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Video: Va$htie Interview w/ DJ Teddy Ruckspin

Last Wednesday, Va$htie spoke to DJ Teddy Ruckspin on F.O.K.U.S. Radio about what life on the road is like right now, writing the treatment for Common’s “Testify” video, Q-Tip as a DJ and the vision she had behind her parties (1992, etc.)

After the jump, she discusses her departure from her executive job at Def Jam (as Director of Creative Services,) co-signs Theophilus London as a rapper and Hellz Bellz as a brand.

Related: Dante Marshal Shoots “Va$htie Kola + Big Sean”


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19 Responses to “Video: Va$htie Interview w/ DJ Teddy Ruckspin”

  1. Troyvul Says:

    Anything > Rap

  2. Beezy Says:

    *replaces S with $ in name*

    *is original*

  3. why? Says:

    ^

    If you were a rapper whose career died down what would you do with your money?

    —————-

    “Get a crate, some crack, and some house slippers…”

    ^^

    Somebody give this man Nation’s job.

  4. 456 Says:

    she’s cute

  5. b-ease Says:

    456 Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:44 pm
    she’s cute

    ^^
    Sho is.

  6. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    I’m out.

    I see the bullshit starting to creep in.

  7. Beezy Says:

    Amp running from an e-confrontation? Seems uncharacteristic.

  8. landlord Says:

    this chick is all kinda fine… she look like Lisa Bonet and Nivea had a baby …

  9. Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    Vash is a hype beast’s wet dream.

  10. Slumbilical Says:

    dance, sing or sew

    ^

    All 3…what(?)

  11. Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    eff’n Pharrell man…

  12. why? Says:

    I know she is cute and all but seriously though to this day people including myself are fascinated with what goes on in Manhattan and Brooklyn yesterday, today, and probably tomorrow. A lot of upcoming talent coming from there.

  13. landlord Says:

    Beezy Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:48 pm
    Amp running from an e-confrontation? Seems uncharacteristic.

    ———

    whenever Amp is at a loss, he runs and cries foul play… FACT

    watch, he’ll start saying me & you are the same person…

    thats his go to comment, when his e-feelings get hurt …

  14. illuminati by nature Says:

    @ ease- here’s a synopsis of the documentary I saw…

    hiphoppress.com/2010/01/pbs-doc-blacking-up-hiphops-remix-of-race-and-identity-examines-racial-identity-in-american-culture-.html

    PBS DOC, BLACKING UP: HIP-HOP’S REMIX OF RACE AND IDENTITY, EXAMINES RACIAL IDENTITY IN AMERICAN CULTURE TODAY
    (San Francisco, CA)-BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity explores racial identity through the lens of hip-hop music and culture. The film focuses in particular on the tensions that surround white identification with hip-hop. Popularly referred to by derogatory terms such as “wannabe” or “wigger,” the white person who identifies with hip-hop often invokes heated responses. For some, it is an example of cultural progress – a movement toward a color-blind America. For others, it’s just another case of cultural theft and mockery – a repetition of a racist past.

    BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity probes these different responses, constructing a dialogue on race that draws parallels from American history and incorporates the perspectives of leading cultural critics, hip-hop industry pioneers, well-known rappers, an assortment of young fans, and hip-hop hopefuls. BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity will premiere on PBS stations nationwide beginning in January 2010 (check local listings).

    Against the unique backdrop of American popular music, BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identityexplores racial identity: where it comes from, why certain personas are attractive to white suburban youth, and what authenticity means to the communities being emulated in hip-hop.

    In contrast to most popular discussions, the film puts questions of white identification with hip-hop in a historical context, which proves both educational and informative.

    Showing the parallels between the figure of the white hip-hopper and previous incarnations of white identification with black culture, BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity highlights a lineage that includes blackface performers such as Al Jolson, jazz figures like the “hipster” and the “white negro,” and rock-and-roll icons like Elvis Presley. White participants in the film discuss where they see their place in hip-hop, reflecting earnestly on how they have been affected by the words “wigger” or “wannabe.” Black participants debate what white adoption of hip-hop might mean today, considering past instances of appropriation and mockery of black cultural expression. All participants’ praises and criticisms contribute to an understanding of how race functions in America today.

  15. Tong Po Flo Says:

    *juveniles it up*

    I have a e-crush on Va$htie she mad pretty…..and CiCI too tho

  16. Joe 88 Says:

    *Continue lurking*

  17. illuminati by nature Says:

    grandmaster caz was the tour guide/bus driver in the PBS documentary:

    hushhiphoptours.com/

    Hush Tours are the worlds only hip hop experiences that use celebrity talent as the guides for each tour.

    Founded in 2000 by Debra Harris, devout hip hop aficionado, ex-talent agent, and New York City licensed tour guide, Ms. Harris pioneers this genre with educational tours and experiences to the critical destinations past and present.

    “Our vision for this business was to create an interactive and comprehensive learning experience for all ages and nationalities. I really wanted to share the true inside story of the evolution of this music culture – ultimately helping people to learn what hip hop culture was and continues to be; ‘how’ it all started, where exactly it all began, who the influencers and influences were (and continue to be) that made this music lifestyle grow into what has become a $30 billion dollar business today”, states Ms. Harris.

    New York City is known to the world as the birthplace of hip hop. Preserving the roots of hip hop culture means teaching tour participants the true essence of this genre. This is precisely what we have done with our tours and experiences”, finishes Ms. Harris.

    Separating the facts from fiction are the actual celebrities from the day; Grandmaster Caz of the original Coldcrush Brothers, Kurtis Blow, Rahiem (The Furious Five) Reggie Reg, Mikey D, Ralph McDaniels, DJ Kool Herc are just some of the legends that tell the story of how hip hop began.

    “Using the actual music legends and pioneers of hip hop to tell the story is what is the most interesting aspect of our tours”, states Harris. “While we are a completely professional and licensed business ‘telling’ the story by the insiders who lived it is what makes our experiences truly different.”

    chicagotribune.com/features/nyc-hiphoptour,0,1136040.story

  18. Richbathgate Says:

    she used to come to my job often … this chick skin is like the clearest ive ever seen

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