My consecutive streak of dope guests continues as Hustle Gang’s head honcho T.I. and Trae Tha Truth checked in last night. They spoke on their strong G.D.O.D. mixtape, the free agent further explained his 200 million dollar deal goal and his desire to get in business with Yo Gotti, Rich Homie Quan, Jeremih, and Problem. Peep the playlist and whole show here. EVR!
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While in town for tomorrow’s Jordan Brand Classic at the Barclay Center, Drake crashed YN’s “Keep It Thoro” show this evening on East Village Radio. If you weren’t tuned in, here’s what you missed. Part 1: Speaks on his next album, “Started From The Bottom” and “5Am In Toronto”. Part 2: Reveals he plans to release two songs next week, one which initially was a remix to “Started From The Bottom” now a DJ Khaled track with Rick Ross. Part 3: Speaks […]
The producer of Prodigy’s classic song, “Keep It Thoro” reached out to YN’s show which bears the same name to discuss his audio art, his ability to work with a diverse group of artists, and being inspired by the current state of 2012 hip-hop music. Play a game of Russian Roulette and have a blast. Peep playlist and whole show here.
“I would hate me too.” Actor turned MC, Donald Glover dialed up Keep It Thoro this past Friday to speak on gaining respect on the mic, working with Bun B and RZA, and finalizing his Royalty mixtape which drops in two days. Peep playlist and whole show here.
Last Friday, Dom checked in from the Westside to show love to YN and discuss the inspiration behind his Yellow Album, staying relevant in the fast-paced rap game and the process behind creating all-star collabos with Too $hort, Rick Ross and Kendrick Lamar. Get the free LP here. Peep playlist and whole show here.
The Magnificent Jazzy Jeff also dialed up YN to speak on his Summertime 3 mixtape, the creation of the classic “Summertime” and his attempts to get Will Smith to come back to the rap game. Peep playlist and whole show here.
On last Friday’s Keep It Thoro show, French Montana reached out to YN to talk about his potential summer smash, “Pop That“, the Bad Boy/MMG alliance, and bringing Ma$e back to the rap game. Excuse My French due July 17 this Fall? Peep playlist and whole show here.