DJ Premier blesses Slaughterhouse with an ill canvas for the four headed monster to paint their lyrical wizardry upon. This joint comes off of the upcoming Shady XV compilation, dropping November 24.
Joe Budden’s unleashes a set of visuals to coincide with the release of his “Some Love Lost” EP (which you can cop here). We’ll give you three guesses to figure out who Joey is talking about in this song, although you should only need one.
Joey Bada$$, CJ Fly, Kirk Knight and the rest of the Pro Era team travel across the U.S. and give some insight on their tour. There’s a meet & greet, some stage diving, some kung fu, some performances and a couple guys who get kicked out of a show for threatening security. Oh yeah, more kung fu.
Yes, you read that right. Nas has a song produced by J Dilla that he previewed at a private event for the Killer Mike and El-P Run The Jewels 2 project. The beat may sound familiar as it is “Gobstoppers” off of Dilla’s Donuts. But despite the familiarity of the instrumental, the blessing that Nas gave it will leave your head spinning. No word when or where the full song will drop.
Skateboarder Gavin Nolan and the legendary DJ Premier converse about the similarities between their respective crafts.
It ain’t official unless Preemo’s hands are all over it. Check out the visual and enjoy the new instrumental.
ZOO YORK officially welcomes Gavin Nolan to the family with this ultra smooth, high tech clip featuring an original track by DJ Premier. Born and raised in Boston, now living in Brooklyn, Gavin furthers ZOO YORK’s long legacy of East Coast rippers.
DJ Premier joins Uncle Snoop on GGN to discuss the possibility of getting back in the lab with Nas, working with MC Eiht, Gang Starr and much more.
In part two of WatchLoud‘s interview with Nickel and Preemo, the duo reveal what legendary emcee couldn’t make the album and how sample clearances helped the creation of the album.
“The concept was to have somebody who was a wizard with the samples, sample somebody who creates his own music so we won’t have to clear anything,” Royce tells WatchLOUD.com. “And we’ll just have a project that we could put out for the fans. Somewhere along the line it just ended up being an album. I kept having to push Preeme for ‘1 more or 2 more.’ Every time we got to a point that felt like we were somewhere I felt like we needed one more thing to round it out. I started to get more of a vision as we were doing it. The Adriane Young thing was a way for me to work with him and do this project with Premier that I’ve been wanting to do since ’99.”
DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9″ appear on the All Out Show with Rude Jude and Lord Sear to discuss the concept behind PRhyme, the only artist that Premier samples on the project, how the guests were selected and more.