Last night was one of the last remaining shows for A Tribe Called Quest before they hang it up. ATCQ took stage before Kanye closed out the night and had the crowd on their feet with their medley of classics. However, of course they had to bring out The Dungeon Dragon for Scenario, which led…Details
During the 2nd night of Kanye West’s (@kanyewest) Yeezus Tour at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Kanye went on a 10-minute rant. During the show Kanye spoke on this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, an inspiring conversation with Oprah, blogs that spread negativity, the fashion industry, issues with Nike, and signing a fashion deal. The…Details
Taylor Gang’s (@CHEVYWOODS) recruits NYC’s own Lloyd Banks for a more than dope feature on his Sledgren production track “Kilmer.” The combination of Banks, Sledgren and Chevy is all too ill. Check it out after the break. Lloyd Banks’ new mixtape A.O.N: Failure’s No Option, is out now.
Jim Jones (@jimjonescapo) picks up some smooth production from producer Sen City and creates this new jam titled “Awareness.” This doesn’t appear on Jim’s latest mixtape ‘Vampire Life III,’ but will sure make it’s way to him next project, coming soon. Listen below.
Juicy J (@therealjuicyj) enlist his TGOD CEO Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) for the official remix of his Stay Trippy track, “Bounce It.” Trey Songz continues to kill the hook of this high energy track. Take a listen below.
Master P (@MasterPMiller) connects with MMG’s Rick Ross (@rickyrozay), as P ready’s up the release of his new solo album The Gift, dropping on December 6th. This latest single off the album titled, “Two Three” (23, Michael Jordan), is produced by BK Productions, check it out below.
With Def Jig Records in disarray, Jeezy has taken his talents over to Jay Z’s imprint Roc Nation. Da Snowman’s CTE stable will also be joining the powerhouse label, however, it’s not clear if it’s for a management situation or to be added on the artist roster. Stay tuned for more on this.
Eminem is front and center on the cover of Rolling Stone where he discusses admiration for the Beastie Boys, being on ESPN and more. This will be hitting newsstands November 22nd. MMLP2 in stores now. I’m as happy as I can be, I guess,” Em reveals, later telling Hiatt, “Hip-hop saved my life, man. It’s…Details