Power 105.1′s Breakfast Club rolled out with this new track from Maybach Music Group’s compilation, Self Made. For some reason, Kiss’ voice sounds raspier than usual. In any event, album drops May 24th. Sidebar: Masspike Miles “Don’t Let Your Heart” UDPATE: CDQ Version.
It’s only right that Rozay showed love to the hometown boy. During Ross’ set, Mr. Folarin runs through “Pretty Girls” and his verse from Waka’s “No Hands.” He’s geetchi, hoe. Ha!
Image: Clarke Tolton Here’s the third piece from the latest issue of RESPECT. Magazine. Take note: This interview was conducted before the ink was even dry on Wale’s Maybach Music Group deal and before Mr. Folarin made amends with his old friend Kid Cudi. Glad these dudes resolved their differences. I fuck with them both muscially. Ha! Go to respect-mag for more ‘Le flicks. And subscribe, dammit!
Wale cracked the mic this morning with Free on WPGC 95.5 in Washington D.C. They touched on a bunch of topics including his former label Interscope Records and resolving his issues with Kid Cudi. Break 1: Break 2:
After hitting up Hot 97 earlier, Rozay, Wale and Meek Mill caught up with the Megatron Don in the lab and got the wheels in motion for their upcoming compilation LP, Self Made. After the jump, is the trailer for the Bawse and Wale’s upcoming “Make It Rain (Remix)” video.
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“Text message from Elliott sayin’ tape is dope.” It’s hard not to be bias on this one. With my encouragement, Wale returned to his mixtape roots after his debut album, Attention Deficit didn’t ignite. Be clear: We shut the Internet down on Aug. 3, 2010 when More About Nothing, the super sequel to 2008′s Mixtape About Nothing dropped. Seinfeld samples still intact and the raps are sharp. Mr. Folarin tackles his adversity on the opening rockers (“The MC” and “The […]