Jay and Bleek fade back to black as they perform a snippet of “Allure.” Afterward, the tandem rock out to track eight off the Dynasty album, before the sound blows.
Before rocking the Blender Theater last night, William H. stopped by Funkmaster Flex’s show on Hot Nine-Seven. No freestyles here, but he reveals that he now owns his maters. Later in the interview he talks about how artists need to be embrace technology, the 9/11 concert, T-Pain’s fuckery, and In My Lifetime Vol. 1 Break 1: Break 2: Break 3: Break 4:
When word broke that Ghost was doing an R&B album, I was a bit leery. But as it turns out Starks isn’t singing. In fact, he’s spitting harder than before. Here’s the last leak we’ll post off the LP. Be sure to support the Wizard September 29th. Ghost is a name you can trust.
By popular demand, Hov and Bleek run through the unofficial anthem of Medina. I’m representing Queens, they were raised out in Brooklyn.
Taking time out from his photoshoot with Murder Dog magazine, Nip speaks on his globetrotting and reveals that he was taking college courses despite never graduating high school. Nip and Cam must’ve been classmates. X
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”v_vs_m”] Before performing “Venus vs. Mars”, listen as the crowd chants “Fuck T-Pain!” Yikes. So you fans are so mean and vicious.
Last night, Hov held a court at the Blender Theater in the Gramercy Park section of Manhattan. Here, he opens up his set with “Run This Town” and follows up with “Hater” and “Dirt Off Your Shoulder”