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Cam’ron – Huang’s World Theme Song

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016


Oh hell yes. To coincide with the season 2 debut of Huang’s World on VICELAND this Thursday, Killa Cam has recorded the show’s new official theme song. Check it out below, as well as Eddie’s appearance on Late Night with Stephen Colbert that aired last night.

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Video: Eddie Huang, Cam’ron & Vince Staples on The All Purpose Show

Monday, September 14th, 2015

In a continuation of their ride in the Scion iA, Eddie Huang, Vince Staples and Cam sit down with Prince Paul on The All-Purpose Show. Eddie speaks on a new restaurant he plans on opening in LA, Vince explains why he would never do a song with Jay Z and Killa speaks on his legendary Rap City freestyle and more.

UPDATED: Added the full Cam interview below.

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Video: Eddie Huang & Cam’ron Talk Basketball, New York City

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

That Scion AV clip of Rich Homie Huang scooping Killa and Vince Staples and them in the iA was cool, but if you’re like me you found the Cam ratio to be a bit low. Here’s an extended clip of Eddie and Cam’s ride where they speak extensively about basketball, the NY Knicks, moving out of New York City and more.

Stream and download Eddie’s Shellfish or Better EP here.

Previously: Eddie Huang Picks Up Cam’ron, Vince Staples & Prince Paul in the Scion

Eddie Huang x Scion AV – Shellfish or Better EP

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015


As promised, Scion AV delivers the Eddie Huang curated Shellfish or Better EP, which features new music from Keith Ape, Father, Prayers, Manolo Rose and Maxo Kream.

Stream below and head to Scion AV or Soundcloud to download.

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Video: Eddie Huang Picks Up Cam’ron, Vince Staples & Prince Paul in the Scion

Friday, August 28th, 2015

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.

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Danny Brown – Fresh Off the Boat Theme Song

Thursday, February 5th, 2015


Last night ABC debuted the new sitcom Fresh Of The Boat, which is loosely based on the life of the big homie Eddie Huang and his autobiography of the same name. Early word is that it did pretty well in the ratings and that’s great to hear because Eddie is a stand-up New York dude who does it for the culture. If you caught the show, you were probably pleasantly surprised to find that Danny Brown had penned the theme song. Check out the full version of the song below and set your DVR for Fresh Off The Boat which will be settling into a Tuesday timeslot soon.

Check out Danny Brown on Eddie’s VICE series of the same name here, and read about some of Eddie’s favorite Rap tracks of all time in our Heavy Rotation piece from 2013.

Previously: Eddie Huang on Cam’ron, Food, New Book

Heavy Rotation with Eddie Huang

Friday, November 1st, 2013

Words by Daniel Isenberg (@StanIpcus)

If you’re a true foodie living in NYC, then you’ve probably already tried a pork-belly bun from Eddie Huang’s East Village restaurant BaoHaus. And if you haven’t, well, get on that. But Eddie’s expertise is not limited to Taiwanese cuisine. He’s a “food personality” in the truest sense of the term. Not only is he a restaurant owner/chef, but he’s the author of Fresh Off the Boat, a highly-entertaining memoir that details his Asian-American upbringing, which was recently turned into a pilot sitcom for ABC. And he also hosts a web series of the same name on Vice, the most recent episode which chronicled his trip to one of Detroit’s local burger joints with Danny Brown. Check for a new episode dropping every Monday.

Being that Eddie is a known hip-hop head and music lover in general, we caught up with him in the BaoHaus kitchen earlier this week to chop it up about the five songs he’s been listening to the most recently for our latest edition of Heavy Rotation. There aren’t any songs by his favorite rapper Cam’ron on the list, but he did tell us he’s always listening to his tracks, and reinforced that Crime Pays is his favorite Killa album. So to keep it honest, these are the five non-Cam’ron songs Eddie Huang has been banging on the reg this week.

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Video: Eddie Huang x Danny Brown – Fresh Off The Boat, Detroit (Pt. 1)

Monday, October 28th, 2013

In part 1 of the Detroit episode from Season 2 of Eddie Huang’s Fresh Off The Boat, our fearless host connects with Danny Brown in the Motor City. Eddie almost gets into some beef for daring to pee freely, catches a vicious case of the ‘Itis after fucking up a Big Baby burger and hits a local watering hole with Danny.

Previously: Eddie Huang’s Fresh Off The Boat in Detroit (Trailer) | Danny Brown & Vic Mensa on Juan Epstein

Video: Eddie Huang’s Fresh Off The Boat in Detroit (Trailer)

Monday, October 21st, 2013

Here’s a trailer for the Detroit episode of Eddie Huang’s VICE series Fresh Off The Boat, which just kicked off its second season. In the upcoming Motor City episode, Eddie connects with Danny Brown for Big Baby burgers, visits the huge Muslim community of Dearborn and takes a trip to the old abandoned Packard Plant.

Previously: Eddie Huang on Cam’ron, Food, New Book

Video: Eddie Huang on Cam’ron, Food, New Book

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Eddie Huang is a boss, this much we know. You might run into him at his popular downtown grub spot Baohaus, or you might catch him cruising around Miami on the Bang Bus with Jada Stevens while she gets her guts rearranged. You just never know. Here he is speaking to Mass Appeal for their “Tha Wall” segment about his new book Fresh Off The Boat, Cam’ron being “hands down” his favorite rapper, the joys of 4Loko, favorite NYC food spots (Mamoun’s!) and much more.

Previously: Dipset Rehearses for the 2003 Source Awards (Vintage Video)