Earlier this morning, Wiz Khalifa stops by The Breakfast Club for a 20 minute interview with Charlemagne, Angela Yee and DJ Envy. He speaks about being a new father, fashion, working with Gucci Mane (who unfortunately is back in jail), the one million dollar lawsuit and a lot more. Wiz fans are in for a treat because he hopped on a Google live stream with Spitta yesterday to announce that the highly anticipated project, Live In Concert, will be released on April 20th.
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Hailing from Las Vegas, Funk Volume’s Dizzy Wright is the next XXL Freshman to drop his freestyle this week. The only ones left to drop their freestyles are Action Bronson and Angel Haze. Look out for Bronson’s to drop tomorrow.
Fiend decides to bless his Cookin’ Soul produced cut with some official visuals off his latest mixtape release, Lil Ghetto Boy. We also interviewed Fiend prior to the release of his mixtape where he talks about a lot of cool stuff which you can read here. Smoke one and watch the Jet Life pilot’s new visuals above.
The Wow, which consists of K.O. The Legend and producer Balthazar Getty, recruit Epic Records’ latest signee Vinny Cha$e for the official remix to their ‘Whittier Blvd’ single. If you aren’t up on Vinny Cha$e, download his Golden Army mixtape that dropped last year. Keep an eye on this Harlem rapper because I believe he’s going to have a big year for 2013 as you can see since he signed a deal earlier this year. Expect his next project to late in the last quarter of 2013 since he has stated that in his interviews. You can also watch the official video for ‘Whitter Blvd’ after the jump. Doobies to X for the premier.
YG might not be the most lyrical artist coming out of the Westcoast but he sure knows how to make bangers. Off his Just Re’d Up 2 mixtape that dropped earlier this year, here is the official video for his track, ‘IDGAF’, featuring Will Claye. Watch the Jonathan Andrade-directed visuals above.
Iamsu! selects the slowest track on his $uzy 6 $peed mixtape to receive the visual treatment. That mixtape wasn’t his latest release because he dropped a collab mixtape with Problem titled Million Dollar Afro. Lookout for Su! to drop his Kilt 2 mixtape in the very near future.
Constant touring can cause artists to seek out refuge in the recording booth along the way. Here, Life + Times catches up with Curren$y after a show in Chicago, as he and fellow Jet Life Recordings emcee Young Roddy spend two days recording 3 Piece Set, an EP for “Closed Sessions” at Soundscape Studios. Featuring an original score by Thelonious Martin.
Today Homeboy Sandman drops his next project Kool Herc: Fertile Crescent on Stones Throw Records. To celebrate the anticipated release Chiefer Adam brings Part 2 of his exclusive interview with Boy Sand conducted in New York City earlier this year. They talk positivity in hip-hop, upcoming Stones Throw collabs, working with Brother Ali, and who he looks to for advise in the game. After the jump check the signature Boy Sand “Out Now” track below as well as a single “Dag, Pilly Too” from the El RTNC produced record which just dropped a few minutes ago. You can also buy the full album here.
Kid Cudi has uploaded a time lapse video of the mural Tazroc painted for him in LA. I always loved seeing time lapse art videos because it’s cool to see the process artists go through to get from point A to point B. Also, Kid Cudi’s new album, Indicud, hit stores today so make sure you head out to your local store that isn’t Walmart and cop that album.
Complex premiers Chicago artist YP’s brand new visuals for ‘Smoke Something’ featuring MMG’s Rockie Fresh, off his latest mixtape release, Wide Awake. Just like he says in his song, sit back, roll up and smoke something. Watch the new visuals above.