Last night, Slaughterhouse, Freeway, Young Gunz, and Pharoahe Monch performed at The Well in Brooklyn. Here’s a recap of their individual performances courtesy of EMETakeover.
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This guy certainly needs no introduction. Last night, Young Guru was the latest guest on The Combat Jack Show. Interview beings at the 35:19 mark. The Roc is in the building. iTunes
DJ Young Guru’s back from his birthday celebration this past weekend and had to get some things off his chest. Firing up his web cam, Guru responded to the alumniroundup article on The Throne’s “Niggas In Paris” vs. Mos Def’s “Niggas In Poorest”. As always, Mr. Keaton makes excellent points.
You gotta love, B-Side Hov. When Jay made his way to the balcony in Carnegie Hall on Monday, he performed 10 seconds of “So Ghetto” before diving into a medley. Should’ve left the durag on. dynamics
Everyone’s favorite engineer appeared on Chicago’s a.m. drive, Tony Sculfield and the Morning Riot. Guru spoke on last night’s show, chemistry with Jay-Z, and the state of hip-hop.
[vodpod id=Video.15608108&w=540&h=350&fv=] Mr. Keaton was over in Spain last week and spoke at the Red Bull Academy. The lecture is over two hours long, so pull up chair and grab a Snickers.
[vodpod id=Video.15573948&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Continuing his conversation, Guru speaks on the success of J.Cole’s debut album and Watch The Throne‘s sales strategy. Hey, if it makes dollars, it makes sense. al lindstrom