
Once again, Mr. X to tha Z delivers another eye-catching motion picture. This time it’s over his Scoop DeVille produced track. MMX shaping up to be delicate on the ears. Previously: “Phenom”
Even with Killa and 40’s lingo added, this one’s still hard to decipher. So much for a verbal intercourse.
The folks at Def Jam say this is Shyne’s official street single. Is you rollin’? After the jump are his handwritten lyrics for the hearing impaired.
[vodpod id=Video.3850362&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%3D528718%26amp%3Buri%3Dmgid%3Auma%3Avideo%3Amtv.com%3A528718] Iron Mike called up 1515 and recalled his moments with Afeni’s baby boy. He says their first encounter was at a party in ’91. But dig right, Pac brought 200 other people with him. Ha! God bless the dead. Previously: Sway & Treach Remembers 2Pac