A few days after the release of Brad Paisley and LL Cool J’s audible bomb, the tandem sat with ABC News to discuss the record. LL also explains his comparisons between a du-rag and confederate flag. Some things aren’t always black and white.
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“If you don’t judge my du-rag, I won’t judge your red flag…” Move over NAACP. Country singer Brad Paisley and LL Cool J tackle race relations on this new ditty. Todd’s verse almost makes segregation seem tolerable. For any accidental listeners out there, here’s what Mr. Smith said of their collaboration. “You know, working with Brad was amazing. We did one for his album, which is called ‘Accidental Racist,’ which I think is very thought provoking and very interesting. It’s going to get […]
Q Parker of 112 revisits his “Yes” single and is accompanied with Uncle L and Radio Rah for the remix. His album MANual is currently available now. thisisrnb
James Todd throws up his hood on the cover art for his next album, now titled, Authentic.
In preparation for the release of his forthcoming Authentic album, Uncle L and his
It’s party time. And for
The Grammys host, LL was joined by Chuck D, Travis Barker, Tom Morello and DJ Z-Trip to close out the ceremony by premiering his new track “Whaddup“. They also gave a special tribute to Beastie Boys’ Adam “MCA” Yauch. Never forget. yardie