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.
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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.”
[tweet https://twitter.com/#!/RevRunWisdom/status/186488267196211200] Watch what you say to Daniel or his fam? Well here’s an unexpected arrival—a leaked unreleased diss track in response to J.Cole’s “Purple Rain“. KC notes he spit the first verse for Beats By Dre last year. Produced by No I.D.
Common sure knows what the people want. Here’s his latest, with No I.D. on the track again. The Dreamer/The Believer in stores in just one week. Video shot.
Early this morning, No I.D. revealed the tracklist to Common’s upcoming album. From the looks of it, this is going to be something to watch out for. The Dreamer, The Believer hits stores on December 20th.
“Sweet ass bitch muthafucka” While we wait for Common’s The Dreamer, The Believer to drop next month, Flex lets loose what should be his next single produced by No I.D. Ain’t nothing sweet over here. This is tough. Video coming soon. UPDATE: No tags. Clean.
During today’s The Morning Riot in the Chi, the newly appointed Executive VP at Def Jam discussed Irv’s pitch, the creative process behind Com’s The Dreamer, The Believer, the next single and more. fsd
Cali-based trio finally comes off their collaboration with No I.D. This will be featured on their next project, The DiV on November 8. Let the greatness begin.
For years, producer No I.D. has been the man behind the boards. But now, he’s taking his talents to the boardroom as an Executive Vice President of A&R at Def Jam. “I’m (now) executive VP of Def Jam. I’m going to keep on doing what I’m doing and take it to another level.Def Jam is a cultural staple. It’s not just a label, it’s part of the culture that I came up in and that I’ve been involved with for […]