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It’s an international edition of Mass Appeal’s ‘Rhythm Roulette’ this week as they travel to South London to hook up with producer Paul White. After picking out 3 pieces of vinyl at random, White chefs up a spacey instrumental using a sample from Odyssey’s “I Got The Melody”.
Here’s some behind the scenes and interview footage from a photo shoot Meek recently sat for to accompany a new article in Billboard by Ben Detrick. He speaks briefly on the tribulations of being in a celebrity relationship, his time in prison and his Twitter beef with Joe Budden. He also says that the etiquette class he was forced to take for probation cost $10,000, which wtf? What if you’re not a rich rapper? In other news, he still hasn’t dropped a Drake response.
Last night on his new Comedy Central show Why?, noted Drake friend Hannibal Buress asked some Beverly Hills pedestrians if they knew who Meek Mill was, to predictable results. In all fairness though, the name Drake didn’t seem to ring too many bells either.
Also featured last night were Jean Grae and Flying Lotus performing “Before The Summer Broke”, from her Gotham Down album. Check that out below.
Here are Killer Mike and El-P doing a crazy rendition of “Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)” with Zack De La Rocha at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago.
Below they’re joined by Gangsta Boo for “Love Again (Akinyele Back)”
Capone-N-Noreaga appear on Hot 97′s Ebro In The Morning for an entertaining 1 hour interview. They talk about their new album Lessons, their history, tiger bone, the Drake and Meek Mill beef, Funkmaster Flex, New York Hip Hop and much more.
Ballin Like Im Kobe coming soon.
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About 10 minutes into this interview on the Rise & Grind Morning Show on Philly’s Power 99, Cube reveals that Dr. Dre will be releasing an album that is inspired by NWA and the new film Straight Outta Compton on August 1st. According to him it will feature new, previously unheard music and “it’s what everybody’s been waiting for” from the good doctor.
Joining Cube in the studio are SOC director F. Gary Gray, his son O’Shea Jackson Jr., and Jason Mitchell, the actor who portrays Eazy-E. They speak variously on the struggle to get the film funded and made, the amount of facetime MC Ren and DJ Yella get in the movie, Cube’s messy exit from the group in the early 90′s, filming in Compton and South Central, Suge Knight and much more.
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