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Video: Young Guru Teaches His First Class at USC

Monday, October 21st, 2013

Longtime Jay-Z engineer Young Guru was recently named an artist-in-residence at USC’s Thornton School of Music. Here’s a clip from his first lecture and some commentary from Guru’s students and the school’s Vice Dean Chris Sampson.

Previously: Young Guru on Piracy, New Listening Habits & When Jay-Z is Retiring

Video: Pusha T’s MNIMN Roundtable (Pt. 3)

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

In the final part of “Release Roundtable,” Pusha T takes our panel of internet heavyweights through his tracks “Hold On” featuring Rick Ross and “No Regrets” with Young Jeezy & Kevin Cossom. The committee wraps up with their honest commentary on Pusha’s album My Name Is My Name.

Previously: Pusha T ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Nosetalgia” (DECODED)

Video: Pusha T’s MNIMN Roundtable (Pt. 2)

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Pusha and the panel discuss the My Name Is My Name tracks “Suicide”, “S.N.I.T.C.H.” and “Let Me Love You” in this second clip from their roundtable.

Go here to stream the album in full if you haven’t already.

Previously: Pusha T’s MNIMN Roundtable (Pt. 1)

Video: Pusha T’s MNIMN Roundtable (Pt. 1)

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Push sits down with some of my blog brethren and various other internets Rap nerds to preview and disucss cuts from the album. He plays“Noestalgia” and “King Push” for them and they talk about Kendrick’s verse and how he ended up with a beat by Joaquin Phoenix.

Spotted: Miss Info

Previously: Pusha T – King Push (Video)

Video: The Final Installment of Young Guru’s Sound & Vision

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

Here’s a clip from the third and final installment of Young Guru’s Sound & Vision discussion series at the 92nd Street Y. His guests for this sit down include Matt Mason, author of The Pirate’s Dilemma, Sinan Aral of MIT & NYU and Rich D’Ambrise of Maxell, and the topic is the paradigm shift in content creation and distribution brought about by the internet.

Previously: Young Guru, Coodie & Chike, Jason Goldwatch & Rik Cordero @ Sound & Vision | Young Guru, Sean C & LV @ Sound & Vision

Video: A 1 Hour Discussion w/ DJ Premier & Pete Rock

Sunday, December 26th, 2010

Off the DJ Premier vs Pete Rock DVD that dropped in Japan. Via DJPremierBlog

Video: RZA Lecture @ Splash! Festival 2010 (Talks Working With Kanye & Quentin Tarantino, Possible Nas Collab, ’92-’97 Wu Dictatorship)

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

On linking with Kanye in Hawaii and a possible collaboration with Nas.

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Video: MTV2’s Sucker Free Summit

Sunday, July 25th, 2010

MTV’s first-ever Sucker Free Summit with panelists Fat Joe, Bun B, Miss Info, Elliott Wilson, DJ Drama, Ron Artest, and Vibe EIC Jermaine Hall.

The Sucker Free crown winners (see the winners list here) were determined with votes from 50 other tastemakers like Angela Yee, Funkmaster Flex, Uncle Ralph, Green Lantern, Cipha Sounds, Peter Rosenberg, Noah Callahan-Bever, Datwon Thomas, Chuck Creekmur, Eric & Jeff Rosenthal of ItsTheReal, Clinton Sparks, Don Cannon, Greg Street, Michael “5000” Watts, Julia Beverly, and more.

Video: Riggs Morales, Black Milk, Peter Rosenberg & Jerry Barrow Discuss Vibe’s Greatest Producer of All Time List

Monday, April 19th, 2010

So I understand Vibe has gotten a bunch of folks all riled up with this Greatest Producer of All Time tournament thing they’ve been running for the last couple of weeks. I don’t know, I haven’t even looked at it (I know better). In this clip, the homie’s Riggs Morales (Shady Records Director of A&R), Jerry Barrow (Nodfactor.com, former E-I-C of Scratch) and Peter Rosenberg (Hot 97) discuss the list with Black Milk and Sean C. and LV on Grind Music Radio.

Video: Pete Rock Admits Working With Kanye & Talks About Wanting To Work With Em & Jay

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

The video is from the back, but the audio is straight from the soundboard and that’s all that matters.

At Peter Rosenberg’s Noisemakers last night, Pete Rock finally admitted that he’s working with Kanye on Good Ass Job, after denying it last month by saying he was in Hawaii for “just a vacation.”

[22:15] [Rosenberg: First of all shout out to Kanye for making hip-hop so big that when you hear somebody’s traveling to Hawaii, you’re like “oh my god.” So what’s up with this Kanye thing?] Yeah I’m working with him. That’s it, that’s all I could say. [Rosenberg: You went out there to Hawaii?] Yeah, I went out there… He feels like a little brother to me, like my little brother that’s doing it. We got along just fine. He’s definitely hip-hop… [24:10] He takes it to another level. We had these musicians and we did this song. They played around my little raggedy beat and made it real big. [Rosenberg: Did you hear him rhyme?] [Exhales] Yup. I love the way he works. He goes from one room writing rhymes, and then goes to the another room fixing a beat, and then he goes in another room to do something else.

He then talks about wanting to work with Eminem & Jay-Z.

[25:40] [Rosenberg: There’s an Eminem record dropping this year too, have you ever had any contact with Em?] I would love to. I never [met him.] He’s a producer too. [Rosenberg: I feel like he could still benefit from Pete Rock. I love Renegade and all, but I feel like he could still..] I love Eminem, I think he’s one of the dopest. Ever. I started questioning Jay-Z when he got at him on that joint. I take nothing away from Jay, I just thought Em’s verse was incredible. [Rosenberg: Why has there not been a Jay record? I talked to him, I know you’re one of his favorites and yet there’s never been anything. Was there ever going to be anything?] We never worked together, I always wanted to. Actually I gave him a beat that I did for Kurupt, “Yessir”. I was hoping that he used it.

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