The courtship continues between Mr. Carter and the Smiths, after signing their hair whippin daughter Willow to the Roc Nation imprint, the power group has teamed up for a new film venture. In other news: Nas lost.
The LP lists such notable legends as DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Hi Tek, Alchemist, Nottz, Sha Money XL, Sean C & LV, Fizzy Womack and the ever present Statik Selektah contributing production; and newcomers Blaze P and Mike Frey join in for this classic as well. Throw in highlight tracks with Styles P, Freeway, Termanology, Lil Fame, Atticabarz and DJ Corbet and you have the recipe for another instant classic
Gangsta Gibbs shot a quick viral of his reciting his verse from The Coldest off the Str8 Killa, No Filla EP. Look out for A Cold Day In Hell next month.
This post was inspired by me calling into @breakfastclubam while Angela Yee, DJ Envy and Charlamagne were doing their “tell em why you mad” segment. Not only does it grind my gears that Kanye co signed Kim Kardashian to sing, now she’s apparently claiming to be a New Yorker while she’s over staying her welcome in the Big Apple filming the new reality series Kim & Kourtney Take New York. I thought about what exactly correlates the heiress with the Empire State? and well, this is what I came up with.
In addition to being a wordsmith @realTalibKweli is also a fairly good film critic. Check out his review of new film, The Fighter that he did alongside NextMovie. And when you’re done, go purchase Kweli’s new solo album, Gutter Rainbows.
@realWizKhalifa has had arguably the best year in terms of new comers to the rap game in 2010, and continuing his success he took to ustream last night and officially announced the title of his LP. Rolling Papers is scheduled for a March 29th release on Atlantic Records.