If you follow @realwizkhalifa on Twitter, you are probably all too familiar with his mini web series that documents the life and times of Wiz Khalifa. Season 4 of the miniseries kicked off today with the premiere episode for Season 4.
Big Sean stopped by Power 106′s ‘Siiickest Show’ yesterday with DJ Vick One and recited a stupid freestyle along with the Rej3ctz. This could be the funniest freestyle of 2011.
As Big Sean gears up to hype the shit out of his debut album Finally Famous, he closes the door on his “Finally Famous” mixtape series by releasing a video for “Made”. Expect the album in stores June 21st.
“Big Sean sits down with Ms. Drama to recap about his XXL Freshman cover and the new artists reflected this year. He talks about how G.O.O.D. music has represented for the last 3 years and his active relationships with some of the freshman. Sean also discusses his upcoming album, Finally Famous, and offers insight on the meaning and story behind it. In reference to features, Sean mentions that the G.O.O.D. family will be involved, but prefers not to give away too much. When asked about the music reality show contest as a medium for artists to get discovered, Sean expresses he would have also been interested in taking that route if he hadn’t been discovered already. Sean also opens up about Drake using his flow and that although “there wasn’t get a check” he did get credit and respects Drake as an artist. He adds that he’s flattered that, “he made a rhyme scheme that the whole rap game imitated”. Sean admits that he has now retired that flow partly due to the artists that abused his rhyme scheme. On the note of his earlier years and an artist, Sean laughs at his previous notions as an emcee where he rapped about abstinence and no drugs. He reflects on his group the Young Boys and how he has essentially changed as an artist. The interview ends with Sean’s take on the future of G.O.O.D. music and the pressure that will essentially help him to be a better artist.”-Ms Drama TV
Last night was the end. The finale. I swear. The “Top 11 Freshman of 2011″ came together for one final time in NYC to perform for their fans. Below is some footage from the showcase as well as the download link for brand new tracks from all the artists. For some reason, Diggy was left off the mixtape. Maybe he should come out with some new content before he gets all this praise from XXL.
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.
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”.
Holy shit, why does J. Cole always wear a damn black shirt? But on the real, this could be one of the most epic combinations of artists this generations has seen. On a side note, who could have thought J. Cole could play the piano like that.
We got the chance to sit down with Hoodie Allen last Thursday at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston prior to his performance there. He discussed everything from the positive response of his September mixtape to making his first music video and much more. Take a look.