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 […]
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[vodpod id=Video.12900727&w=540&h=350&fv=] If the trailer had you on the edge of your seat, Brian “B.Kyle” Atkins lets his camera roll and gives us in-depth look at Common, Nas and No I.D. creating their track. This is the stuff that dreams are made of.
Producer Symbolic One and Nas dap up during a recent visit at No I.D.’s pad. S1 kept things on the hush, but states Nasir’s next set is amazing and a beat he’s crafted for Esco may possibly be a go. thanks: marek kamarýt
Rap-Up caught up with Jermaine out West. He explains the meaning behind the title of his upcoming debut Cole World: The Sideline Story and reveals the producers involved on the project. He also says that he’s still waiting on his verse from Jay-Z. Hear how it sounds on September 27th.
Andrew states that Cocaine 80s is a collective consisting of No I.D., Common and many others. With no heads up, they have just released their The Pursuit EP. One of the songs is a new Common track with No I.D. on the production.
CyHi’s new mixtape, Royal Flush 2 drops tomorrow, but this evening Omen gives us one of the tracks featuring his fellow G.O.O.D. Music fam. Production by Kanye West and No I.D. Pete Rock, anyone?
Art: Ty Kidd A lot of hype on that Big Sean project. Mostly, thanks to one man. This mix is for my fellow E. Wilson. Ha!