Looks good in the subject line, but until we find out what exactly was created in the studio, FSD shares a photo op of the three at work. More flicks including Mr. Ocean and Cocaine 80s’ James Fauntleroy below.
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After nearly 20 years in the game, No I.D.’s resume reads like a hip-hop Who’s Who. But last week, he told MTV that he plans on getting into the lab with Mr. Marshall Mathers. This should make for an interesting combination.
Mikkey puts his inner city struggles on to the small screen for the first visual off his latest mixtape, Castro. Produced by No I.D. and directed by Alex Wessly. We see you Common.
No I.D. and Com sure make good music together. Today, the producer treated the Internet with an unreleased record. Dope, but sounds like Com phoned the vocals in.
“Yellow nigga, but you not on my Rap Radar. You can ask Elliott, they delicate (What up YN)” You can’t bring
photo: michael feeney Hours before the release of Nas’ album, Life Is Good, Team Epiphany spearheaded the Moët Rose Lounge event last night in NYC’s meatpacking district. Yours truly bailed at the last minute, but Hov, Beyonce, Busta Rhymes, Jermaine Dupri, Swizz Beatz, No I.D. and a host of others were in attendance. Q-Tip and DJ Wonder handled DJ duties. Here are a few pics from the night’s festivities.
On the red carpet of the ASCAP Awards, Def Jam VP and producer No I.D. tells MTV that Kanye’s next album may arrive later this year. “He’s coming right after that. I’m not working on that [Cruel Summer] album, I’m working on his album. This is Kanye. You know what to expect from the family. He hasn’t missed yet, so don’t expect him to miss. It’s what you expect and everything you don’t expect.”