The homies over @ illRoots recently sat down w/ the ATLien Bobby Ray for a dope little interview.
Sean Price and Rock talk about how Heltah Skeltah and BCC formed, success, the creative process behind their lyrics, and upcoming projects. They also talks about the popular social internet forums. Rock & Ruck…and what!!!
What KRS says, goes…
While the teacher expressed his love and respect for the Def Jam brand, he also fingered them as the reason for hip-hop’s demise.
“Def Jam is the dopest label in hip-hop, in the culture of hip-hop,” he said. “There really would be no hip-hop as we know it today if it wasn’t for Def Jam. But you don’t get that respect without also being the label that single-handedly destroyed hip-hop.”
Ghostface explains to you what to do if your side chick bumps into wifey.
The Big Bad Brother takes the time out to talk about performing his London, the difference between Us and his previous efforts, how Atmosphere inspires him, his song writing, the reasoning behind renaming his album and more.
Here’s some Inside The Craft footage of the homie Jared Evan who has recently scored a deal with Interscope and Polow Da Don’s Zone 4 Label as well as landing a placement on the Lebron James More Than A Game soundtrack with the joint Frozen (download link below). Now for those that remember, Three/21 has been instrumental in visualizing Jared’s first few music videos which lead to some major hitters such as Jimmy Iovine, Polow and Timbaland to take notice. This Inside The Craft footage will be Part I of II for the upcoming mixtape project Radio In My Head executive produced by yours truly and hosted by Polow. For more info on Jared and Radio In My Head click here. Shout out to Matt Graham at Brand Management and Steve-O at Best Of Both Offices for making the stars align and be on the lookout for the Frozen music video to drop soon. Enjoy!
Over the Summer MADonly.Com caught up with G.O.O.D music artist Big Sean at the Legendary SOBs. After rocking a jam packed show, Latasha A. Baby had a chance to sit and find out what inspires him as an artist as well learning his opinion on the state of hip-hop.