Following his standout performance on the 2nd episode of The Rapfest, MMG’s Gunplay sat down with The Rapfest for their Studio Flow segment. In it, the Florida based rapper speaks on not being trapped within the confines of fame unlike other artists as well as his trials and tribulations leading up to this point. He is very frank in admitting that perhaps he was not ready for fame years ago. Gunplay also delves into his current projects as well as the structure of his long awaited major label debut Living Legend. Watch the in-depth interview below.
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Montreality’s interviews are enjoyable and very informative and long may they continue to sit down with our favourite artists. Up next is TDE’s ScHoolboy Q who speaks on everything from what type of student he was at school to Nate Dogg’s uniqueness.
Our blogging brethen Serm got a chance to recently sit down with one of my favorite West Coast duo’s Audio Push. In the interview they give details on their debut album, producers they have worked with and more. We can’t wait for their debut album, salute to Serm and check out the brief interview above.
Los Angeles native DUBB sits down with “Jack Thriller” for a new exclusive interview for Thisis50.COM. Speaks on how he got his start, AV8ERS, and being an Innovator.
The Clan are back in town and they mean business. It all starts with the entire group heading to ‘The Daily Show’ for a sit down as well as a performance. The group all conversed on their A Better Tomorrow album, the concept behind the album and much more.
After the talking the crew hit the stage to perform a new single from the album entitled ‘Ron O’Neal’ which is rumoured to be released on iTunes soon. Following that the crew performed the more familiar ‘Triumph’ record. Hit the jump and thank Meka.
ACE UPDATE: RZA shot over the CDQ of Wu Tang’s new single “Ron O’Neal”. Take a listen below.
Its been almost a year since we released our last Out Da Box TV Episode and a lot has definitely changed in terms of our growth, outlook and development as a media outlet. We decided to start Out Da Box Radio in early 2013, a move I always wanted to make but didn’t yet know how to go about it. The Radio show definitely proved to be a successful addition to the Out Da Box Media brand and I certainly intended to keep that branch running continuously. However, I had to halt all production for the Radio and TV Show due to a personal transition that took place suddenly in my life. Today, I am happy to announce that we will be relaunching Out Da Box TV, to give you the same valuable content under a slightly different format.
Whilst many claim that Hot 97 is a sinking ship they still attract the big names and the Ebro In The Morning show was the latest to see a couple of big stars in attendance. Jeezy visited the Hot 97 offices to sit down with Ebro, Miss Info and Laura Stylez whilst Nicki Minaj rang in to speak on a few topics. Jeezy first, the self-proclaimed Snowman spoke on his forthcoming ‘Seen It All’ album, Jay Z tearing up working on the title track, his son, YG, Freddie Gibbs & much more.
Nicki on the other hand who rang in to speak to the crew, spoke on her ‘Anaconda’ single, working with Beyonce, wanting to collab with Remy Ma and much more. Both interviews can be found under the jump.
Peter Bailey’s ‘NiteCap’ series continues on strongly as the award-winning author catches up with Kid Ink in LA as the rapper continues on his ‘My Own Lane’ tour. Kid Ink speaks on growing up in LA, trying to create a different sound compared to his fellow Westcoast-ers and much more. Hit the jump.