Kendrick recently taped his interview with Gilles Peterson
Nicki’s still on her UK excursion and popped a squat on Graham Norton’s couch. She discussed deleting her Twitter, Super Bowl performance, the meaning of “Beez In The Trap” and more.
“What about ’em?… Nothing, shit to piss old white people off like you.” During their visit in the UK, Stephen Smith of BBC Newsnight‘s sat down with Odd Future for a interview to discuss their aggressive lyrics and their merchandise. Hilarious!
“This is about to get real embarrassing” You damn right. Across the pond, Katy Perry and her Yankee fitted hit the
[vodpod id=Video.15913946&w=540&h=350&fv=config_settings_skin%3Dblack%26amp%3Bconfig_settings_suppressRelatedLinks%3Dtrue%26amp%3Bplaylist%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww%252Ebbc%252Eco%252Euk%252Fiplayer%252Fplaylist%252Fp00mzw1m%26amp%3Bconfig_settings_showFooter%3Dtrue%26amp%3B] Francis Ocean speaks to BBC News on Odd Future’s influence on his music, working with The Throne and Beyonce as well as what we can expect of his commercial debut coming in the spring. “It succinctly defines me as an artist for where I am right now and that was the aim, just to make something that represents where you are at that time. It’s about the stories. If I write 14 stories that I love, then the next step […]
During their recent visit to BBC Radio 1
The Bullitts, Lucy Liu and Jay Electronica recently gave a live rendition of “Close Your Eyes” on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show. The UK band also performed “Landspeeder“. Open your eyes and check it out. Previously: “Run & Hide“
Jay-Z made more radio rounds while in the UK and during his interview with BBC’s Natalie Jamieson, he speculates that in 2018, maybe he’d run for U.S. President. “Give me a chance. Maybe in eight years, I’ll be the president. In order to judge someone, you have to judge what they inherit In order to get to that sort of success and that dream, you have to go through some peaks and valleys. He [Pres. Obama] inherited the worst economy, […]
Mo’ cookies. No apple juice. “Roc Boys” wasn’t the only song Hov performed at Jo Whiley’s house for the BBC Radio 1. Here’s a stripped down take of “Encore,” the song produced by Mr. Carter’s pal, Kanye West. See it all comes together. And yup, a lil “Thank You” at the end. Owww.