While out in South Beach, Peter Bailey from NiteCap sat down with Big Sean and spoke on numerous difference topics in the 13-minute interview. He talked about working with Eminem, his Aura Gold fashion line, Rick Ross lyric controversy, girlfriend Naya Rivera and much more.
While out in Seattle earlier this week, Joey Bada$$ and the Pro Era crew stopped by the KUBE 93 studios and chopped it up with DJ Hyphen and J. Moore. They speak on their background and how they originally came together, how they were put on to golden age hip-hop by their families, their ambitions outside of hip-hop, upcoming projects, and inspiration from Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q and the TDE camp.
Wiz Khalifa stopped by the Shade 45 studio today and had a 10-minute chat with DJ Whoo Kid. He speaks on weed, his son, working with Britney Spears, his new album dropping this year, the U.O.E.N.O. remix, touring, Juicy J’s new album and more.
Wiz Khalifa sat down with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God on Power 105′s The Breakfast Club this morning and gave a 20-minute interview. Wiz talks about being a father, fashion, working with Gucci Mane, his lyrics, his new deal with Converse, upcoming projects, sex life with Amber Rose, relationship with Waka Flocka and much more.
Tyga stopped by the Shade 45 studios earlier and had an 16-minute chat with DJ Whoo Kid. He talks about the artwork and sound of his new album Hotel California, West Coast artists, his sneaker line, Lil Wayne’s health scare, Rick Ross getting dropped from Reebok, Too $hort running from the cops and more.
Tyga stopped by the Power 105 studios this morning and chopped it up with The Breakfast Club crew. T-Raw speaks on his new album Hotel California, his lyrics changing die to having a son, Rick Ross’ controversial lyrics, his hilarious appearance on MTV’s Bustas, his relationship with Chris Brown, his Lamborghini, first week sales predictions and much more.
Pusha T sat down with Fuse at Coachella and revealed the producers and features for his upcoming debut album My Name Is My Name. He says that the album will include production from Pharrell, Kanye West, The Dream, Rico Beats, Nottz, Don Cannon, Swizz Beatz, Hudson Mohawke and more. He also reveals that the album will have guest appearances from Rick Ross, Future, Kendrick Lamar, The Game, Kanye West, 2 Chainz and more. Expect to hear a release date soon.
While out in NYC, Drake stopped by and gave a very interesting interview while on East Village Radio. Drizzy speaks on his upcoming album Nothing Was The Same and the recording process behind it, his two latest joints Started From The Bottom and 5AM In Toronto, Rick Ross’ rape lyrics and how it’s a wake up call, current relationship with The Weeknd and Pusha T, beef with Chris Brown and plenty more.
The quotable we’ll all remember from this interview is when Drake spoke on Chris Brown, saying:
“I make better music than him. I am more popping than him. At one point the woman he loves fell into my lap.”
Also, Drake plans on releasing two brand new tracks next week. One of these tracks will be No New Friends, featuring Rick Ross and produced by Boi-1da.
By now most of us have heard Ray J’s new single I Hit It Firstand we can all agree that it’s an obvious diss towards Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Well, this morning while on Hot 97, Ray J declines that it is a diss record and says that he is not trying to “create a war” and that it’s “just a song.”
While out in Hollywood, DJ Skee got the chance to chill at T.I.’s huge crib and while there, Tip made a public service announcement. He revealed that there is a Hustle Gang mixtape on the way (within the next 4 weeks) titled G.D.O.D: The Introduction and will feature music the entire Hustle Gang family including T.I., B.o.B., Trae Tha Truth, Iggy Azalea, Shad Da God, Travis Scott, Young DRO and more. He also says we should expect it to drop in 4 weeks.