Interscope’s red headed step child brought out the Queen Bee in the land of down under. Being down and under, Kim must’ve felt right at home, no? Advertisements
You might remember S1 for producing “Power” for Kanye, but if you check the production credits for Watch The Throne, you’ll see his name again on one the best songs for the album, half of Murder To Excellence. In this clip, he gives an extensive break down on the origins of the beat, how the…Details
@TheGAME appeared on CNN to give his side of the story about a Twitter prank gone wrong. Jayceon says that a friend of his hi-jacked his account and tweeted random phone numbers, one of which was a number to a Sheriff’s department, that resulted in phone lines being tied up. The Compton rapper offered his…Details
@LloydBanks was in a giving mood, and as a result he hit his fans with back to back freestyles over Drake’s joint and Pusha T x Tyler, The Creator’s tune. Dreams Money Can Buy Money On My MindDetails
@BIGKRIT joined MTV Rapfix via Skype video chat. The rapper/producer hybrid was in the studio putting the finishing touches on his next project “Live From The Underground” and gave tidbits about it. KRIT also discussed having the same release date as J. Cole’s debut and the meaning behind “King Remembered”.
I don’t know how or why this happened but @MattAndKim did a song with Deandre, and also got some assistance from fellow rocker Andrew W.K. I’m all for integration but what the fuck? Now that the shock value title is processing, the tune isn’t badd at all. Converse is to blame for this. What a…Details