A week after quenching “Thirsty” palates, 360 returns with a dope cautionary tale over Rihanna’s hit. Everybody wants their cake and yours too. If you haven’t already, download his EP Everywhere And Back here.
A few days before the L.A. Lakers fell to the OKC Thunder, DJ Booth TV had a pow wow with 360. He said he used to cut J.Cole’s hair during his days at St. John’s University and was one of his earliest supporters. Later on, he talked about growing up in Queens and his recent EP Everywhere And Back.
Coming off the heels off Everywhere And Back, 360 flips Kanye’s “Mercy” for you thirsty boys and girls. The events in the second verse are so true to life.
A few weeks back, 360 hooked up with Jadakiss to hear his standout track, “Woulda Kid”. The song samples Kiss’ verse from “Sound Bwoy Burriel”. At the 1:44 mark, Kiss says he’s going to hop on the remix. This should be good. Check out the record below and download Everywhere and Back here.
360 celebrated 4/20 last week as a guest on Sway In The Morning. With actor John Witherspoon in the building, he spoke on his origins and EP, Everywhere And Back. Afterward, he set the microphone on fire with a freestyle over M-O-B-B’s classic. Interview Freestyle UPDATE: Now with video
[vodpod id=Video.16400110&w=540&h=350&fv=] There’s been a lot of talk surrounding 360 since the release of his Everywhere And Back. And in his first interview, he explains to MTV how he hooked up with J.Cole and the meaning behind his project. 6-0’s debut EP, Everywhere and Back, which was released as a free download on his website at the top of April, is a collection of 10 original tracks. The promising rap rookie displays a consistently fluid flow, clever wordplay and a […]
Earlier this week, 360 held a listening/release party at the Midtown Loft & Terrace for his excellent debut, Everywhere And Back. It was a packed house and later that night, he gave a performance of “Drink and Celebrate” and “What Goes Up”. Download Everywhere And Back for free here.