@Wale stopped by to debut his new video and answer a few questions. Good to see your hair finally growing Folarin. Ha.
Jizzle sat with MTV to discuss the idea behind his depiction of himself as Malcolm X on the Trap Or Die 2 front cover. “I know a lot of cats are trippin’ off the cover,” Young said. “I tell ‘em like this: You had Martin Luther King, you had Malcolm X. One thing I respected…Details
Jermaine spoke to MTV about his debut album which he personally feels is phenomenal. He credited Jim Jonsin for having a great contribution to his first solo LP. Along with his own production work, Cole had a chance to work with a variety of A-list hitmakers. He worked with Salaam Remi and Pharrell and said…Details
The homie @LawsHipHop was a guest on @AngelaYee‘s show this morning. He’s a newly signed artist to Asylum/Warner Bros for those who don’t know. He talks about being adopted and relocating from NY to Florida, how he started rapping and transitioning from battling to writing songs. Laws also reveals that he’s working DJ Khalil and…Details
If you downloaded Trap Or Die 2, you heard @Pusha_T‘s verse on ILL’in which has currently been on repeat on my laptop since it dropped but anyway. Push kicked some bars that had people wondering what he meant by: “Tell Hova don’t pass the crown so soon, unless he got a crown for every writer…Details
On the heels of the recent reunion of Cam’ron and Jim Jones (which is still in the works), Dame Dash talks to MTV about how he feels about getting back together with Hov on the house they built. “If Jay wanna come through and do something, he can come holla at me,” Dash said. “I…Details
I have no words for this. It’s not as bad as the Nicki Minaj tattoo but still, I heard of Waynehead but this is ridiculous.
In his last sit down with Rap Up, Jim spoke about the potential of his work with Eminem to be a single. In this segment he talks about the new direction he’s going with T.I. on the new album and isn’t looking to duplicate the smash hit single Whatever You Like.