Joey Bada$$ hits Revolt to explain how the Oscar Grant film “Fruitvale Station” and the deaths of young black men inspired the visuals for “Like Me.”
The good folks at Complex put together this excellent 30-minute documentary that chronicles the rise of Eminem and Shady Records.
This documentary is an in-depth look into not only Eminem’s career, but also the careers of the all the artists’ who graced the label over the years. First and foremost, we spoke to Em and Paul, whose partnership and unique friendship is what made the label possible. But we also spoke to the man who helped turn Em into a superstar, Dr. Dre, and the man who Em helped turn into a superstar, 50 Cent. With additional interviews from Mr. Porter and Royce Da 5’9″, this documentary is the definitive look into what how one of the rap’s greatest juggernauts came to be.
Action Bronson gives us a behind the scenes look at the creation of “Baby Blue” in the studio with Mark Ronson and Zane Lowe.
Action Bronson joins ESPN’s Highly Questionable to discuss the thought process on “Easy Rider,” going from chef to emcee, getting physical with fans and has a battle of the bellies with Papi.
El Gant rocks with Ras Kass on “Razor Ramon” as their tour gets underway with the remaining dates below.
• 3/05 Spokane, WA: The Pin
• 3/06 Bozeman, Montana: The Zebra
• 3/07 Missoula, Montana: Stage 112
• 3/08 Jackson, Wyoming: Town Square Tavern
• 3/09 Salt Lake City, Utah: Bar Deluxe
• 3/16 Houston, TX: Numbers Nightclub
• 3/19 Austin, TX (SXSW): Karma Lounge
• 3/20 Austin, TX (SXSW): Krave (Day)
• 3/20 Austin, TX (SXSW): Sugars (Night)
• 3/21 Dallas, TX: The Boiler Room
• 3/22 Dallas, TX: The Boiler Room
Action Bronson catches up with Wild 94.1’s Bootleg Kev in Tampa during Yankees Spring Training to talk about a plethora of topics over the course of 20 minutes. Bootleg Kev’s recap is below.
I got to sit down with Action Bronson live at Yankees Spring Training in Tampa. We speak on a ton of subjects including his the direction of his new album Mr. Wonderful, working with Mark Ronson on the “Uptown Funk” remix, taking his “Fuck That’s Delicious” food show to cable TV potentially, announcing the release of Blue Chips 7 w/ Party Supplies, doing a whole project with Alchemist, how he feels about his buddy Riff Raff training with Hulk Hogan to be a wrestler, and tons more!
During Fashawn’s album release party for The Ecology that featured appearances from Aloe Blacc, Dilated Peoples, Dom Kennedy, Blu & Exile and Everlast, Nasty Nas himself dropped through to show the Fresno emcee some love. Check out video highlights from the show.
The lead single from Masta Ace, Wordsworth and Stricklin’s upcoming album The Tonight Show. Pearly Gates on the hook and Kic Beats on the boards.
Big Sean brings together Kanye West and Drake for the Darren Craig directed visuals off of Sean’s recently released Dark Sky Paradise.