Archive | November, 2013

[Saturday Spotlight] Knucklehead

November 30th, 2013 by Navjosh

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We’re back with this week’s Saturday Spotlight but this time, we’re doing something different. We’re putting our focus on a producer named Knucklehead out of Texarkana, Texas who has produced for the likes of Kirko Bangz, Gucci Mane, August Alsina and Rocko. But he has really announced his arrival with the number urban song ‘I Luv This Sh*t’ performed by August Alsina.

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Are you ready for Wiz Khalifa’s new album Blacc Hollywood? Last night during Ty Dolla $ign’s set at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, the Taylor Gang boss debuted a new song called ‘Got Me Some More’ for the first time for the live audience. So far, this sounds good. Take a look below.

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Young Buck recently chatted with Fox 17 news, his first interview since getting out of jail recently. Buck talked about giving back to community on thanksgiving, recording new music, how he spent his 18 months time in prison and more. He also revealed that he’s getting out of his current contract (G-Unit I suppose) and ready to make the music comeback.

Last night in Toronto, the majority of the Wu were at Kool Haus to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their legendary album 36 Chambers. Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, U-God, GZA, Masta Killa and Inspectah Deck were in attendance and they performed their classic hits “Bring Da Rukus” and “Wu Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing Ta F**k Wit”. Dope!

Via ThisIsWalder.

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Brick Squad Monopoly and TDE? That’s right. YG Hootie recruits fellow Compton artist Kendick Lamar on a fire verse for his latest song ‘Two Presidents’ which pays homage to Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. This will appear on Hooties’ upcoming project Destroy & Rebuild, dropping February 4th, 2014.

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Wow, talk about a holday treat. With no warning, JT comes through with the official remix to his banger ‘TKO’. JT rounded up a dope crew consisting of J. Cole, A$AP Rocky and Pusha T. Cole sparked it off incredibly with an official response to Kendrick’s ‘Control’ verse, and Rocky and Pusha followed suit. This is fire!

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