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.
To commemorate the release of Rich Forever, our own YN is back with East Village Radio with his new show and a special #RozayRadio edition. The Bawse himself will be calling in as well. UPDATE: If you missed the show, no worries. Listen here.
[vodpod id=Video.15838301&w=540&h=350&fv=] Here’s the final chapter from YN’s sitdown with YJ. Here, he speaks on what TM103 means to him, the process behind the album, why he chose “F.A.M.E.” as a single and more. Directed by BAM. TM103 in stores today. Previously: Chapter 1: The Documentary | Chapter 2: The Journey
[vodpod id=Video.15815217&w=540&h=350&fv=] Hours before Young Jeezy’s NYC screening of Hustlerz Ambition, Elliott caught up with Da Snowman at the Landmark Theatre. The sitdown will be broken up in three parts, but here’s a snippet of their conversation. Directed By Any Means.
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Jay-Z’s Blueprint, The Source pays homage with the cover dedicated to his groundbreaking album. The main feature was written by YN and hits newsstands on September 20th. “After his classic 1996 debut, Reasonable Doubt, ignited the streets, dazzled the critics, but didn’t move enough units, Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter scrapped his bad marketing plan for a one-album discography and decided to drop a new masterful work each and every year. He emerged center stage with a […]
If you haven’t picked up the latest issue of RESPECT., DJ Khaled’s interview is now available online. Peruse the feature after the jump and cop We The Best Forever tomorrow.
YN Back. After appearing two weeks ago, our very own Elliott Wilson returns to East Village Radio to commemorate his RESPECT. cover with a two hour set of Odd Future’s music. #Swag Go Here And Click On-Demand Archive