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@Drake was a musical guest at the Launch Party for Google Music, alongside Busta Rhymes.. In the clip below he performs HYFR (off Take Care) for the first time and after that he does live renditions of Over, Headlines and more. Spotted: ATF
I’m crying @ the 2:40 mark, @Common comments on Serena’s posterior. This was during his sit down with Hot107.9 Atlanta, before that he talks about the voice over role in Happy Feet 2.
@YoungJeezy had an intimate listening gathering for his new album. Although there’s no soundbite, below Jizzle explains the concept of a track called “Leave Ya Alone” from TM103: Hustlerz Ambition. In stores on December 20th.
In this sit down with XXL, @YoungJeezy says he cosigns the movement of the 99%. “I would riot, because we gotta get the money out of Washington. This is real. When you got middle class people taking a stance—because we always took a stance by the way, we always stood in the middle of our…
@Common and @TPain reflect back to their younger years before making it big time. Lonnie Lynn talks about being a Basketball player and freestyling during Gym, which would later lead to opening for NWA. T-Pain reflects on being homeless and living out of his 1981 Oldsmobile and almost getting robbed while making out in the…
@Common made a visit to @DJDrama‘s Aphilliate radio on Shade 45. He plugs his new album, The Dreamer, The Believer, what sparked his lyrics for Sweet. Com also hints at Yeezy appearing on the remix to Sweet, getting on a track with Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole in the future. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Common_DJ_Drama_Interview.mp3] Source: FSD
@2Chainz stopped by Bootleg Kev to talk about his current crossroad of staying indie or signing to a major. Believe it or not, the artist formerly known as Tity Boi says he draws influence from Wu-Tang as well.
@Pharrell sits down with @SteveStoute on this segment for the Tanning Effect. They discuss the integration and success of Justin Timberlake.