Kiss embraces debate with Stephen A. and Skip on ESPN First Take. They talk about the dire situation the Giants currently find themselves in and expectations for the NFC East, as well as Floyd Mayweather’s fight with Maidana, the prospect of his impending retirement and whether or not he’ll ever step in a ring with Pacquiao.
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Joell Ortiz talks to The Breakfast Club about House Slippers, Joe Budden, Eminem, Aftermath, his health and more.
Previously: Joell Ortiz – House Slippers (Album Stream)
“one of them ol’ Knick ass niggas”
Knicks legend John Starks appeared on ESPN’s Highly Questionable with Bomani Jones and Dan Le Batard yesterday and Jones asked him about the urban legend that identifies him as the player Biggie referenced on “I Gotta Story To Tell”. Starks denies that he was the guy, citing the differnce in height between him and the 6 foot 5 player Big described during his ad-libs at the end of the track. He does however reveal that he heard the story was actually true, although he wouldn’t say which player got cuckolded by The GOAT.
In part 3 of their Back And Forth talk for Noisey, Russell and Ricky talk about the legacy of Public Enemy. Russell explains how PE changed everything about Black America with their Afrocentric empowerment campaign and Rick speaks on how he had to convince Chuck D to give Rap another go after he had a false start with the group Spectrum City. They also talk about hearing “Public Enemy #1″ for the first time, which PE happened to perform on Fallon last night.
Wiz Khalifa talks about if smoking weed in outer space, marriage, dream catchers and more are overrated or underrated.
Previously: Wiz Khalifa Covers The Source
Bishop Nehru stops by Ebro In The Morning to talk about where he is from, getting into Hip Hop, relationship with Nas, working with DOOM and more. He ends things by spitting some bars.
Previously: NehruvianDOOM (Bishop Nehru & DOOM) – OM
Bobby Shmurda sits down with Angie Martinez to speak on performing at Powerhouse, Rihanna, success and much more.
Childish Gambino returns to The Breakfast Club to talk about calling out other rappers, fashion, STN MTN/Kauai mixtape and more.
Here’s part 2 of Noisey’s Back And Forth with Russell and Rick Rubin. In this segment, they speak about the debut Beastie Boys single “Cooky Puss”, recording the Licensed To Ill album and their monster single “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party” and how it impacted the rest of their career.