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.
West Coast’s rap new sensation, Schoolboy Q also reached out to our Yellow fellow. The two talk in-depth about Q’s second album, Habits & Contradictions. Don’t have a second thought and cop it here. Peep full show here.
Live from the airport on his way to ATL, Houston’s most rugged reached out to YN to talk about his new mixtape. King Of The Streets is available here. Check out full show here.
You know I had to do it right?! R.I.P. Jimmy.
Common and Khaled checked in by phone but Just Blaze actually stopped by the East Village Radio studios to close out YN’s second episode of his Keep It Thoro program. Mr. Smith talked about being paid to party, his Master of The Mix reality show, Saigon’s upcoming mixtape and he even freestyled over some of his beats. Fun times! Bonus: Peep whole show here and playlist.
An hour before YN signed off, DJ Khaled gave him a buzz. “The Mogul” reflected on 2011, cracking the Rap Radar year-end lists, platinum plaques, and his Grammy nomination.
Common called the Yellowest Nigga Alive this evening on his Keep It Thoro show. He spoke on cracking our top three Best Albums list, Drake and Serena Williams.