@TheyCallMeBK continues her conversation with Rap-Up, in it she makes mention of what we think is the same record that Nas announced on 106th & Park. The Roc Nation songstress also revealed that she may be featured on a joint Nasir did, which is produced by No I.D. Advertisements
Bill Allonce and the Vault clothing store in Harlem put together a Q & A session for Engineer, DJ and Producer Young Guru last week. I attempted to capture a side of Young Guru that doesn’t only say Roc-A-Fella, which is what he’s most known for. Guru is a J-Dilla enthusiast, actually gives back to…Details
The Brick Squad Capo’s sat down with Sway on MTV Rapfix and answered the looming question and comparisons to The Throne. La Flare and Flockaveli addressed the elephant in the room in a diplomatic way, considering they also put out a joint album, “Ferrari Boyz”, which is in stores now. “Trying to compare us to…Details
Nasir stopped by 106th & Park to plug his newest single, Nasty. During the segment he reminisces over his late friend Amy Winehouse and her tragic death, regarding her as a “Real artist” with a “big big soul”. After paying his respects to her, he announced that he will be apart of Dr. Dre’s make…Details
It’s a money matrimony. HTC has put a $300 million offer up to take up 51% of the Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine founded “Beats Electronics”. The signature headphone and sound company is promised to be improved by the deal, and continue it’s business with Chrysler and Monster Cable products. That shit cray. Statement below.…Details
T-Pain really intends on riding every wave of his brand, can’t hate on this though. After the success of his iPhone app, he decided to create a module for kids that would mimic his signature auto tune sound. Check it out here.
One half of The Throne put on a show in Bergen, Norway. At about the 1:15 mark, Mr. West pulls a Drake. Watch The Thrown..
In an effort to bring awareness to the Hip-Hop community about the fashion Industry using Sweat Shops to create their high price merchandise, Daddy Bawsten takes his entire collection of Nike’s and sets them on fire almost in a ritualistic format.