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GQ ft. Problem & Bad Lucc – Falls Down (Prod. by 9th Wonder)

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014


Another one from JAMLA soldier GQ off his upcoming LP, Rated Oakland. Produced by 9th Wonder.

Previously: GQ ft. Nipsey Hussle & Big Pooh – Count’em Up

GQ ft. Nipsey Hussle & Big Pooh – Count’em Up

Thursday, June 12th, 2014

Oakland native and JAMLA artist GQ drops something new from his upcoming Rated Oakland project, due out June 24th. Produced by 9th Wonder.

Previously: GQ – The Town (Video) | Jamla is the Squad (Album Stream)

Kendrick Boycotted GQ’s Men of The Year Party

Friday, November 15th, 2013

According to TMZ, Kendrick and the TDE camp were not pleased with the angle GQ writer Steve Marsh took with his Men of The Year cover story. Apparently the camp boycotted the release party for the issue, saying the article was disrespectful in its portrayal of the rapper. In the story, March expressed surprise at how disciplined the young MC is in the face of fame and fortune.

They offered a couple of quotes from TDE boss Top Dawg on the label’s displeasure.

“To say he was ‘surprised at our discipline’ is completely disrespectful … Kendrick deserved to be accurately documented.”

“The racial overtones immediately reminded everyone of a time in hip-hop that was destroyed by violence, resulting in the loss of two of our biggest stars [Tupac and B.I.G.] … As a result of this misrepresentation, I pulled Kendrick from his performance at GQ’s annual Man Of The Year party.”

UPDATED with a response from GQ’s Editor in Chief after the jump.

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Video: Kendrick Lamar – GQ Freestyle

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Oh, GQ is asking niggas for freestyles now?

Previously: Kendrick Lamar Covers GQ’s Men of the Year Issue

Danny Brown for GQ

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

GQ caught up with Danny for a quick Q&A and a new photoshoot. He spoke on his personal style preferences, how his hometown of Detroit influences his swagger and his new LP, getting topped off on stage and more.

On his new album:

“In New York, you go out every day and do shit. Detroit, you stay in the house for days. I think it’s what makes us experimental. You’re trapped inside and bored. My new album is very emotional. It’s a party album, but it’s dark. You gotta see Detroit as what it is: the city that made Juan Atkins, same city that made Jack White, same city that made Eminem.”

Hit the jump for a companion video to the piece, in which Danny breaks down the “Rules of Rebel Style”, and hit GQ for the full Q&A.

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Drake’s Full Interview in GQ

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Shot by Mario Sorrenti

GQ landed the first real interview of the Nothing Was The Same media cycle. In it, not only does Drake discuss rap, love and Chris Brown, but also money, his security, family and talks at lengths about what goes into making his songs:

In one song off the new album, Drake delves into the pain of his parents’ split, but as always for Drake, it’s raw material—powerful, personal, and cautionary—reshaped as art. And it’s what makes Drake Drake: his willingness to go there and say it out loud, and in that way possess it. If it’s an impulse not wholly recognizable in rap, it suggests that perhaps Drake belongs on a slightly different continuum, one belonging, at least in spirit, to confessional poets or expressionist painters or indie bands like the xx, a band he loves. But, he says, his lodestar for the new work has been Marvin Gaye’s Here, My Dear, the 1978 double-album confessional chronicling the collapse of Gaye’s first marriage, described by one critic as “the sound of divorce…exposed in all its tender-nerve glory.”

“It’s so honest,” says Drake, who’s also been recording in Gaye’s old studio, Marvin’s Room. “He just puts it all out there.

Drake also revealed he was “four songs into the new album” at the time of this interview, including one which is titled “Tuscan Leather”:

Drake and 40 swivel at the same time and start tapping the keys of their laptops, cuing up the first track off of Nothing Was the Same, a song called “Tuscan Leather”—a title, Drake tells me, named for a Tom Ford fragrance that some say smells like a brick of cocaine.

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Drake Briefly Talks Nothing Was The Same in GQ

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Drake sat down with GQ (again) at his home in San Fernando Valley and discussed his beef with Chris Brown, “Started From The Bottom” and most importantly, his new album:

On Nothing Was The Same:
“This is my fucking moment to say if I wanted to rap all the time, really rap, I would, but I also love to make music. I’ll do this for you right now. But it’s for me, too. It’s my story…I’m trying to get back to that kid in the basement. To say what he has to say. And I’m trying to make it last.”

Hit the jump for more interview excerpts from the Q&A as well as a quick video interview he did in Atlanta over the weekend after performing at Birthday Bash.

PREVIOUSLY: Drake Freestyle @ GQ Photoshoot (Video)

Earlier today: Drake Announces “Would You Like A Tour?” w/ Future & Miguel

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GQ ft. Rapsody & Rocki Evans – I Know

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

GQ drops his latest Death Threats and Love Notes: The Prelude leak featuring Rapsody and Rocki Evans. The project is set to be released on March 26th.

Previously: GQ – The Town (Prod. by 9th Wonder) (Video)

Video: GQ – The Town (Prod. by 9th Wonder)

Saturday, February 23rd, 2013

Here’s a new visual from Oakland based Jamla Records artist GQ for the 9th Wonder produced “The Town”.

Previously: 9th Wonder – Threat (DECODED)

Rapsody ft. Childish Gambino & GQ – Beautiful Music

Monday, August 27th, 2012

Rapsody’s debut album The Idea Of Beautiful drops August 28th.

Previously: Rapsody ft. Mac Miller & The Cool Kids – Round Table Discussion (Prod. by 9th Wonder)