@NittyScottMC sits down with Jack Thriller from ThisIs50 to talk about a few things. Ranging from Nicki Minaj comparisons, female hip-hop, doing it for more than the money, the evolution of hip-hop, what she is mixed with, her first rap name, her breakout point, her new mixtape “Doobies and Popsicle Sticks” and more.
In honor of his 5 cover spread for the December/January issues, Curtis and XXL held a show at Webster Hall. Fiddy ran through joints as recent as I Just Wanna and some classics off Get Rich Or Die Tryin’.
@JTheS will be dropping his new project, The Last Days on January 18th. DOWNLOAD: J The S – WTF
@CrookedIntriago puts a spin on yet another new joint. Repping his C.O.B set. DOWNLOAD: Crooked I – C.O.B. Motto Freestyle
I know I just wanna see @DIAMONDATL, that’s a new years resolution but anyway Verse Simmonds releases another video from his Sextape Chronicles 2 EP.
@JoellOrtiz @JoeBudden sat down with AHH to talk about the recording process of their major debut on Shady records. Yaowa and Jumpoff maintain it’s relatively the same in how the methods are to create music. When asked about appearances on the album, they jokingly confirm Marshall’s presence and I think Joe might have let it…
@NICKIMINAJ finally has an album to match her wigs and outfits, that’s right…Onika’s debut album, Pink Friday has tallied up 2.2 million units and is now certified double platinum worldwide. This comes 11 months after it originally earned a RIAA plaque for reaching 1x platinum status. We’re so proud of her. Expect the sophomore follow…
The Roots came to my neck of the woods at the Filmore (Silver Spring, MD) to perform the first of their back to back shows for the holidays. They surprised the crowd with an appearance from soul crooner, Bilal Oliver to assist in a live rendition of “Dear God” from How I Got Over. Another…
I don’t think having a tagless version will make this any better but here you go. DOWNLOAD: Fabolous – There Is No Competition: Death Comes In 3’s (No DJ)
@Pill4180 has been put through the ringer lately with rumors that he was dropped by Maybach Music Group. However, P-I Double LL took to Twitter to address the heart of the matter, going in on lack of support from Warner/ASYLUM.