On the latest episode of the Double G News Network, Snoop-a-loop interrupts his sit down with the Lakers’ Metta World Peace to call up Cleveland’s new found hero Charles Ramsey. Watch out Angel Cordero, the McDonald’s fan does not abide.
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In the latest installment of Mass Appeal’s Off Tha Wall series, Seattle’s Aaron Cohen discusses Nas’ impact on him personally, Wu-Tang, the Seattle hip hop scene, his dream studio session and how much he hates when people chew with their mouths open.
A week after the Bulls beat the Miami Heat to end their 27-game win streak, Life+Times flew me out to Chicago to spend a few days with their All-Star forward Luol Deng. In what is easily the best shoot I’ve been a part of since joining the team, we follow Deng from the Bulls training facility to his home and end up at the United Center for their match-up with the New York Knicks. In the 20-minute doc, Luol goes into detail about his days at Duke, responsibilities to his team (which showed in his absence during the Bulls losing efforts against the same Heat team in the playoffs), making the 2013 All Star team and his humanitarian efforts in expanding basketball across his native country of South Sudan and the rest of Africa, plays FIFA with his boys (shouts to ANTHM) and prepares for game time. Click play and let us know what you think!
Alongside Doggie Diamonds and DJ Blazita of Forbez DVD, the former Terror Squad member speaks on the folklore that was the beef between Jay-Z’s Roc-A-Fella and Fat Joe’s Terror Squad, including the infamous “head cracked with a bottle” tale.
Or, what’s left of them. Treach and Kay Gee invade Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds’ podcast to talk life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
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On the third and final segment from Scarface’s time on The Combat Jack Show, Face Mob speaks on his beef with Lil Troy, snitching and more.
After being the principal for a day K. Dot sat down with Get Schooled to talk beats, rhymes, and life.
The Brooklyn trio dig through comments on drinking bleach, Kimbo Slice comparisons, and fans jizzing into their earphones. Pause.
By now you all know about En Noir. Celebrities wear it, wannabes can’t afford it, and everybody wants it. Dope Boy C (who is the line’s Brand Director) and designer Rob Garcia sat down with Frank The Butcher to speak on the line, its infamous “leather sweatpants,” and more.
While out in Austin for SXSW earlier this year, Jarren Benton sat down with Bootleg Kev to talk about his upcoming album My Grandma’s Basement*, his “underground” hip hop influences, his addiction to porn, how Sean Price is the most underrated rapper ever, linking with Funk Volume, R.A. the Rugged Man and more.
* I was luckily enough to receive an early copy and damn… Jarren has an incredible body of work on his hands. June 18th!
During today’s episode of RapFix Live, Sway got Mannie Fresh on Skype to speak on Shit’s plan of bringing the Big Tymers name back with Lil Wayne and Drake instead of himself. The response? There is no Big Tymers without Mannie Fresh.
Drake is a great artist. Wayne is a great artist. But they aren’t Big Tymers. It’s like doing a Jackson 5 album with Boyz II Men.
Pretty much my thoughts exactly, minus the whole “Wayne is a great artist” thing.
During a listening session for his upcoming album, Extended Play (June 18th), Statik Selektah sat down with Xzone about his recent singles (“21 & Over” w/ Sean Price & Mac Miller, “Bird’s Eye View” w/ Joey Bada$$, Raekwon and Black Thought), possibly working with Jay-Z, his desire to work with Kanye West and Eminem, reveals he did a track with Nas for Life Is Good that didn’t make the cut and his future plans.