[vodpod id=Video.15428018&w=540&h=350&fv=] VH1 aired a two-hour documentary last night about the rise of crack and hip-hop in the mid-80s and early 90s. The film was narrated by Ice-T and featured accounts from RZA, Raekwon, Snoop Dogg, Too $hort, and B-Real. Bonus clips can be found on VH1’s site. yardie
After displaying her flow on the first installment, Estelle keeps the remix series going with Shallah, Swizzie and UK MC Wretch 32.
9th Wonder gets in touch with reality with Raekwon and Big Remo for this cut off his album, The Wonder Years. Pick it up on September 27th. hhnm
The Wu-Gambinos ran through OB4CL2 during Rock The Bells on Governor’s Island on Saturday. More clips from JonJohnTV including Slaughterhouse and Black Star after the jump.
Hey, well it is the first of the month and these two money collectors pair up once again, this time for the follow-up to JD’s “Pay Day“. Off JD Era’s upcoming ICE H20 debut, No Handouts. os
Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg is getting ready to release his new mixtape, What
[vodpod id=Video.15321093&w=540&h=350&fv=] Instead of focusing solely on Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, Raekwon spoke on Nas’ involvement on “Verbal Intercourse”. You can catch The Chef performing his solo debut in its entirety this summer at Rock The Bells. fuse
The MOBB weren’t the only ones at the House Of Blues last night. Shallah and Tony Starks represented the Wu by performing their OB4CL classic, “Criminology”. More footage from their set below.
Raekwon revealed to XXL, that his biopic C.R.E.A.M. is 60% complete and he has enlisted Cee-Lo to play the role of his father. “Cee Lo Green [is] playing my pops in the film. Cee Lo is gon’ play Raekwon’s ol’ dad! [He’s] a good friend of mine. When I called him and told him about it he was just overwhelmed. He’s just one out of the greats that’s gonna be on the project.”
Shallah revealed to his Twitter followers last night that he is preparing his next dish for the streets. No title or release date yet, but expect it soon. In the meantime, Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang in stores now. hhnm