Could there be a weirder combination of hip-hop artists in the studio together? While this doesn’t make sense on any level, it’s perfect. The patent Theophilus London sound mixed with some ASAP vocals and I think we’re in for an unexpected treat. Check some footage above for confirmation.
Royce da 5′ 9 Preforms the songs Legendary, Where My Money and Writer’s Block from his ‘Success is Certain’ Album + his verse from the BET Shady 2.0 Cypher on January 10th 2012 in Toronto at the Sound Academy.
While out in Vegas, Premo sits down with Bootleg Kev for damn near thirty minutes. Topics varying from porn, not working with Kanye West yet, being a living legend, Guru, The Moment of Truth and more. He also reveals that he finally got to work with Busta Rhymes for the first time and even has a few tracks on his upcoming YMCMB debut. How Premo fits in with Young Money still needs to be discussed.
The good folks at Slumerican must be pretty hyped after their Alabama Crimson Tide won the National Championship this past Monday. In honor of their Tide, they realized this cut. Unfortunately, there’s no Dre Kirkpatrick mention.
In the fourth episode of Tony Williams’ #Road2KoTF, we get an in depth look at the creation of Kanye’s Flashing Lights, the writing sessions behind Champion and Barry Bonds as well as an intimate look at the NY recording session when Ye played Hov Big Brother (with the original beat) for the first time.
Directed by Christopher Wilkes & Dave Canon. Shot on location in Atlanta, GA. The Great Debater available for download now.
ASAP Rocky found himself in the lab with legendary producer Swizz Beatz this week. Meanwhile out in the UK, G.O.O.D. Music stars Big Sean & Pusha T found themselves getting proper with southern rap genius Mannie Fresh. Cuts from their studio session are supposedly going to make the G.O.O.D. Music collaboration album.
Whether you believe in this guy’s talent or not, this video should say something about the quality of his fans. While any artist can get their fans to send in videos, none can do it with the enthusiasm that MGK fans have. Also, what an amazing marketing scheme. The fact that up-and-coming artists don’t involve their fans in creative ways is a strain on their development.
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Look Amber, when you get in the ring with Kanye West, you need to know the deal. The dude obviously has the capabilities to destroy someone emotionally, especially on a national level. No one is sitting here saying you deserved to be ridiculed by Kanye or any of his fans, but look Kanye is one of the most famous people in this country, and if you can’t handle the heat, well, settle for Wiz Khalifa.
While out in Las Vegas, Asher Roth sat down with the legendary Bootleg Kev to discuss how he got involved with Def Jam, his 2012 album Is This Too Orange and an upcoming collaboration with Chris Brown and Justin Bieber.