[vodpod id=Video.16224151&w=540&h=350&fv=loc%3D%252F%26amp%3Bautoplay%3Dfalse%26amp%3Bvid%3D21106099%26amp%3Bhasticket%3Dfalse] Today at the Austin Convention Center, YN participated in a panel alongside Karen Civil, Devi Dev, Nicholas Alder and Justin Siegal to discuss the importance of social media in Hip-Hop. Do the knowledge. Props to Cashmere.
Casey wasn’t the only one checking in during the Rap Radar celebration this past Friday at East Village Radio. Big K.R.I.T. reached out and touched YN to discuss his sold-out show at Highline Ballroom, his new project, 4 Eva N A Day, and his long-awaited Def Jam debut, Live From The Underground. Peep playlist and whole show here.
A day before rockin’ a sold out Roxy headlining show, Casey reached out to YN and Keep It Thoro guest co-host, B.Dot to discuss his concert, his reunion with Earl Sweatshirt and rumors of an impending Roc Nation deal. Swag. Peep playlist and whole show here.
Before moving his bowels, OF’s Hodgy Beats took time out to dial up a Yellow fellow from the East Coast. They discuss his Untitled EP, Earl Sweatshirt’s status and the upcoming OF Tape Vol. 2. Full playlist and show here.
SP The Ghost was YN’s latest guest on his Keep It Thoro show this past Friday night. Tighten up your hoody and peep the convo and highlights below. Break 1: #The1st28 project with Curren$y, keys to longevity, and connecting to the younger generation Break 2: New MCs he respects, Bad Boy days and taking control of his career Break 3: Wu-Block, LOX album and partnership with Kiss and Sheek Full playlist and show here.
During his visit to EVR’s Keep It Thoro show, P took a seat and gave a live performance of his classic hit, uh “Keep It Thoro” featuring YN’s ad-libs. Peep the playlist and the entire show here.
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 […]