Via Mass Appeal: Dom talks about “Boardwalk Empire” and “The Godfather,” and how he’s structuring his life and career to parallel Michael Corleone. He also explains Biggie and Tupac’s influence and the story behind his latest project Get Home Safely, which is about a boy who grew up watching the rise and fall of hip hop. […]
Kid Cudi isn’t big on interviews as of recently, so it’s always great to hear from the man directly. This time around the Moon Man talks about Kanye’s influence, not doing features and what to expect from his upcoming project, Man On The Moon III.
Canadian Sports Center (I guess) presents Drake with new business cards from the Toronto Raptors, much to Drake’s enjoyment. They also discuss options for the Toronto Raptors re-banding in the 2015-2016 season.
Complex chats with Rick Rubin on the making of Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP 2. Check out the interview: How did you and Eminem come to collaborate on MMLP2? I think it just worked out timing wise where the universe worked to make us get together at this time. We just went into the studio a […]
G.O.O.D. Music rapper talks getting Kendrick for “Nosetalgia” and arguing with Kanye West. FUSE
NY Mag catches up with A$AP Rocky for their 21 questions segment where they talk about all things New York. Definitely worth checking out to get a little more insight in to Rocky’s life.
Queens native Abbas “Bas” Hamad didn’t know what he was doing with his life until making music became the first thing he truly devoted himself to. Fate stepped in and Bas landed on ‘Born Sinner’ and J. Cole’s Dollar & A Dream tour. Via FUSE
Big Sean stops by Hip Hop Nation to celebrate his sophomore album Hall Of Fame (8.27.13). Obviously, the thing that people are going to latch on to is at the 6:54 mark where he throws shots back at Danny Brown. Brown instigated by saying Big Sean doesn’t really rep Detroit in this interview.
Murs discusses his childhood, artistic inspirations, and his thoughts on the current state of rap in this OTW Minute.
Yo Gotti rolls through The Crosby Press studio to talk about rapping over old school Memphis songs, performing at the Apollo, Memphis strip club boxing, and his new music.
Jay-Z doesn’t have to do any media, but he chose to stop by Power 105′s The Breakfast Club to chat it up with Angela Yee and the team. Part 2 below:
Hit-Boy has already won a Grammy. That should actually be enough, but the rapper/producer has a lot more to brag about: He landed a spot at Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music label, tore it up with that crew, then decided to leave – Leave? Leave such a prestigious group of musicians? Why??? – to build his […]
Timbaland Speaks on Jay-z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail for the First Time
“The point of me being in the commercials was that he was filming a documentary and he asked me—I imagine he’s just comfortable talking to me—to come listen to the songs with him and just talk about the songs. Just listen to it and talk about it, and that’s what we did. It was fun. […]