After re-singing the National Anthem to silence all the haters for the whole “lip-synching” controversy on the Super Bowl XLVII press conference earlier today, King B sat down with Rich Eisen and Deion Sanders to talk about performing at this Sunday’s big game and more.
Archive for January, 2013
Neighborhood Pusha dropped into Hot 97′s Funkmaste Flex show to promote Wrath of Caine as well as delivering a few bars over a few instrumentals.
Mr. West played a show at the Du Arena on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi today and he was back in his Yeti outfit and this time, even threw on a straitjacket. He performed “Way Too Cold,” “Mercy,” “Cant Tell Me Nothing,” “Say You Will,” “Heartless,” “Clique” and more.
E-A-Ski provides the beat while fellow Bay Area artists Bobo and Really Real rep for the Red & Gold. And while I’ve never really been a fan of team “anthems” even when the team in question is my own, I would like to take to time and say…
The DJ/producer behind CharlieRED w/ Rocki Evans is jump starting a monthly series. Mixing everything from dub-step to pop, hip hop to soul, grime to Latin and Bollywood, etc. No genre is left unturned as Cobaine takes us on a wild journey through music. Click and enjoy.
And if you haven’t already, be sure to grab CharlieRED’s Religion EP!
The other day, Lil B and Joey Bada$$ traded diss tracks (“I’m the Bada$$” and “Don’t Quit Your Day Job” respectively). Sitting down with MTV, Joey shares why he responded to the BasedGod’s initial attack.
“I just linked up with my homey [Lee] Bannon, and he played this beat and was like, ‘Yo, Lil B dis record?’ And I was like, ‘Oh, ‘ight’.” “Who knows?” he responded when asked about the BasedGod’s motives here. “But if somebody sends a jab at me, I’ll just send one twice as hard. I really didn’t have to respond, I don’t feel so, but I just did it. I don’t know why… [Actually] it’s too easy, that’s what it is. It’s too easy, so I thought, ‘Why not?’ I’m just flexing my skill on him.
If Lil B chooses to go another round, Joey says he wouldn’t respond as there isn’t a need and he’s already killed him. Now, can we get off this “beef” and get back to good music? Ok dope, check out the DJ Premier-produced “Unorthodox” right here.
dead prez tap Bun B and Reek Da Villian on the official remix to their Information Age track. Get the LP on iTunes now.
Great, now I want a Slurpee.
KRNDN makes his production debut by helping DJ Khalil produce the latest release from his upcoming solo project, Everything’s Nothing, which is now scheduled for a February 7th release.
Who needs Plan B, when Plan A is all you should be concentrating on?
Chicago’s Rello enlists Sir Michael Rocks and Fabby Davis Jr. for the remix; produced by Architect Lordz. fsd.
It’s not every day you hear Tech on a track like this. But given the mass amount of talent the man possesses, he fits right at home joining CES Cru on their latest freebie. Taken off their upcoming Constant Energy Struggles project, out 3/26.