During Common’s interview on Hip-Hop Nation last week, he performed his controversial track. Oh, how sweet the sound. “Ghetto Dreams” below.
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While on air, Preemo explains the screening process behind the BET Hip-Hop Award Cyphers. He then goes on to say that he banned Justin Bieber from participating because he wanted Ludacris to write his rhymes. Good call Preem. You gotta put in your own work around here, Shawty Mane. missinfo
Future stopped by Invasion Radio this past week and after explaining the inspiration behind his hit, “Tony Montana,” DJ Green Lantern convinced him to do a freestyle. Too bad he was reluctant to tell him it sucked.
While Jermaine was in New York awhile back, he stopped by DJ Envy’s show on Hip Hop Nation and gave an in studio performance of his album’s title track. If you haven’t copped the number one album in the America, it’s available now!
Freddie Gibbs used the last 120 seconds of his interview on DJ Green Lantern‘s Invasion Radio this past week for a quick freestyle.
While DJ Premier and Nas were in San Bernardino, California last weekend for Rock The Bells, they phoned into Live From HeadQuaterz on Hip-Hop Nation. Nas spoke on his debut and says the sequel to Belly 2 lies on DMX. Don’t count on it.
Yelawolf called Green Lantern and Boss Lady last night on Invasion Radio. During their conversation, Yela explained why he’s no longer using Twitter and due to the leaking of an unfinished version of “Gangsta Of Love”, he says the track will no longer be his first single nor appear on Radioactive.
The Broad Street Bully appeared on Green Lantern’s Invasion Radio show last night and displayed a few of his latest lyrics over the airwaves. B. Sig back? UPDATE: Now with footage. [vodpod id=Video.11163970&w=540&h=350&fv=]
Rick Ross brought Meek Mill, Pill, and Stalley to Green Lantern’s Invasion Radio last night on Hip-Hop Nation. After listening to their 12 minute freestyle click here and purchase Self Made. UPDATE: Now with visual.
During Preemo‘s broadcast of Live from HQ this week, he informed listeners that the father of hip-hop, DJ Kool Herc, is currently hospitalized. He says the pioneer doesn’t have health insurance to cover the medical cost and is seeking for the public’s assistance. UPDATE: Donations can be made here: Kool Herc Production PO Box 20472 Huntington Station, NY 11746 PayPal to: [email protected] Previously: Jay-Z Pays Homage To DJ Kool Herc