Royce Da 5’9″ appears on ESPN’s Highly Questionable to discuss partying at Jerry Stackhouse’s crib, the thought process behind “Hi Rihanna” at the BET Hip Hop Awards and Proof.
In the last of DJ Booth‘s sit down with DJ Premier and Royce da 5’9″, the duo talk about making their entire PRhyme album with only samples of Adrian Younge’s production.
Now that the album is out, DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9″ have announced a nationwide tour that kicks off in Baltimore on February 18th and concludes in Austin, TX at SXSW. Take a look at the dates and then run and cop your tickets.
The full itinerary for PRyhme: The Tour
Feb. 18 – Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
Feb. 19 – Washington, DC @ Howard Theatre
Feb. 20 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
Feb. 21 – Boston, MA @ Middle East
Feb. 22 – New York, NY @ Highline Ballroom
Feb. 24 – Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop
Feb. 25 – Toronto, Canada @ Tattoo Queen West
Feb. 26 – Ann Arbor, MI @ Blind Pig
Feb. 27 – Chicago, IL @ Reggies
Feb. 28 – Madison, WI @ High Saloon
Mar. 01 – Minneapolis, MN @ Fineline
Mar. 03 – Denver, CO @ Blue Bird
Mar. 04 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
Mar. 06 – Seattle, WA @ Croc
Mar. 07 – Vancouver, Canada @ Fortune Sound Club
Mar. 08 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
Mar. 10 – Sacramento, CA @ Harlows
Mar. 11 – Oakland, CA @ New Parish
Mar. 12 – Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
Mar. 13 – Los Angeles, CA @ Dragon Fly
Mar. 14 – Tucson, AZ @ The Rock
Mar. 17 – Dallas, TX @ Trees
Mar. 18 – Houston, TX @ WLS
Mar. 19 – Austin, TX @ SXSW
Mar. 20 – Austin, TX @ SXSW
In the next part of DJ Booth‘s sit down with Premo and Royce, the duo talk about how their work on “Shake This” was interrupted by Royce’s unexpected jail bid.
The official video for Joey Bada$$’ single No. 99 finds the Pro Era emcee as an enemy of the state and plotting to fight the power in the most grand way possible. Directed by Ric Cordero.
If you haven’t copped it already, go ahead and listen to Termanology’s latest album in its entirety with guest spots from Michael Christmas, Skyzoo, Wais P, Torae, Reks, Lumidee, Ea$y Money, Willie The Kid, and more.
Fashawn and Alchemist are tag teaming for a new EP titled FASH-ionably Late on December 18. Here’s the first offering featuring Evidence titled Dreams.
“I wanted to give my fans exactly what i wanted to put out so if that meant waiting to push back the date to clear some records than so be it,” said Fashawn. “Working with Alchemist I get in another mode creatively that’s different than working with other producers. Just some real rap shit. Hope you all enjoy it.”
Joell Ortiz goes the cinematic route with the latest set of visuals off of his House Slippers album.
Ever wonder what went into the making of Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier’s amazing song “Boom?” Well, the two discuss how the song was created, who it was originally for and who he was surprised to find out was a fan of the song.
With January 20, 2015 right around the corner, Joey Bada$$’ official tracklisting for his B4.DA.$$ album is here for you to take a look at. Featuring guest spots from the likes of Action Bronson, Raury, BJ The Chicago Kid and more.
01. Save the Children
02. Greenbax (Introlude)
03. Paper Trail$
04. Piece of Mind
05. Big Dusty
06. Hazeus View
07. Like Me f. BJ The Chicago Kid
08. Belly of the Beast f. Chronixx
09. No. 99
10. Christ Conscious
11. On & On f. Maverick Sabre & Dymeond Lewis
12. Escape 120 f. Raury
13. Black Beetles
15. Curry Chicken
16. Run Up On Ya f. Action Bronson & Elle Varner (Bonus)
17. Teach Me f. Kiesza (Bonus)