Audible Doctor has collaborated with various artist, as well as putting out tons of mixtapes and EPs. Audible Doctor plans to release another mixtape in the near future. French drops some original beats for the aggressive MC’s to tackle as they take over Shade 45.
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Out Da Box Radio is happy to bring you a brand new interview with emcees’ Frank Nitt and Illa J also known as the “Yancey Boys”. The group consists of the previous mentioned emcees, alongside the late Legendary Artist “J. Dilla” as the prime Producer. We were fortunate to speak with both Frank and Illa on a number of topics which included their new album “Sunset Blvd”, as well as the influence and impact their great brother “J. Dilla” had on them. Frank Nitt also took the time to share some insight into how the collaborations came about for the album, as well as the mission him and Illa out to accomplish with the music. He took a moment to also speak on his recent solo releases. One of them, being a collaborative project with producer extraordinaire “Madlib” and expounded on what it was like working with him. He even spoke on the similarities between Madlib and Dilla, and gave some insight into how Dilla related to Lib, being an admirer of the earlier “Lootpack” records. We also got a chance to hear both artists speak on memorable moments shared with Dilla while out in L.A. As the interview came to a close, both artists delved briefly into their future goals as well as the next step for the group and the label Delicious Vinyl. Overall, I had a great time speaking with Frank and Illa J. They had a very happy and humble vibe during the interview, which made for a successful flowing conversation. Please take the time to listen and definitely feel free to share if you like what you hear. We hope you enjoy!
Kanye West stopped by the Breakfast Club to discuss his ambitions and the positions he’s been put lately. They have a talk about fashion, his discography, life, but with C Tha God sharing his disagreements with Kanye West’s statements the interview gets more and more interesting. There’s a few quotables other than the usual stuff he’s claiming on almost every interview now, “This is Drake’s season” is one of them. For more, watch the interview and judge Kanye’s mind for yourself.
Last night, Trinidad James performed at the Converse Rubber Tracks event which was held in NY, and after performing TJ decided to get a few things off his chest. Trinidad goes on a mini rant about the Atlanta sound, and how it’s running New York City. He says the NY rap scene has fell off, and remembers when New York rap was the sh*t. Even though he’s speaking his mind about it, you can’t necessarily get upset with him. He’s sorta speaking the truth especially when half of New York artists are chasing that “Atlanta sound”. Did anyone else catch the shout out to Elliott Wilson though. Lol.
When you say real shit people call it a melt down. That's fine. The truth will set you free……#CrazyDeacon
— Trinidad Jame$ (@TrinidadJamesGG) November 13, 2013
Check out the rant after the jump.
Last night on The Arsenio Hall Show, Childish Gambino was the guest and he discussed his hopes & fears, and also the reasoning behind rapping. Gambino also spoke on his instagram messages, the reason why he left the show Community and more. Childish Gambino always speaks how he feels, gotta respect that.
Also Gambino debuts a brand new song entitled “Shadows”, which will be on his forthcoming album, Because The Internet. This song sounds really good, and we’re looking forward to his album.
Check out the album cover & tracklisting here, and watch the “Shadows” performance along with the interview.
Earlier today, Eminem called in (from a payphone) to DJ Whoo Kid to promote his upcoming album, Marshall Mathers LP 2. During the interview, Eminem discussed meeting and working with Rick Rubin for the first time, teaming up to work with Rihanna again & her very ways to bring life to choruses with her voice. He also discussed being in the studio a week or two prior Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and more.
Check out the production credits after the jump. In stores November 5th.
Our good friends over at Out Da Box Radio got a chance to grab North Carolina’s great emcee Rapsody for their latest podcast. She talks about being in the group Kooley High, meeting 9th Wonder for the first time, and being selected for the 2013 BET Cypher. Rapsody gives insight on her influence from Lauryn Hill and her influence on the younger females today. Take a listen to the interview below. What up Corey!
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Big Krizzle sits down with Okayplayer TV to discuss and answer “The Questions”. K.R.I.T. speaks on his love for tattoos, ink, and talks about his sleeve tattoo. Big also talks about UGK’s Ridin Dirty LP, tour bus drama, and staying out of trouble.
Check out the interview after the jump.