Aubrey can’t get out of our heads this week. He’s on every show talking about the album and his new lease on life. Sounding like a motivational speaker out here. Ellen grilled him on his dating life, popping up pictures of various rumored flings and Drake swatted them like David Ortiz. Of Rihanna? Watch.
It’s safe to say the Ja Rule wants to put that last ten years or so behind him. Since releasing his single “Fresh Out Da Pen,” Rule has been doing the media blitz, getting back on the horse, so to speak. Good for him. Now the job of introducing an entire generation to his music and winning back some of the old fans.
Hot97’s Ebro Darden interviews Mr. Cee about the allegations surrounding his latest incident involving an undercover police officer and the evidence that he engaged in some acts with transgender sex workers in the past. This is a witch hunt. Hopefully hip-hop learns from it and becomes safer for people of all orientations.
In recent months it’s seemed that 50 Cent has been subliminally dissing his own crew, G-Unit. Back in July he told XXL regarding Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo, “they need to get themselves together,” before making an appearance on Big Boy’s Neighborhood to elaborate, “I’ve enabled them to a point where they feel like they don’t have to do anything.”
Lupe gets interviewed in Sydney, Australia and opens up about his upcoming Food & Liquor 2 album, its cover, and its sequel due after Christmas.
Kendrick Lamar recently sat down with Fuse to discuss his upcoming good kid, m.A.A.d. city album, its album art, working with Dre, and more. good kid, m.A.A.d. city drops October 22.
The #1 ranked “Sleep Walking Booty Grabber In Sweden” stops by Pitchfork to talk about his upcoming projects and drop a freestyle.
In an interview with Scion, Danny Brown explains why boredom creates good music, why little voices inside your head is a good thing, and how he goes about never growing up.
Started in Boston, The Dean’s List has been making a name for themselves, touring heavily across the United States for the last two years. We recently had the chance to sit down with Sonny, Mik, and Mendoza to discuss their rigorous touring schedule and their unique and ever-changing sound. Read More