One of the biggest producers out right now, Mike Will Made It, stopped by Power 105.1 to chop it up with The Breakfast Club. He talks about how he got into producing music, why he picked music over sports, bringing Ciara back to the “A” on her new single and more. Check out the interview above. After producing a hit single in “Bitches Love Me” for Wayne recently, I’m expecting another year of hit singles from Mike Will.
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Nemo Hoes AKA Snoop Dogg grab Westcoast’s Pac Div for the latest episode of his GGN news video series. They sit around and talk about how Snoop once got into a fight at an IHOP, battling 20,000 rappers with Kurrupt, smoke some weed and more. Pac Div’s GMB album is available now.
To be fairly honest, I’m not a fan of Hopsin’s music but more because I’m not familiar with it but Nardwuar’s interviews are always enjoyable. I was checking out the Youtube comments on this video and I have to say, I would definitely like to see Nardwuar take on Ab-Soul in the future.
CNN’s ‘Greatest Lyricist of All Time‘ (who STILL looks like he just celebrated his 21st birthday with Pharrell) stops by the Angie Martinez show to show some love on her birthday sat down to talk about a couple things. He speaks on the New Years Eve he held in New York, his current status with his ex-wife Kelis, the follow up album to Life Is Good which was one of the best albums of 2012 and more.
The early 2000s were a time when an unknown crew from Kentucky became the biggest rap outfit in music. They dropped a chart topping record, toured with Jay-Z, and worked with some of the best artists on the come up. Today The Nappy Roots are still one of the hardest working hip-hop crews in the game. They are constantly on tour, with over 200 shows a year, and they are pushing solid projects and solo studio efforts yearly. With numbers like that on their touring schedule it is no surprise that they made it out to the remote town of Telluride, Colorado for the only hip-hop show the mountain village saw all year. Naturally them country boys sold out the legendary Roma Bar music venue, and made their mark with a hype show for the record books. Chiefer Adam caught up with them before the gig, and chopped it up about their newly found independent status, past collabs, working with producers, and the bright future of the group. This is Part I of that conversation.
In this phone interview with DJ Whoo Kid, Pusha addresses his beef with Lil Wayne and states that it is driven in part by his own pettiness, having his verses picked apart by Kanye, his debut album My Name Is My Name that is slated to drop this year, Kanye’s kid and much more.
In part 3 of his interview with Hard Knock TV, Ab-Soul elaborates on his song “Double Standards”, which appears on his latest LP, Control System. He also talks about meeting Nas as a fan because Nas was not hip to Soul’s music yet, and hope that a collab could happen sometime soon in the future. He also elaborates on the song “Pineal Gland” saying that it’s not about smoking DMT but about the natural DMT that one gets during heavy REM sleep. You can watch part 1 and 2 of the interview after the jump. (more…)
Looking back on his incredible year, ASAP Rocky talks with Miss Info about his accomplishments and setbacks in 2012. They discuss everything from the growth of the ASAP Mobb, beef with former friends, his past romances, his legal troubles, and his fashion trendsetting…Rocky and ASAP Ferg also sound off about the early leak of Rocky’s debut album, Long Live ASAP. (shot at Black Star Music, in Harlem)
Doobies to Miss Info!
The Good Guys sat down with Hot Spitta Curren$y and talked about how much has changed since their last interview with Mikey Rocks, the difference between being independent and being with Warner, cars of course, favorite albums, sneakers, Wiz Khalifa and he kicked some game to up and coming artist.
Wiz Khalifa sits down with DJ Whoo Kid to talk about having love for the Giants, Amber Rose, the O.N.I.F.C. album cover, possibly doing a movie and soundtrack with 50 Cent, wanting to work with Dr. Dre, his Taylor Gang crew, ASAP Rocky and more. Make sure you pick up Wiz Khalifa’s new album on iTunes now.