Meet the new, down-to-earth, humble Mr. West.
Chris Brown and Tyga visit Hot 97 to speak on their Fan Of A Fan: The Album project, due this Tuesday. Instead they talk about Drake, Amber Rose, and Kylie Jenner.
Professors Bun B & Anthony Pinn speak on their religion and hip-hop course with Ebro at Hot 97.
Rosenberg Radio kicks off the first episode of Joe Budden’s new podcast, I’ll Name This Podcast Later.
Tyga appears on The Breakfast Club to talk about his relationship with Kylie Jenner and his forthcoming LP with Chris Brown, Fan of A Fan 2.
Juan Ep: “Jersey Joe aka Joey Jumpoff stopped by and was much more chipper than usual! Why? Well it sounds like Joe is joining the podcast world which is going to be MAJ. But he also just was in the mood to shoot the breeze and catch up. He also brought our psychotic friend Marissa [cont.]
Ab-Soul sits in with Snoop Dogg’s GGN to speak on new music, Top Dop Entertainment, and more.
Nitecap w/ Peter Bailey: Peter Bailey’s critically-acclaimed series continues with Raekwon in North Miami where the Wu-Tang legend celebrated his birthday and discussed the controversy surrounding Iggy Azalea, hip-hop’s role in breaking down barriers and Wu-Tang’s legacy.
With his “last album” Tetsuo & Youth out now, Lupe Fiasco says that this is his “last interview.” He also kicks some bars, for the last time.
With his Slow Motion EP dropping on iTunes this week, Funk Volume’s Jarren Benton stopped by the Sway In The Morning studios to address rumors that Hopsin quit rap, break down the lyrics to his “Diamonds & Fur” track and spit a crazy freestyle.
Combat Jack: “J. Cole details the inspiration behind ’2014 Forest Hills Drive’, his battle with expectations, wanting to sign Kendrick Lamar when they first met and his thoughts regarding the shots-ridden “Control” verse. Cole also talks the hip hop culture shift that inspired “Fire Squad”, consciously staying out of Drake’s lane while creating his own, [cont.]
Aloe Blacc chats with Billboard about his success with Avicii and what to expect from him in the new year.
Dropping his debut album B4.DA.$$ on his 20th birthday, the young Brooklyn legend Joey Bada$$ joins the Sway In The Morning studios to share knowledge on the situation with Malia Obama and how he responds to the media.
Somehow we missed this earlier in the month. K.R.I.T. sits in with Ebro, Peter Rosenberg, and Laura Styles.
Schoolboy Q appears on Comedy Bang Bang.
Action Bronson stops through to chat with The Breakfast Club about his upcoming LP, Mr. Wonderful, Azealea Banks, and how Wu-Tang is the greatest rap group of all time.
Warren G explains his classic single with Nate Dogg “Regulate” to Funny Or Die. Warren G Explains "Regulate" (Rap Chronicles) from Funny Or Die
Joey Bada$$ sits in with Bloomberg TV to speak on Malia Obama’s recent Pro Era selfie. His new album B4Da$$ hits January 20th.
Nancy Grace is so annoying. Nancy, would you give your children alcohol because it’s legal? BTW, I loved you in Gone Girl.
- Raekwon Sets A Release Date For “F.I.L.A.” Album
- BUSH: A Snoop Odyssey Produced By Pharrell Williams [Preview]
- Drake – “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” Surprise Album on iTunes Now
- Action Bronson “Mr. Wonderful” Cover Art and Tracklist
- Juicy J “Blue Dream & Lean 2″ Mixtape Cover Art & Release Date Revealed
- MF Grimm “MF Love Songs” Cover Art + Tracklist
- Lord Hakim – “Brass Knucklez” (feat. Vast Aire & Phizz Ed)
- IAMSU! – “Hella Good” (feat. Tyga)
- DJ Kay Slay – “I Declare War” (feat. Styles P, Sheek Louch, Vado, Raekwon, & Rell)
- Maverick Sabre – “We Don’t Wanna Be” (feat. Joey Bada$$)
- Cannibal Ox – “Blade: Art of Ox” (feat. Artifacts & U-God; prod. Black Milk)
- Asher Roth – “Blow Your Head” (prod. Nottz)