[vodpod id=Video.12369970&w=540&h=350&fv=] Before the release of Rae and Nasir’s video this week, LRG brings a two part series of the pair backstage during their performance and shoot in Olso, Norway. In the first part, Esco recalls his first encounter with Shallah. Shaolin Vs Wu-Tang in stores now.
Lonnie and Nasir trade verses in this snippet believed to be on Common’s upcoming album, The Dreamer, The Believer. Full version drops June 23. fsd UPDATE: Nasir leaks it. Produced by No I.D. Happy 4th of July weekend, y’all.
While discussing Mellow Hype and Earl Sweatshirt with Pitchfork, Odd Future’s Hodgy Beats elaborates more on the upcoming Nas-featured track. #swag Pitchfork: What’s the status of the Nas collaboration? HB: The song is almost finished. We’re just waiting on a verse. It will be Frank Ocean, Tyler, Hodgy Beats, and Nas. I’m just stoked to be on a song with him. I know I’ll meet him eventually. When I was younger, I met his father on an airplane. That was tight.
Everybody wants a piece of Odd Future and apparently Nas wants some too. A rep from the collective has confirmed with XXL that the group has laid a track for Esco’s tentatively titled LP, Life Is Good. Last month, Esco told MTV that he and Frank Ocean have recorded numerous tracks. No word on if those are in any relation to his album. Hey, an Earl feature would be cool.
Back in March, Shallah and Esco hit Club Juicy for their afterparty following their show at Sentrum Scene in Oslo. KingSize was able to capture the pair perform their duet while shooting the video. Shaolin Vs Wu-Tang in stores now.
[vodpod id=Video.11061119&w=540&h=350&fv=] Nasir is having some mixed feelings with the current title of his next album . While discussing his street single, “Nasty” with MTV, Esco says that there’s a possible chance he may change the title Life Is Good. “A lot of people around me didn’t understand where I was coming from. They kinda thought I was saying, “Let’s pop bottles, we’re rich, everything’s good.” That’s not where I was coming from, so there’s another title that came, that kind of fits a little better, and […]
Nas Back? To the essence of the young MC from QB? Hey, I’m with it. More metaphors. Less messages.