Yesterday I had the pleasure of interviewing Styles P and Green Lantern at Sirius XM to commemorate the release of the Green Ghost Project. Statik Selektah and Just Blaze, who did a guest DJ set of L.O.X. classics, were also in the building. So hip-hop! The following is the final interview segment of the show where, correct me if I’m wrong, but did Mr. Smith say he’s goin’ Uptown, baby? Hmm. Time will tell.
Gotcha covered, Chef. Yesterday on The Tom Joyner Morning Show, Sade gave a rundown of the artists on her radar. Afterward, she praises Rae for last year’s gem, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 2.
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In between underground favorites, Styles performed his verse off Akon’s “Locked Up”. Then with Sheek on stage, Peniro interacts with the crowd for “Kiss Your Ass Goodbye”. Pardon his back. No, really!
Check out the line up for this year’s Paid Dues Festival. The particular show goes down April 3rd at Nos Events Center in San Bernardino, CA and is hosted by Shade 45’s Angela Yee and DJ Wonder. Bring ya flip cams, fam. Source
[vodpod id=Video.2976137&w=425&h=350&fv=] During Ras Kass’ conversation with The Source, the Golden State Warrior urges his West Coast brethren to help themselves instead of waiting for Dr. Dre’s assistance. If you want something done, you gotta do it yourself.
[vodpod id=Video.2976098&w=425&h=350&fv=] Styles P and Green Lantern’s The Green Ghost Project is in stores today and to show his support, N.O. purchased the album the “fat guy” way: via iTunes. 57 Ave