The Wall Street Journal caught up with Nas and in between talks of Distant Relatives he shares his thoughts on Jay-Z’s New York anthem. WSJ: In 1994 you put out a song called “N.Y. State of Mind.” Jay-Z recently had a huge hit with his anthem “Empire State of Mind.” What did you think of his track? Nas: It’s just keeping that whole thing alive—this New York thing. There are a lot of people complaining about New York hip-hop, about […]
This is Gooch’s first recording since his release from the pokey. It’s off Sean’s upcoming mixtape, Inkwell and unfortunately, the beat’s the real star on this particular one. But you can geek to it if you want to. Dirty Glove Bastard
[vodpod id=Video.3647743&w=425&h=350&fv=] While out in Paris for his album’s listening session, the son of Chico Dusty fields questions from the press on the album title, upcoming projects, and the new music scene coming out of his hometown. Can’t wait for that musical nuclear bomb July 6th. We feel the funk already. Sidebar: Daddy Fat Sax says Andre 3000 produced a Yelawolf collabo.
I wish this joint was tighter but I’m happy Bazerk and the bunch are finally back. It’s been a long time. Only 19 years. Ha. Reminisce on the other side. Unkut
[vodpod id=Video.3647257&w=425&h=350&fv=id%3D19895468%26vid%3D7509287%26lang%3Den-us%26intl%3Dus%26thumbUrl%3Dhttp%253A%2F%2Fl.yimg.com%2Fa%2Fp%2Fi%2Fbcst%2Fvideosearch%2F14730%2F107647121.jpeg%26embed%3D1] Puff’s next stop is the big screen and before Get Him To The Greek opens in theaters June 4th, here are two clips featuring Sean Combs Sergio Roma. Up top, Sergio wilds out on his fellow staff members and down below is the chase scene. You can not out run me. I am Black.
This summer, Sosa plans to follow up on his ’95 debut with Doe or Die 2 and with the first leak, we see the sufferings through his eyes. Produced by Frank Dukes and cuts by Statik Selektah. Nah Right
Well I think my crush has officially been reinstated too. And she is a rockstar. Here’s a sneak peek from a wigged-out Ri Ri.