Mr. “Keep It Thoro” himself, dropped by the East Village Studios last night. After an informative interview, P blessed YN with a performance of the song that bears the show’s name. Bang this! Break 1: New mixtape, H.N.I.C. 3, unreleased material and Mobb Deep’s place in rap history Break 2: Everlasting partnership with Havoc, reflections on his autobiography and dealing with notoriety. Break 3: Working with Waka Flocka, being a dirty fighter and live performance. Peep playlist and whole show […]
Last night, Joe Budden stopped by the East Village Studios to speak on YN’s Keep It Thoro show. It was a long candid chat. Pull up a chair and check out the highlights below. Break 1: Longevity, past rap beefs, and freestyle resurgence. Break 2: Eddie Murphy death rumor, Mood Muzik shows, and affinity for long verses. Break 3: Solo career status, insight into Slaughterhouse album and pool parties. Peep playlist and whole show here.
photo: mel d. cole. A$AP Rocky had the best week ever. He performed an impressive homecoming concert and met the rapper he was named after. After a long night of shooting an upcoming video with Schoolboy Q for “Brand New Guy”, the young Harlem dude reached out to the Yellow OG to speak on it all. Look out for the A$AP Mob on Drake’s upcoming Club Paradise tour. Peep whole show at EVR.
Moments before hitting the S.O.B.’s stage this past Monday, Chainz and YN chopped it for a long convo on the Keep It Thoro Radio. The twosome talk about Tity Boy’s rise to the top, ulcers and poppin’ tags on 5th avenue. So true. Peep whole show at EVR.
Mr. Wilson’s final guest Friday was the Yardfather who stopped by the East Village Studios to promote his Warning Shots 3 mixtape. Down bottom, E gets Sai to freestyle over “No Church In The Wild” and “Lord Knows” instrumental loops. Hip-hop is live, y’all. Peep whole show here.
The young rising Chi-City MC also reached out and touched our RR jefe to explain his rise and the concept behind his Driving 88 mixtape. Look out for Rockie. Humble cat. Good rap. Peep whole show here.
Out on the road promoting his recently-released mixtape, I Am Who I Am, and upcoming album, The Day After Tomorrow, Maino reached out to our Yellow friend and discussed the differences between the two projects. Below, a moment of clarity on “I Still Love You” and the Lil Kim-related controversy it caused. Gossip. Gossip. Peep whole show here.