The Hip Hop Chronicle UK caught up with Method Man and Masta Killa. Members of the Wu-Tang Clan are in London for two concert shows. In this interview, Sumit speaks to Masta Killa and Method Man about the first time they came to London. We speak on Steve Rifkind and whether the Wu set him…Details
@TheGAME ran down the list of artists he’s worked with for his forthcoming album, R.E.D. Album. He names new comers Tyler, The Creator Kendrick Lamar, Wiz Khalifa amongst veteran collaborators such as Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Lupe Fiasco. The Neptunes produced a reflective record with Nelly Furtado called “Mother Knows.” “It’s just a walk…Details
Jizzle gets a visual for this joint off The Real Is Back.
Joey Crack went from lean back to, just lean. The bronx rapper spoke with NYDailyNews on his recent shedding of 88lbs. “They’re all trying to alter my name, but I can’t see myself as anything else,” he said, referring to friends who started calling him “Skinny Joe” and “Joey Flaco” (Spanish for “thin”). “I think…Details
@JoeBudden took his talents to South Beach for a show Ashley Outrageous put together with Bread & Butter at Club Eve. Jumpoff performed his first charted hit, Pump It Up.
Maffew Ragazino and Glass Eye Media take you on a short stroll thru lower Manhattan where Maffew gives his picks of some of his influences growing up in hip hop. The choices that the Brooklyn Native picked may be shocking considering the current climate of what’s hot in hip hop now.
Jermaine showed respect for the late greats during his set at Bonnaroo. Cole World did a rendition of Pac’s “I Ain’t Mad Atcha” and transitioned into Higher over The Isley Brother’s jam “Between The Sheets”.