I could write something about Lil B but I’d much rather have the Based God talk about himself: THANK YOU AND I LOVE YOU, LET ME START OFF WITH THAT FIRST, ALL MY SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE GOTTEN ME TO THIS DAY TODAY I WANNA LOVE YOU, ALOT OF PEOPLE DONT NO WHAT I HAVE TO DEAL WITH IN MY PERSONAL LIFE TO MAKE SURE I GIVE YOU TRUTH IN MY MUSIC, I WANT YOU TO KNOW I LOVE YOU AND LETS STOP THE VIOLENCE, IM NOT SCARED TO GIVE YOU A HUG AND SAY IM HAPPY TODAY, DONT BE AFAAID… continue reading
This morning, the boy Fred The Godson was on Sway’s morning show with Devi Dev. Sporting a heavy looking sparkly Jesus chain, Fred kicks a couple minutes of freestyling. I was focused on Devi Dev when she popped up on the screen. My oh my! In the interview portion, Sway shows off his impressions of Jay-Z and Ice Cube, Fred talks about not wanting to sign a deal yet and why he thinks that. He breaks down the day he found out he was going to be on the XXL magazine cover, finally getting money off rap and more. His… continue reading
Ever since Gibbs and his team pushed this back in June, I was hyped up for it. Assuming it was going to be a small delay, that is. Days turned into weeks and those turned into months. We have one month and a day left of waiting for Cold Day In Hell. A Halloween treat. No tricks up their sleeve. LRG’s Augor designed the cover. I like it a lot. Previously: Video: Freddie Gibbs Ft. Freeway & Adrian – Anything To Survive
Sitting here touching up an astronomy paper, I began to think about the future of the music business from sales to marketing to blogs. Everyone’s roles are slightly changing. Either becoming more important or less important. The days of major labels seem to be drying up, in my opinion, as I see the independent artists and labels are winning the most and being more creative. They’ve been showing that they actually have passion and want to better the game for the future.
Yo Kane, pass the mic homie. Mic check, one two. This beat right here always gets me hype and Kane’s clever lyrics and sinister flow make it even better. We’ve only got three more weeks of the series left. Best believe they getting better, deeper and more complex. Read the breakdown after the jump. Kane Mayfield – Step Seven Previously: One | Two | Three | Four | Five | Six
Beedie lines up a Dodgeball team full of Pittsburgh artists to remix “Push” off The Beat Bully. If this was a true game of Dodgeball and the lyrics counted as getting people out, Beedie and his boys would be the last ones standing. Look out for the Varsity Squad album coming later this year with Jon Quest and Shade Cobain. Beedie Ft. Jon Quest, Vinny Radio, Gene Stovall, Kid A, Buscrates & Divine Seven – Push (Remix) Previously: Video: Beedie – Cardiac Arrest / Beedie Sings The Blues