The Breakfast Club at Power 105.1 sat down with Waka Flocka. In quite the interesting interview, they talk his music’s effect at clubs, his PETA campaign, how he invests his money, his issue with Wiz Khalifa and more. Triple F Life: Friends, Fans & Family is in stores June 12.
The final version of the track that leaked back in Dec (before we returned to the internets), but now you can hear it completed CDQ. Clean and Dirty version available below.
Grand Hustle’s latest signee, Trae Tha Truth, hooks up with Tip to put their spin on Red Cafe’s “Let It Go.” You know I’m gonna ask:
Check out the intro for Obie Trice‘s upcoming third album Bottoms Up, produced by Dr. Dre. Obie thanks all those that helped him throughout his career including all his Shady/Aftermath family.
While the full version of his new single “Boyfriend” doesn’t drop until Monday, Justin Bieber stopped by Ellen’s show to give a 15 second clip of the Mike Posner-produced song. Also in the clip, Justin introduces his new artist, fellow Canadian, Carly Rae Lepsen. Justin’s sophomore album Believe is set to hit…
One more Nardwuar interview at SXSW, this time with Compton’s own Kendrick Lamar. Nardwuar asks about how Tech N9ne got Kendrick connected with Dr. Dre, spots he visited during his childhood and a bunch of different hip-hop acts from Compton in the late ’80s.
Raider Klan! Upcoming rapper SpaceGhostPurrp will be releasing his first commercial release “Chronicles Of SpaceGhostPurrp” via 4AD on June 12th. The project will feature both new and old records. Here is a cut that will live on the album. Check out the song below.
Well it was bound to happen at some point. Kim Kardashian was assaulted last night by a woman who threw white powder all over her body lol. Y’all know it’s hilarious. Kim Kardashian was out promoting her new fragrance, True Reflection, and while taking photos & doing interviews on the…
Kay Slay premiered N.O.R.E.’s new joint “Google That” featuring Raekwon and Styles P. Radio Rip for now.
Samuel L. Jackson called out the starting lineups at the Clippers-Hornets game Thursday. Samuel L. Jackson called out the lineups with a Pulp Fiction theme, he recited his Pulp Fiction Ezekiel 25:17 line before announcing the Hornets. Before that, he went with a pretty straightforward approach. I’m a fan of everything…