Complex grabs Rick Rubin, Russell Simmons and everyone involved in the making of LL Cool J’s historic “Rock The Bells” to discuss the song’s origins and significance.
Nasty Nas joins his Mass Appeal artist on “Something To Believe In.” With DJ Khalil providing the beat and Aloe Blacc on the hook, Fash and Nas trade bars as the present and future of hip hop.
BIG SEAN FEATURING KANYE WEST AND JOHN LEGEND – ONE MAN CAN CHANGE THE WORLD (STATIK SELEKTAH REMIX)
Statik Selektah puts his spin on Big Sean’s song from Dark Sky Paradise and gives it a brand new look.
After suggesting it on the Juan Epstein show, Joe Budden has launched his own podcast. With the debut being called “I’ll Name This Podcast Later” because, well, he hasn’t come up with a name for it yet, Budden and guest Marisa Mendez shoot the breeze on a number of topics including past relationships, NBA All Star Weekend, strip clubs and more.
Talk about a throwback. A young Jay Z appeared alongside Big Daddy Kane on an episode of Rap City in 1990 where young Hov spit his doubletime rap. Interestingly enough, the host never even said his name. I guess he didn’t have a clue that Jay would become what he is today.
Another joint from DJ EFN’s Another Time album that brings together Troy Ave, Stalley, Scarface and DJ Premier.
After treating you to a snippet, Big Shug drops the full version of the DJ Premier produced “Off Rip” alongside Termanology and Singapore Kane.
Maino joins Fame and Billy on the remix to their Street Certified cut.
With Fashawn’s The Ecology approaching its February 24th release date, the Fresno emcee releases the song “Out The Trunk” for our listening pleasure.
Jersey Joe aka Joey Jumpoff stopped by and was much more chipper than usual! Why? Well it sounds like Joe is joining the podcast world which is going to be MAJ. But he also just was in the mood to shoot the breeze and catch up. He also brought our psychotic friend Marissa Mendez who you may remember from the end of 2014 episode. Enjoy!