Furious Yee In support of their film, Furious 7, both Ludacris and Tyrese returned to Power 105 this morning. In separate interviews, Luda spoke on Ludaversal, Paul Walker, this specifics on his previous beef with Drake, Mayweather’s training and more. Meanwhile, co-star Black Ty spoke on his memorable moments during filming the movie, his new music, the Justin Bieber roasting debacle, Ginuwine, his fans and more.
Actual Facts. Mad brothas know is name, but if you don’t, Lord Finesse recently kicked it with Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg. Below is a summary of their conversation. Yes the Lord came thru to talk about everything. He covers the start of his career and the role Guru played in it, the creation of DITC, discovering Big L, working with Biggie, working on Chronic 2001 and Detox, and much more!
Ms. Wonderful (Angela of course) Action and our pal Al visited the Breakfast Club this morning. They recalled on their first encounter, recording Mr. Wonderful, Action singing, serving food during SXSW, shared a few diet secrets that helped him to lose 40 lbs and more. Previously: With his new single on the ‘net, Action Bronson finally broke bread with The Breakfast Club. He spoke on Ghostface Killah comparison, Azealia Banks, New York rap, and everything else between.
Wonderful In The Morning Accompanied by The Alchemist, Action Bronson began his album release day over at Hot 97 this morning. Here’s what went down: “Bronson and Alchemist came thru to celebrate Bronson’s release day… The interview starts with bam bam saying he’s a disgrace for being late ….then talks about driving his kids to school everyday… Then there is some talk about the special tasting menu created by some of the best chefs in the world to go with his album — Then Bam Ban […]
We Made It. Kendrick Lamar’s album cover has gained just as much attention as the music. Shot by Denis Rouvre, the jacket features his shirtless homies on the front of Obama’s lawn. In an interview with The New York Times, Kendrick explains the meaning behind the art. “taking the same things that people call bad and bringing them with me to the next level, whether it’s around the world or to the Grammys or the White House. You can’t change […]