With French Montana, Fat Joe, and DJ Drama looking on, a few of XXL‘s freshman class closed out this afternoons RapFix by going off the top.
“It’s kinda like doing a Jackson 5 album with Boyz II Men. Two different eras, great artists, but Boyz II Men is not the Jackson 5. I don’t bash Cash Money, Birdman, or none of them. It’s really on, I’m just striving on just getting what I deserve, you know, what I put in. Honestly I think Drake is a great artist, I think Wayne is a great artist, but they not the Big Tymers.”
I’m too old to be making dis songs. I’m too wise to be making shots at anybody, but my thing is I’m a business man at the end of it. You can call it whatever you want to call it, but you can’t call it a Big Tymers album.”
Before ending today’s episode of RapFix Live, Lore’l and Oun-P kicked a rhyme for the MTV cameras. DJ Tony Touch also got off the 1s and 2s and cracked the mic.
Following their chat with Sway this afternoon, Wyclef whipped out his guitar for a performance while Kid Ink and Havoc grabbed the mic.
Snoop Lion and Big K.R.I.T. were invited as today’s guests on MTV’s RapFix Live. And with DJ Enuff on the turntables, the pair brought the episode to a close with a few rhymes. Snoop sure let the dogg out.
Qué pasa amigos. Backed by a mariachi band, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis brought their hit single “Can’t Hold Us” to last night’s MTV Movie Awards. The official video drops this Wednesday. Hands up!
With DJ Premier on the 1s and 2s, Troy Ave, A$AP Ferg, Torae and Special Ed brought today’s RapFix Live to a close with a cipher. No cursing guys.
Mac Miller’s turning the big 2-1. In the final episode of his reality TV, he and his Most Dope fam go out with a bang for the celebration. So much for what happens in Vegas staying there. Cheers!
Previously: Ep. 5
Before MTV’s RapFix Live turned their cameras off, ScHoolboy Q ended today’s show with a freestyle. He then passes the mic to Harlem’s Uno and Brick Squad’s Frenchie.