While out in Seattle, Stalley stopped by KUBE 93′s Sunday Night Sound Session with DJ Hyphen to talk about his Savage Journey To The American Dream project, linking up with Rick Ross, how he plays the “every man” role in the MMG crew, his upcoming major label debut and more.
While out West for the Blueprint 3 Tour, J. Cole stopped by Sound Session to chop it up with DJ Hyphen & J. Moore about a variety of topics. In part 1 (above) they speak about his background and influences, how he found his voice on the mic, his first rap names, the tenacity in his delivery, how graduating college helped him as an artist and person and his experiences hustling beats as a producer. Parts 2 and 3 after the jump…
For those who ever thought, “Hey, I wonder if someone would make a blend of the Timbaland, Drake and Lupe version of ‘Say Something,’” here you yokels go, courtesy of DJ Hyphen.
First it was their thoughts on Cam’ron and Popeyes. Now here is Malice & Pusha T’s full sit down on Sound Session.
We talked extensively about their upcoming Till The Casket Drops album (…and if the crackers are playing more fair this time around), including breakdowns of their singles with Kanye West, Cam’ron and Pharrell. They also looked back on their past work, detailed the success of their Play Cloths fashion line, doled out advice to younger artists, and much more.
A few things were discussed off camera so be sure to check the audio below as well. Shouts to DJ Hyphen.
Considering their collab with Cam’ron leaked the other day, DJ Hyphen decided to post a segment from his interview with Pusha & Malice in which they speak on how the track came about, their motivation behind the record and how Cam declined their offer for him to be on the Grindin’ remix. Look for the full interview to be released soon.
I got my hardcopy in the mail the other day and haven’t taken it out of the CD changer since. Hyphen, J. Moore & B-Mello really put together a strong tracklist (Guity Simpson, J. Pinder, Kanye West, PacDiv, Freeway, KiD CuDi, Shad, Mos Def, Drake, Tunji, Fashawn, etc) for the 115th edition of the Cornerstone Mixtape series. I’ve been waiting for a download link to post and it’s finally arrived. Enjoy.
Tracklist + Download link after the jump…
During a very serious conversation with my man Tunji we were talking about (new) artists we were feeling, etc. TiRon is one of those artists we both agreed on for being dope as all fuck. We also came to the conclusion that far too many sites are still sleeping on his music. That’ll change one day… for sure. Anyways, a few weeks back he called into Sound Session with DJ Hyphen & J. Moore to talk shop about his background coming up in the L.A. scene, linking with PacDiv, his latest tape (which you all should have already downloaded), Handshakes & Pounds pt.2 and how the internets help (and hurt) new artists on the come up.
Thurz & YO head up north and talk shop with DJ Hyphen & J Moore on Sunday Night Sound Session. The duo talks about their upcoming album, Love Supreme; their possible beef with the Knux; the hister label and more. Audio below.
Tunji and Toby talked all about their backgrounds, their “So Far” and “So True” projects, how the Internet and blog explosion has affected their careers as independent artists and more.
Common makes his 4th appearance on Sound Session. In the 2 part video recap Com breaks down each track on his latest album, UMC. He also tells behind the scenes stories on every song and talks about what it was like working with the Neptunes, Mr. DJ, Kanye West, Cee-Lo & more. Part 2 after the jump…
Duke goes in over my favorite instrumental of 2007 on DJ Hyphen & J. Moore’s show. Seattle, what up?
Waking up from a cough syrup induced coma (shouts to Lil Wayne?) I see this. The MCEO himself stopped by KUBE 93 to make his 4th appearance on Sunday Night Sound Session with DJ Hyphen & J. Moore. Check the video above and watch them chop it up about his current projects; including updates on the next Reflection Eternal album, Idle Warship and all things Blacksmith. They also talk what it’s like to operate his own label, how new media has affected his career, a little politics and more. And as usual, if you’d like the audio Hyphen’s spot for some linkage.