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Video: DJ Paul & Source E-I-C Kim Osorio Talk About the Lack of Three 6 Mafia Covers

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

During a visit to The Source offices, DJ Paul talks with Editor in Chief Kim Osorio about the fact that Three 6 Mafia has never covered the magazine.

Previously: Three 6 Mafia x Supreme | DJ Paul ft. DJ Kay Slay – I Can’t Take It

Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang Cover The Source (April/May Issue)

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Juicy J, Wiz, Lola Monroe & Chevy Woods cover this month’s issue of The Source. Taylor Gang producers Sledgren and Cardo also have features in the issue.

Sidebar: The American flag (in hip hop) is here to stay.

Video footage of Wiz & Chevy’s Funkmaster Flex freestyle is after the jump.

Previously: Wiz Khalifa – Work Hard Play Hard (O.N.I.F.C. single)

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Drake Covers The Source (November)

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

Drizzy Drake graces the cover of the November / Power 30 issue of The Source magazine. The 8-page-long feature story was written by former EIC of The Source, Kim Osorio where Drake talks about inspirations, his upbringing, his music and more.

Here is a small excerpt from the article where Drake acknowledges that the throne is for the taking.

“When I was a kid trying to figure out what I liked, it was [Kanye] who I related to the most. He was an artist, in every sense, from his cover art to his music. Now, I would say he was a really great competitor….”

The issue hits newsstands on November 15th along with Drake’s album Take Care.

Previously: Drake & Mark Cuban’s NBA 2K12 Commercial (Video)

Rick Ross Responds to Young Jeezy

Monday, December 6th, 2010

In his “Man of the Year” cover issue of The Source, Ross discredits the way Jeezy handled the whole situation as not being G.

Has the phone call between you and Young Jeezy take place yet?

Nah. That hasn’t happened. It’s nothing I’m looking forward to.

You guys have worked together before. It seemed the camaraderie between you two was genuine. The last summer he put out his own “B.M.F.” freestyle, but told me personally it wasn’t abbot you. Did you feel disrespected?

I’m not sure what was going on. [the freestyle] was most definitely [disrespectful], whatever it was. Then the explanations seemed sideways, less than G.

What’s more surprising; a diss records by somebody you were cool with or by somebody you don’t know?’

It’s most definitely when we always touching distance from each other. I’m tight here. It’s not like I’m in Miami and you in New York. We see each other. That’s the only issue I had. It was sideways. So i made a record, “Summer’s Mine” just to [let him know], if we gonna play that sport, let’s put it on the table like men. If it was just a freestyle that the world took the wrong way, leave it alone. That’s how I took it.

An added twist is that you and Jeezy are both on Def Jam. Did you ever get a call from L.A Reid saying “Hey, let’s not let this get out of hand?”

Nah. I don’t accept those kinda calls. I think they know that would have been an exercise in futility. Whatever it’s gonna be, it’s gonna be. If we gonna get money, we gonna get money. If it’s pressure, just put it on the table. I feel no way. I had nothing but love for the homie, but if me getting money in the streets or making music offended you, I can’t help that.

The new issue of the source hits newsstands on December 14th.

Props to Karen Civil

Related: Rick Ross Responds To Latest Grammy Snub [MTV News]

Video: Wiz Khalifa “Uncovered” for The Source

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

Rick Ross is The Source’s “Man of the Year“, but in their latest issue MTV News’ Jayson Rodriguez sits down with Wiz in his NYC hotel room, hours before taking the stage for his Times Square show, to talk about the year that was 2010 and his cult-like following.

“I always was a big Dipset fan, a big Bone Thugs fan. So anything that I was into [had a] cult following. A big Wu Tang fan, cult following. So I thought, “Hmm, let me start my own.” – Wiz Khalifa

I didn’t know Wiz sold out every single show for the last two years, that’s fucking crazy. Although I can’t say that I’m shocked either.

Related: Who Rocked “Black & Yellow” The Best? [Complex]

Video: Ludacris’s Source Magazine Shoot

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Ludacris and DTP shoot for Disturbing The Peace’s 10th anniversary. The issue comes out in May.

Previously: Ludacris’ Census Outreach in NY (Video)

Audio: J. Cole Interview w/ DJ Whoo Kid

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

J. Cole spoke to DJ Whoo Kid to promote the XXL mixtape project.

Previously: Young Chris ft. J. Cole – Still The Hottest | The Source Cover

J. Cole Covers The Source

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

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J. Cole covers The Source‘s Green Issue, hitting newsstands everywhere on March 23rd. That’s cover number three for Jermaine.

Related: B.o.B feat. J. Cole – Gladiators (No DJ) | Mediafire

Hit the jump for some behind the scenes of the cover shoot as he talks about what the game’s been missing.

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Video: Ras Kass Interview w/ The Source

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

Ras Kass speaks to The Source and tells them that West Coast artists need to stop waiting for Dr. Dre and move on with their lives.

Previously: Ras Kass – Almost Famous Pt. 1 & 2 (Video)

Video: Jim Jones Interview w/ The Source

Monday, February 1st, 2010

The capo speaks to The Source about Brooklyn/Harlem beef, his movie “Red Apples Falling” and his The Ghost of Rich Porter mixtape.

Previously: Jim Jones feat. Sin City – Angels (Remix)