Juicy J is back with the 7th installment of his ‘Everyday Life’ series. In this episode Juicy J makes an appearance on Skee Live, shoots a video with Wiz and performs on 106th & Park. ‘Stay Trippy’ in stores now.
In part II of the Release Roundtable for Pusha’s My Name Is My Name, Push gives a background story on “Suicide”, “S.N.I.T.C.H.” and declares NO more rappers shouldn’t be talking about these type of things unless they’re giving the entire perspective. Things got weird after Pusha played “Let Me Love You” featuring Kelly Rowland because on everything I love, I thought that was Mase on the second verse. NO ONE COULD TELL ME DIFFERENT! My Name Is My Name is out next Tuesday.
RESPECT: Mass Appeal
Pusha decodes his rattling intro “King Push” from his forthcoming debut My Name Is My Name which drops October 8th.
Austin, Texas native Sertified expresses his inspiration behind the title and the artwork of his latest project, Aren’t We All FilthyFckingHumans. This project was produced by German producer Heartbeatz. Listen below.
20 minutes of Curren$y and his buddies doing what they do best: record music, crack jokes and smoke weed. Presented by Pitch Fork
Q the Question chops it up with SKE Records own DJ A-Yo! to talk about expanding the brand in the country of Spain.
Young Jeezy is overdue for a new album and he has finally announced that he’s ready to give the people a new project. In his new vlog, he drops a new single entitled “In My Head” and we see Jeezy hitting the studio with Don Cannon, DJ Drama, Usher, Ludacris, and Future.
The HOT 97 Morning Show gives their thoughts on Rock The Bells being cancelled in NYC AND Washington, D.C. Peter Rosenberg took the time to explain his disappointing thoughts about the festival being cut. Ebro chimed in with a very interesting point about seeing Jay 5 times a year but not supporting the artist of tomorrow. What’s the main cause of the decline for this years Rock The Bells? Ticket sales? Not enough interest in the artist? Though I’ve never ventured to a Rock The Bells, I would NEVER imagine that TWO shows let alone ONE, would get axed due to lack of interest.
RESPECT: HOT 97
Stalley drops the fourth part of his Honest Cowboy vlog series as he still continues to promote his newest project the ‘Honest Cowboy’.
French Montana, his gold chains and his hookah stick take on the infamous, Narduwar.