Kid Ink just released his new album My Own Lane and to continue his promo run, he stops by the Hot 97 studios for an 11-minute interview. Ink chats with Ebro, Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds about the money he made independently, his lyrics, tattoos and more.
50 Cent made his annual appearance at CES this year and decided to sit down and chat with Sonic Electronix about numerous topics. Fif speaks on his SMS Audio brand/business, the Street King Immortal album, the Animal Ambition mixtape, Carmelo Anthony and more.
Watch the 6-minute interview above.
Back-to-back TDE interviews? I like it! This time, TDE’s Schoolboy Q sits down with Peter Rosenberg to speak on his come-up, selling drugs, the original formation of Black Hippy, his writing process, stage fright and much more.
Watch the 10-minute interview below.
Man, I hate to see DMX like this. While overseas, X spoke with 359HipHop about legal issues, the current state of Hip-Hop, Eminem and their relationship, technology and more. He says the current state of Hip-Hop “fuckin’ sucks” and mentions that there are a few nice rappers but most suck. Sigh.
Watch the video interview above.
Esteban from Fuse recently sat down with Fabolous at Madison Square Garden to speak on Fab’s latest project, The Soul Tape 3. Loso talks about the tape, previous Christmas releases and more. Download the mixtape here if you haven’t already.
Wale is the latest artist to appear on Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds’ Juan Epstein podcast. He speaks on the whole Complex ordeal, not doing media for everyone, Beyonce’s new album and much more.
Listen to the 40-minute interview below.
Eminem is the latest artist to travel out to the United Kingdom for an in-depth interview with BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe. Em speaks on his The Marshall Mathers LP 2 album, preforming live, being sober, his new sound and much more.
UPDATE: Added the second part of the interview. Watch it below.
UPDATE 2: Check out part 3 below, where Em speaks on Bad Meets Evil, his collab with Kendrick Lamar and much more.
Childish Gambino just recently sat down with The Breakfast Club crew and spoke on a few interesting topics. Gambino, aka Donald Glover, speaks on his new album Because The Internet, not wanting to be labeled as a “rapper,” his take on anti-bullying and much more.
Diddy appeared on last night’s episode of Late Night With Jimmy Kimmel and gave avery interesting interview. He appeared to be slightly under the influence as he spoke on his new Revolt TV network, the Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel feud, wanting to own an NFL team and more.
Watch part 2 and 3 below.
With his Revolt TV network launching tonight at 8pm, Diddy made his way to Power 105′s The Breakfast Club to further promote the new venture. He speaks on why he decided to start Revolt, what to expect from it, where he started, how to help improve the channel and more.
Diddy also stopped by the Hot 97 Morning Show this morning to talk about the network and the content that will appear on it. Check out that interview below.