Rich Homie Quan Breakfast Club: Rich Homie Quan stops by The Breakfast Club to chat about new and leaked music, being independent, his relationship with Young Thug and squashing the gay rumors.
In episode 9, Tax is joined by @LowKeyUHTN and Kam McCullough @KoolestKidOut of #HennyPalooza. The trio discuss the murder of Chinx, podcast wars, finding love at #HennyPalooza, Dominican vs Haitian women and if Jhene Aiko really has groceries.
With “Hungry Larry” already available on iTunes, New York native Pro T drops off a video for the recently released single. Stay tuned for The Consultation in the near future.
Losing Freedumb, in association with ONAWJO, is proud to present a new release, an EP titled GDLU: The Revival.
Emerging talent Masego pays homage to one of best musicians of all time, Stevie Wonder. Masego brings back Stevie Wonder’s music through his talents as a saxophonist, vocalist and producer and gives it a fresh feel. Check out his Stevie Tribute EP above.
A newbie from Snootie Wild featuring Boosie. Ain’t No Stopping Me drops tomorrow.
Fresh off the release of her new single, “Friday Night”, Teenear and Sage get ready to shoot out the visual for the catchy club single.
Reebok Classic and Finish Line partner to bring fans an exclusive look into the lives, styles, and creative processes of some of the world’s top musical artists. Studio Sessions kicks off with renowned hip-hop artist and Reebok Classic rep, Kendrick Lamar. When Kendrick Lamar first teamed up with Reebok, we all knew it would be a huge success. Now hear him out as he sits down with Jacques Slade in the same studio where he created his latest album, To Pimp a Butterfly. The two rappers, with a mutual love for classic sneakers, discuss what inspires Kendrick’s music, how he is motivated by the community he came from, and his signature style. He describes how he formed his style back in middle school, which is when classic Reebok silhouettes like the Ventilator and Classic Nylon became a permanent part of his wardrobe. Kendrick also invites kids from his alma mater, Centennial High School to listen to the discussion and ask him a few questions of their own.
Where the fuck have THESE fools been? Sammie and Ying Yang link for the party anthem, “Show Me.”
Snoop sits with Rap-Up to discuss his collaborative project, BUSH with Pharrell. The Dogg Father tells Rap-Up that he and Pharrell wanted to bring back that 70’s feel, something that’s pretty much obsolete from what’s going on in the game today. The convo shifts to his cut with Ross and Kendrick and making sure they got their space to shine since the project didn’t hold much rapping to begin with. Pick up BUSH today.