Hypetrack Tv sits down with Spanish Harlem Bodega Bamz for a interview called at Close Range. In the interview the Spanish Harlem rapper talks about being a fan of Big Pun and Terror Squad being a Latino rapper and growing up in New York City.
Dame Dash sits down for a interview on the The Combat Jack Show he talks about Aliyah, life without Jay Z, and being done with the music game.
This is the one you’ve been waiting for. Damon Dash talks Aliyah, life without Jay Z, how he’s completely done with the music game, why he was an asshole to anyone who got in his way and why the kind of “broke” he is might be the best thing in the world. We also get some very tense moments as Just Blaze finally airs out why he didn’t eff with Dame for over ten years. Ya’ll truly ain’t ready for this dynasty thing.
Recently Fader sat down with Schoolboy Q for a interview about his upcoming third LP, Oxymoron, due out in the fall.
When we talked last Thanksgiving, you said you’d started then stopped recording songs for your upcoming album. What happened? I stopped recording for about two months to gather my thoughts and see how I was gonna attack the album. At first I was going a little too party. Then I started going too story. I was almost trying to make an album like Kendrick’s. I was basically just copying for a minute. That was a classic album, but that’s not me. It wasn’t tight. I was reaching. That’s what comes with making an ill album, though. You try so many things. Now, I’ve finally got the right perfect mixture. At this point, I’m making sure everything is put together and sounds complete. Not just putting the tight songs in there, but making sure songs flow together, adding two bars, an ad lib, another hook.
Trap Lord Asap Ferg interview with Mass Appeal for their Off The Wall series. They question the Trap Lord, and ask him about his artistic inclinations, his very rare dream studio session and people getting jacked for their jewelry
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Joey Bada$$ talks with Billboard’s The Juice about being named creative director of Ecko Unltd, being independent, the new New York movement and more. He was joined by his Pro Era crew and they proceeded to kick off a freestyle cypher. They also performed ‘School High’ for the cameras.
With the upcoming performance at Rap Party on Wednesday, March 6th at Santos Party House. Noisy interviews Asap Twelvy about video games, playing laser tag, and being courtside at a Knicks game.
Noisey: How did you get the name Twelvy?
A$AP Twelvy:I got the name Twelvy because it’s short for 212. Everybody calls me 212 since the area code in Harlem is 212, you know what I’m saying? I’m a real Harlem cat, real New York type. The name 212 stuck with me and I didn’t want to be called “A$AP 212″ because it don’t flow right. A$AP Twelvy is smooth and girls love Twelvy.
Smoke Dza takes a time out on the last stop of The Smokers Club Tour to get interviewed by CLCTVE. He speaks on his award from High Times magazine for his Rolling Stoned album, the differences between the Smokers Club Tours he was apart of, and how he got his name among other questions. His latest album, Rugby Thompson is available on itunes now. Righhhht. Powered by Revo Media.
Hype Beast recently sat down to talk to Coodie & Chike of Creative Control. The creative duo speak on their not so humble beginnings directing Kanye’s through the Wire video and now their creative process in still making music videos, ad spots to short films and television episodes.