It’s a Queens thing, man. Last night, Consequence filmed his performance for the new season of Love & Hip-Hop New York. 360 warmed up the crowd with “Own Thing” and “What Goes Up.” Cons then followed up and brought out Lil Fame of M.O.P.
“All my life I been signed to the ROC, I got my YE up, then all the JAY’s rushed, I RIRI’d up, the game COLE, so I freezed up…” 360 returns to the blogosphere with a new recording over Hit-Boy’s sound bed. Tight freestyles and cliques go hand and hand. Download Everywhere & Back here.
3-6-0 paid DJ Green Lantern and Boss Lady a visit this Monday on Invasion Radio. With Jay’s “So Ghetto” instrumental, the Queens rapper did his thing on the mic. Hit ‘em with the Stevie J. Ha!
The straight and narrow path is usually the road less traveled. And in 360′s new video directed by SNKNY, he takes a more cinematic approach. Dope treatment. Download Everywhere And Back here.
The “Adorn” remixes continue on. And today, 360 adds two verses to Miguel’s hit tune. Hey ladies, listen up.
After kicking a freestyle, 360 chopped it up with the folks over at Thisis50. He spoke on Queens origins, Everywhere & Back EP, and not selling out. Jack Thriller’s right: If money doesn’t buy happiness, you’re shopping at the wrong place.
With By Any Means in the director’s chair, 360 throws a backyard jam in his new visual aid. This is what the summer is all about. Off his EP, Everywhere And Back which you can check out here.