The Whoolywood Shuffle: “Kendrick Lamar stopped by The Whoolywood Shuffle promoting his latest single “i”. He speaks on traveling to St. Louis to gain Ron Isley’s permission for use of his “That Lady” sample. K. Dot also confirms George Clinton collaborations are underway. There are also motivational gems contained within the interview. One being that [cont.]
Future sits down with Westwood on his European tour to talk about The Monster mixtape, relationships, family life, blogs, lifestyle & working on a new album.
Hot 97′s Peter Rosenberg dishes on new music from Kendrick Lamar, most notably a cut called “King Kunta,” saying the new material finds a new evolution of the Aftermath emcee.
Talib Kweli speaks with RT News about voting, and explains how the US prison system evolved from slavery.
K. Lamar sits in with The Breakfast Club for a 25 minute interview.
Hot 97: “The Compton rapper opened up about the state of hip hop music on deeper level and explained where it needs to go. He also gave a surprising opinion on the Macklemore and those Grammy text messages but the thing that stood out most was when Kendrick discussed his new Outkast-esque record ‘i’.”
Stalley stopped by Torae’s #TorGuideSXM to celebrate the release of his album Ohio & perform live in studio. He also discussed what he’s learned from Rick Ross & how he fits in with MMG. Ohio is available now.
Lil Dicky speaks with Peter Rosenberg at Hot 97 to speak about his origins in the rap game. In the second clip, he freestyles for The Hot Seat with DJ Greg Nitty.
Royce and Preem speak on their new collaborative project, #PRhyme, due this December.
Preem sits in with Snoop Dogg on the GGN show, specifically to speak on his work with Royce on the upcoming PRhyme project, which we are hearing is set for a December 2nd release. Don’t quote us on that tho. They also speak on the possibility of Premier working with Nas again. Snoop’s a Gang [cont.]
Roc Marciano speaks with Forbes DVD in a rare interview piece. He explains the story behind his name, cites his influences, and says it’s his dream to record an album with MF Doom.
The Top Dawg Entertainment recording artist joined Highly Questionable with ESPN’s Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones.
Tip stops by The Breakfast Club to speak about his new album, Paperwork, in stores now.
Ice Cube talks about the upcoming N.W.A. movie and reveals how he feels about his son playing him in it.
Nardwuar interviews Ab-Soul at Fortune Sound Club in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
In this latest Out Da Box TV episode. T.D.E. Artist “Ab-Soul” tells why he chose the album title “These Days” and gives insight to his mindset on maturity, Business and having a longterm mentality.
Ang interviews the newest Roc Nation management signing, Big Sean, who hints that his next album will be a “stocking stuffer.”
After his controversial sit-down with Boosie, Peter Bailey catches up with Ab-Soul on the leg of his Miami tour where the two discuss spirituality, how social media programs society & his take on God’s existence. 40 minutes.
Big K.R.I.T speaks on his new album, Cadillactica, as well as on Spike Lee, J.Cole and Kendrick. He busts a freestyle as well.
From OutDaBoxTV: “Out Da Box TV is happy to bring you Part 2 of our in-depth interview with Souls Of Mischief and Adrian Younge. Fresh off the heels of their successful concept LP entitled “There Is Only Now”, the group continue the convo with details on the turning point of the story line, their ability [cont.]
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