Saturday, April 21, 2012
While on the air with Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg, P breaks down the whole hoopla that’s been surrounding himself and Hav over the past couple weeks.
Following his performance at Avalon Night Club, Ev sits down with AmaduezTV to talk about Cats & Dogs, wanting to work with Mos Def, past and future work with Dilated Peoples, upcoming music with Alchemist and more.
he Chef checked into the VIBE offices yesterday where MikeyFresh from MissInfo’s homebase asked him about 2Pac’s hologram performance at Coachella and the possibility of bringing back ODB in 2-D form.
On 2Pac’s hologram:
On 2Pac’s hologram:
“That was brilliant. I tip my hat to Dre because it really shows the sense of love he had for Pac,” Raekwon explains. “Just to see someone do it for the first time ever. We only seen sh*t like that on TV.”On the possibility of a ODB hologram:
“It made me think about Ol’ Dirty, too, Rae says. “I would definitely have to have a understanding with his moms. I think it all starts with [her] respect level. If [she] want us to do it and they feel like it’s cool that’s when we would continue to move on and do that. I wouldn’t jump up out of the blue and just say ‘yo I want to reincarnate your son this way.’ I think it’s important that you give moms respect for her son.”
One Response to “Slaughterhouse Interview w/ Bootleg Kev (Video)”Slaughterhouse does have a good point towards underground fans criticizing their music when they are just developing for the better cause regardless of any corny joints they might put out (that are still lyrically good songs and can get them more popular) they are till gonna put out a lot of dope tracks…. word to dude in the Immortal Technique shirt
When you roll up as much as this guy, 4/20 is just another day in the life. And with that said, Snoop re-releases the visuals to his Stoner’s Anthem. And for that don’t know, his Stoners EP is also available on iTunes.
Last night in Toronto, was supposed to be a Nipsey Hu$$le concert at The Opera House with Juicy J as a special guest, but when Nipsey couldn’t cross over the border, then cancelling his Canadian tour, Mr. Trippy took the stage himself and put on a full show for the crowd. Watch him drink some codeine on stage before performing
Kanye West teamed up with DJ Khaled for his latest solo single “Way Too Cold,” and the two titans aren’t done collaborating just yet. On the set of “Hip Hop Squares,” Khaled revealed to MTV News that he and Ye have already recorded another track, that they’ll roll out soon.
Originally, Kanye’s Kim Kardashian-loving single “Way Too Cold” (initially titled ““Theraflu“”) was slated for the boisterous Cash Money disc jock’s upcoming Kiss the Ring LP, but Khaled didn’t mind giving Yeezy first dibs because the two have another in the stash.
“Me and Kanye West went back in the lab and we made another record and got some features on there too,” Khaled said, careful not to let too many deets leak. “I can’t really talk about it, so expect another monstrous earthquake to hit the streets.”
Looks like Just Blaze & The Blazettes cooked one up for DJ Khaled’s upcoming sixth studio Kiss The Ring LP. Gotta give it up for this guy Khaled Khaled’s vision.
After performing “Ha” and “Back Dat Azz Up,” POW-TV tried to ask Juvie about Drake’s “Practice.”