September 15th, 2014 by Navjosh
One of my favorite Hip-Hop albums of the last decade is Fort Minor’s debut and only album The Rising Tied which released in November, 2005. The “side project” helmed by Linkin Park’s own Mike Shinoda even spawned a top 5 Billboard hit with ‘Where’d You Go‘ but they never returned to release another project ever again.
Fans have been yearning for new music from the crew but information has been scarce. In this new interview with Montreality, Mike reveals that new music from Fort Minor is definitely “a distinct possibility.”
Hey Mike, can you just drop a surprise album out of no where? Thanks.
During the chat, he also talks about collaborating with Jay Z on Collision Course, his favorite cartoon character & video game, possibility of working on a joint project with Eminem, his message to the youth and more.
Dreamville artist Bas sat down with Jinx to talk about visiting Ferguson, him and Cole in the studio and what to expect in the future. He lets us know that Dreamville arists Omen and Cozz’s projects will both be dropping this fall.
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The Breakfast Club’s most recent guest rapper was MMG’s Stalley. He talked to the crew about the Wale and Meek Mill situation, if he feels like the game respects lyricists and more. Stalley’s Ohio drops October 28 and you can check out the first single, ‘Always Into Something’ featuring Ty Dolla $ign here.
Continuing his chat with Sway from MTV, Chris Brown talks about his anger issues in the past and comparison with Ray Rice’s situation. Chris was sentenced to five years of probation for assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 and in this clip, he talks about learning from his mistakes and making the right choices.
“I think it’s all about the choices you make. With me, I deal with a lot of anger issues from my past – not knowing how to express myself verbally and at the same time not knowing how to cope with my emotions and deal with them and understand what they are.”
September 12th, 2014 by Navjosh
Chris Brown and Drake recently ended heir beef and were photographed in the studio, apparently working on new music. In a rare sit down, he chatted with Sway from MTV and opened up about making peace with Drizzy, being invited to the ESPYs and what it’s like working with him.
“We’re young, so it’s not like [we had] a pow wow over tea or nothing. It didn’t need to be explained. It wasn’t no problem. [Drake's] camp actually called me to do the skit. Especially after getting out of jail, I didn’t have any animosity towards anybody. I wanted to be able to bring light to the situation and just grow up. I’m 25 and I’m not getting younger. You can’t walk around holding grudges, looking over your shoulder and being negative all the time. I’m tired of being looked at as the aggressor, so I just wanted to show my maturity.”
Watch the interview below.