The good folks that run Machine Gun Kelly’s team “Est. 19xx” hooked us up with this one. This past weekend Machine Gun Kelly sat down with Mick Boogie & Terry Urban of Shade 45′s The Press Play Show. Here is footage of some of the interview in which they discuss topics such as tour life, concerts, the meaning of Lace Up and fans getting tattoos dedicated to him.
To be blunt, this is a pretty awkward collaboration. Dom Kennedy is trying to establish himself as a legit rapper. Most, including All in My Head Music, think he’s there already. For him to collab with Juciy J (someone who really can’t be taken seriously) seems a little bit out of the ordinary and will probably not help his career. With all that said, this song is dope. The beat is bonkers. Props to Dom Kennedy for making this BOLD BOLD move, that I still question a little bit.
Rozay links up with Birdman for this standout cut from the Miami artist’s Ashes To Ashes project. Combined weight of the two rapper’s has to be around 500 lbs.
Enough said. Watch this video and don’t tell me how dope Monch is. Pharoahe Monch W.A.R. (We Are Renegades) album officially out March 22nd. It is a 13-track album with an eclectic mix of feature artists such as Jill Scott, Styles P, Immortal Technique, Vernon Reid, Citizen Cope, Phonte, Jean Grae, Mr. Porter, Idris Elba, Royce Da 5’9″ & more. The album has production from Marco Polo, M-Phazes, Diamond D, Exile, Pharoahe Monch himself & more.
Mos and ‘Ye are both pioneers of rap. I know they didn’t start the movement, but hip-hop would not be where it is today without their innovations and contributions. Last Saturday, the two mc’s joined Lupe Fiasco at his show in NYC and spit some bars for the loving crowd.
Cole Ustream’d last night to celebrate his 400k Twitter followers. Yesterday also marked the two year anniversary of him signing with Jay and he let go of this freestyle he had been sitting on over Beanie Sigel’s “Nothing Like It”, produced by Mr. West.
New music off the soundtrack to Snoop & Wiz’s “High School” movie which will be out 4/20/2011.
J. Cole and Bobby Ray perform their Jim Jonsin-produced collab for the first time at the University of Florida.
Sorry for the abscene. I had some business to take care of. Anyways, without further ado, here is the LIVE video for Pusha T’s single “My God”.