Produced by Young L from The Pack, Freezer goes extremely HAM with his latest recording. Off his joint project with Diamond Supply Co., Diamond In The Ruff. Artwork designed by FrankTheButcher in honor of the people in Japan. miss info
[vodpod id=Video.5861348&w=540&h=350&fv=browseCarouselUI%3Dhide%26amp%3Bvid%3D24665068%26amp%3Brepeat%3Dtrue%26amp%3B] On the Yahoo series The Daily Ticker, author Zack O’Malley Greenburg speaks on Jay-Z transitioning from the street corner to the corner office. Zack’s book on the matter, Empire State Of Mind is out now. B. Dot recommends it. heads up: yardie
The Kentucky Wildcats advanced to the Final Four yesterday after pouncing on the North Carolina Tarheels (76-69). Following their victory, Jay-Z congratulated the team inside their locker room. This isn’t the first rapper with an affinity for the Wildcats though. Last year, Drake met with head coach John Calipari. Below guard Darius Miller speaks on meeting Hov.
Early last year, Sade declined to work with Drake and said she shunned collaborations. But now, it seems the singer has had a change of heart. For her upcoming Ultimate Collection set, she teamed up with Jay-Z for the remix to her track, “Moon & The Sky”. The project is to be released May 3rd and can be pre-ordered here. UPDATE: The joint is produced by Drake’s right-hand man, Noah “40” Shebib.
[vodpod id=Video.5818960&w=540&h=350&fv=config%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.realgravity.com%2Fcached%2Fapi%2Fstaticplayerxml%2Fc0e00780-d58f-012d-2afb-12313b079c51%2Fed0b4744397c1cdcc15eef879349a602000a%3Fembedded%3Dtrue] During SXSW, B.Dot wasn’t the only one who spoke with Young Guru. Mr. Keaton told Mikey Fresh that Ye & Jay’s Watch The Throne album is nearly complete as well as confirmed some of the producers on the project, and even hints at a upcoming Jay-Z project. “Right now, I’m really trying to get Jay and Kanye to hurry up and finish this Watch The Throne album because the world needs to hear it,” Guru tells VIBE during […]
If you were at South By Southwest last week, chances are you ran into engineer, Young Guru. Before fine tuning Jay-Z and Roc-A-Fella recordings, Guru did his thing behind the 1s and 2s. And now as Hov’s tour DJ, he’s getting back to his first love. While at Nice Kicks in Austin, Guru explains why he’s getting back to DJing and reveals plans of a mixtape series. Previously: Young Guru Presents: A Little Biggie 101
Pardon my shaky camerawork during Mr. West’s verse, I had to tussle with some eager drunk fans to get this footage but here’s the opener of the ‘Ye-Jay set from the VEVO show. Watch The Throne is still on the way. The dynamic duo closed things out with “Big Pimpin’” below for the Texas crowd. RIP Pimp C. Happy Born Day, Bun B.