360 appeared last Tuesday on Tony Toca’s show on Shade 45. Before the close of his interview, he recited a pair of rhymes over Nas’ “Memory Lane” and “Can’t Forget About You”. Based off his previous material, 60 should’ve gone harder.
Two nights ago, 360 catered to a packed house at the Studio At Webster Hall. The event was hosted by Power 105.1’s Angela Yee and featured Bryant Dope and Denzil Porter. He put on one helluva show and performed cuts from his EP, Everywhere And Back. If you couldn’t make it out, here’s a recap.
360 took it to the streets of Queens last week for the first video off his EP, Everywhere And Back. Here are a few flicks shot under the direction of By Any Means.
The price of fame is cheap. And 360 lets it be known on this soulful recording produced by Maserati Meyers. If you’re in the NYC area, check him out at Webster Hall on July 22nd.
Usher ain’t the only one having girl problems. 360 returns this week with a climatic verse over Mr. Raymond’s groove. Life is easy. Relationships, well, that’s a different story. Download Everywhere And Back here.
Here’s the second clip of 360’s interview with Allhiphop and below is a synopsis of the sit-down. Download Everywhere And Back here. AllHipHop.com speaks to 360 about the battle between being relevant and oversaturating the market, who he feels would be the “ultimate co-sign,” the process behind his “organic” music, and what he believes sets him apart from other MCs.
360 recently stopped by Allhiphop HQs for another set of questions and answers. He explains how he got his name, EP, and pressures of a new rapper. Be sure to download Everywhere And Back here. Several months after its release, 360 made the rounds as the industry began taking more notice to the lyrical wordsmith and songwriter whose Everywhere and Back was one of the most thorough sounding and well-rounded projects in recent memory. Never one to be tired of telling […]