Lil Boosie was the latest guest on Nitecap with Peter Bailey at Miami’s James L. Knight Center. They discuss the black struggle, why rappers are into gimmicks, how Louisiana can get over the Murder capital tag, the message in his music and more.
September 30th, 2014 by Akaash
Lil Kim stopped by The Breakfast Club this morning in promotion of her latest mixtape Hard Core 2k14.
In the nearly one hour interview, she spoke on her previous interview on the show where she wasn’t happy with the editing, how motherhood has changed her, past relationship with Maino, if Biggie ever wrote her rhymes, beef with Nicki and more. Nicki’s ex manager Big Fendi also joins in towards the end and speaks on how he discovered her and later ditched him.
Wale returned to the Breakfast Club this morning for a 37 minute chat with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God.
He talks about his upcoming The Album About Nothing, why he’s letting his fans A&R the album, how Mark Ronson discovered him but he’s no longer cool with him, how the ‘Chillin’ video was changed at the last minute, working on his albums till the last minute, situation with Meek Mill when he called him out on Twitter (reveals he hasn’t talked to Meek since he went to jail), feeling hurt when people don’t see him on the same platform as Kendrick and Drake, why he reacts to hate so much and much more.
September 25th, 2014 by Akaash
LA’s Power 106 sat down with Kendrick Lamar after the release of his brand new single ‘I‘. In the excerpt below he discusses his controversial ‘Control’ verse and his relationships with the individuals he mentioned a year on.
UPDATE: The full interview is available now. He talks about working relationship with Dr. Dre, having a huge vault of music with first and new album and more. They also play a quick game in the end where K. Dot does badly.
He also revealed at the radio station that ‘I’ is not the first “single” from the album, but his first “statement.” We wonder what the September 23rd radio adds date is all about then.
UPDATE 2: Kendrick Lamar clarifies with NME that the song is the first single from his next album but from now on he will use the word “statement” instead.
“A lot of times people say ‘singles’, ‘first song,'” he commented. “But my initial goal every time I release new music is to make a statement, and that’s exactly what I want to do with this one. I’m replacing the word ‘single’ with ‘statement’ from now on.”
The mighty G-Unit is the latest guest on Snoop Dogg’s Double G News Network series. Snoop’s GGN episodes are always fun so this is no different.
While there is a smoke fest going on in the house, 50 and the crew talk about the return as a group, why most artists are just following trends right now, rappers lying in their songs, Snoop’s relationship with the South and Master P, Lloyd Banks’ consistency, 50’s love for his people, working on the DPG-Unit project, possibility of working on a G-Unit movie, 50’s Pimpin Curly character and more. They also play a questionnaire game at the end.
And yeah, Snoop’s impersonation of the Migos flow at 6:50 mark is priceless.