Kiss The Ring is in stores now. On Monday, The We The Best boss and Mavado stopped by the Evil Genius’s show to talk about the album. Khaled
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The Evil Genius takeovers the mixtape circuit with his new collection off exclusives from just about everybody who is anybody in the game. Get into the game after the jump.
DJ Green Lantern’s teenage son Najee, is trying his hand at rap and recorded a response to Nas’ “Daughters”. Esco even endorsed the song with a retweet on his Twitter page. With a little more improvement, this could be a sign of good things to come. Sincerely yours, Rap Radar.
On the eve of his album’s release, Nas stopped by Hip-Hop Nation’s Invasion Radio. He spoke on his writing process, ESPYs performance, “A Queens Story”, musical taste, crafting his albums and more. Sidebar: Nas Breaks Down Life Is Good
The wait is over. Hosted by DJ Green Lantern, .38 Spesh finally arrives with his long-awaited project. Peep the 21 titles and download link below.
With DJ Green Lantern on the 1s and 2s, Nasir provided the soundtrack for this evening’s ESPY Awards performing “Nasty”, “The Don” and “Summer On Smash” with Swizzy. Life Is Good next Tuesday. yardie
DJ Green Lantern documents .38 in the cooker listening to various beats by Preemo and the pair crafting their upcoming track, “No More”. We’re expecting nothing but good things to come out of this.
During his Paris show last Tuesday, Nas spoke on his musical influence then segued into Life Is Good‘s third track with a Marvin Gaye sample flipped by DJ Green Lantern and the Z band. Nice mix.
Before leaving the Hip-Hop Nation premises, here’s what happened when K.Dot and Ab-Soul were put on da spot with Esco’s “Daughters”. Not saying the interview was less important.
Last week, K. Dot and Ab-Soul swung by DJ Green Lantern’s radio show to discuss Slaughterhouse comparisons and the West Coast scene. Below, ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock call into the show.