Joe, Marisa Mendez, Rory and Raqi Thunda sit down for Episode 29 of the Buddencast.
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With his new album Deeply Rooted out this Friday, Face Mob makes his return to The Combat Jack Show.
Mr. Brad Jordan is back and is…, well all over the place. Listen as Face’s mind plays tricks on us, and how he feels his latest album ‘Deeply Rooted’ is his greatest work ever. We also get a visit by Bril Ndiaye, DJ Mars and Tai Saint-Louis who talk about their “The Art Behind The Tape” book. ‘Deeply Rooted’ hits stores September 4th.
Episode 5 of Gasface’s Hell Train series showcases NYC graf writer Jesus Saves.
Narrated by Bodega BAMZ.
In this new clip from Scion AV, Eddie Huang picks up Cam’ron, Vince Staples, Prince Paul and Stevie Lee in LA while whipping the 2016 Scion iA. They chop it up about basketball, mixtapes, girls, Japan, rat tails and mroe as Eddie chauffeurs them to the All-Purpose Show.
Below, check out Keith Ape’s “Camo”, which is the first release from Eddie’s Shellfish or Better EP that he’s collaborating on with Scion AV.
Last night, Curren$y revealed the Lil Wayne and August Alsina assisted first single from his upcoming album, Canal Street Confidential. In this interview clip from Mass Appeal, having just left a meeting at Atlantic, he speaks on the reception the album got when he previewed it for the label and how the Wayne feature came about.
Canal Street Confidential is due November 6th.
Here are episodes 3 and 4 of Gasface’s ongoing 7-part Hell Train series. Episode 3 features NYC street legend and Blackhand Entertainment founder Chaz Williams speaking on the military service of his father, his career as a bankrobber and his subsequent sentence to 95 years in prison, escape and eventual release.
Episode 4, which you can watch below, features OG NYC Rap journalist Bonz Malone drawing a parallel between his days as a graf writer destroying fresh trains and his subsequent career as a writer destroying blank pages with his words. He also speaks on the draw of New York City itself and its singular ability to bring the best out of people.
Narrated by Bodega BAMZ.
Lil Wayne stopped by ESPN’s First Take this morning and spoke on how he, as a New Orleans native, ended up rooting for the Green Bay Packers, plus the impact of Jordy Nelson’s season ending ACL injury.
Updated with full interview below.
In this new episode of Noisey’s ‘The People vs’, Ice Cube responds to the universallyy positive comments on N.W.A’s classic “Straight Outta Compton” video.
Continue below to check out a trailer for the new season of ‘The People vs’ which will feature Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky, 50 Cent, Vince Staples, Migos, YG, Stormzy and others.
Cube and his son O’Shea Jackson Jr, who portrays his father in the new N.W.A biopic, discuss whether Cube considered anybody else for the role, if O’Shea felt comfortable stepping into his dad’s shoes and which scene was the most emotional for Cube to watch on the big screen.