Archive for the 'Radio' Category

Video: Dave East – Showoff Radio Freestyle

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Dave East drops in on Statik Selektah and company on Showoff Radio and goes in over A$AP Rocky’s “1 Train” and Biggie’s “Dead Wrong” instrumentals. He stumbled a bit but recovered nicely.

Previously: Dave East – Let It Go

Video: Fabolous Interview with The Breakfast Club

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

Fab stops by the Breakfast Club with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne to talk about The Young OG Project and its 90′s theme, the ongoing King of New York argument, clearing samples, the Diddy vs. Drake disagreement and a similar situation he had with Eve, his new deal with Roc Nation and more.

Previously: Fabolous ft. French Montana – Ball Drop

Video: Bodega Bamz – Toca Tuesday Freestyle

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

BAMZ stops by Tony Touch’s show and steps up for an on-air freestyle over Big Daddy Kane’s “Young, Gifted & Black” instrumental.

Previously: Frankie P ft. Bodega BAMZ & Camille Safiya – Machete Music

Video: J. Cole Interview with Angie Martinez

Friday, December 12th, 2014

Cole sits down with Angie at Power 105. He talks about his heartfelt performance of “Be Free” on Letterman and the previously unheard verse that he added to it, infusing his music with social awareness, his issues with capitalism, his references to Eminem and Macklemore on the song “Firing Squad” and how they were received by media outlets, Ferguson and more.

Also, I haven’t listened to it yet, but I’ve heard good things about Cole’s hour long sit-down with Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Frannie Kelley for NPR’s Microphone Check, which you can stream in full below.

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Video: Mad Skillz Interview & Freestyle on Sway in The Morning

Monday, December 1st, 2014

Skillz stopped by Sway’s show on two consecutive days to spin some records and he ended up touching the mic during both trips. Check out the two freestyles above and below and hit the jump for the interview.

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Video: Your Old Droog Interview & Freestyle on Sway in the Morning

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

“The kid Vicious like Sid”

Droog sits down with Sway to talk about the release of his new LP and his entrance into the Rap game. He talks about artists he’s been influenced by, how he broke through with his debut EP and more. Check out the interview below, but first peep the 5 Fingers of Death freestyle above. Your boy eats 5 beats then asks for a sixth.

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Video: YG on Ebro in the Morning

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

YG stops by Ebro in the Morning to talk about his new short film Blame It On The Streets and the accompanying soundtrack, DJ Mustard’s tight-ass shirts, his appearance in the new Fergie video and more.

Previously: A$AP Ferg ft. YG – This Side

Video: Kendrick Lamar on The Tor Guide

Friday, November 14th, 2014

Kendrick Lamar stops by The Tor Guide on Sirius XM with host Torae. He speaks on the pressure of making a proper follow up to good kid, m.A.A.d city, whether or not he’s going to stick to the script he laid out on that album, Dr. Dre’s input and more.

Previously: Watch Kendrick Lamar & Woody Harrelson’s SNL Promos

Video: The LOX Interview with The Breakfast Club

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch sit down with DJ Envy, Charlamagne and Angela. They talk about their two new Trinity EPs, connecting with Dej Loaf, their relationship with Ma$e, reconciling with G-Unit, respecting the new generation of MCs and much more.

Previously: The LOX – Now Listen (Video)

Video: Kendrick Lamar vs. DJ Whoo Kid

Monday, November 10th, 2014

K.Dot’s press run continues as he stops by The Whoollywood Shuffle with DJ Whoo Kid. He speaks on meeting with Ronald Isley to get permission for the “i” sample, confirms that he’s working with George Clinton and much more.

There are also motivational gems contained within the interview. One being that Kendrick emphasizes the basis of challenging yourself. He said “Challenge yourself, and don’t take instances for granted.” “Whether it’s a 16, a hook, or 4 bars challenge yourself. And this is why hip hop is at a point where creativity is stagnant, because artists aren’t challenging themselves.”

via Just Whoo Kid

Previously: Rosenberg Talks “King Kunta”, Other New Kendrick Lamar Tracks | Kendrick Lamar – i (Video)