Before performing with The Ghost, Monch rocked his own set at B.B. King. He comes out to a freestyle and then tells the crowd to get the fuck up with “Simon Says”.
Miami’s big three are all smiles in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated. Sssh, don’t tell Dan Gilbert. the 305 Update: Behind the scenes of the shoot.
[vodpod id=Video.3978429&w=425&h=350&fv=videoId%3D109519845001%26amp%3BplayerId%3D959035280%26amp%3BviewerSecureGatewayURL%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fconsole.brightcove.com%2Fservices%2Famfgateway%26amp%3BservicesURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fservices.brightcove.com%2Fservices%26amp%3BcdnURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fadmin.brightcove.com%26amp%3Bdomain%3Dembed%26amp%3BautoStart%3Dfalse%26amp%3B] So, you want to be in the music business? Well let Jim Jones school you to some things. Over the last several weeks, we’ve documented Jones conducting his music business courses at a Brooklyn High School. FUSE was in the classroom too and filmed Jim during the first three weeks. He also brought guest speakers, manager Yandi Smith, Steven Victor, and E1 president Alan Grumblatt to the sessions. Learn more after the jump.
First off, congrats to Big Boi for landing at number three on the Billboard Charts. After seven days, his solo debut Sir Lucious Left Foot The Son of Chico Dusty moved 62,000 units. Should’ve went triple. Anyway, here’s his cover feature from the Chicago edition of Time Out. Take a break and read after the jump.
Fresh from his performance at T In The Park, Eminem covers the front of NME magazine. Feature article and additional image after the jump.
[vodpod id=Video.4021444&w=425&h=350&fv=] Maurice Garland caught up with Killer Mike Mike Bigga at his Georgia studio. He played a new track entitled “Burn” and said the final verse was spawned from a freestyle. Dope, man. Sweatbox Productions on the beat.
While Capone-N-Noreaga were handling their business at S.O.B.’s, Duck Down Records celebrated their 15th anniversary at B.B. King Bar & Grill in Times Square. There were loads of performances, but here’s one of the first to hit the net. Up top, Styles has “Good Times” and then recites “My Life” with Pharoahe Monch and Mela Machinko.