Skeme the Duke is the final GGN guest of 2013 and he was good one. They cover a number of topics, watch a few youtube videos and much more. Happy New Year ubitchu!!
Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch stopped by Hot 97′s Morning Show to discuss their new EP The Trinity, upcoming LP, New York Hip Hop and more.
Peter Bailey debuts the new season of his critically-acclaimed docu-series with B.o.B inside Circle House Studios discussing Underground Luxury, twerking, breaking down artistic barriers and hip hop’s fascination with strippers.
Soho rooftops, good company, and smoking sessions!! Danny Brown’s rap career has been a long time coming, the 32 year Detroit emcee, who dreams of one day taking Dr. Seuss job, has always dreamed of becoming a rapper since he could remember. Now with his debut studio album OLD debuting at number seventeen on the US Billboard 200 and selling 15,000 copies in its first week of release last month, Brown’s once upon a time dreams have now become his reality. Check it out as the Fools Gold artist chops it up with ThatsEnuff.com own Unique to talk about his debut album OLD on the rooftop of Shady Records.
Rapper T-Pain sat down with VladTV to set the record straight on his tweets about Future, which read “Funny thing about that Bugatti you woke up in, #ItsMine #OhTheIrony hahahaaaa funny how “the new T-Pain” has to use “The old T-Pain’s Bugatti for his Bugatti hook hahaaaaa yea. So. There’s That. Not at all throwing shots at @Acehood that’s my man 100 grand.”
T-Pain explains what led up to him sending the message, revealing that it all started with him hanging out with a man who claimed to be Future’s brother. The “Up Down” rapper explains that he showed Future’s alleged brother love in the club by letting him into his VIP section, only to have the man completely diss him when they were leaving.
T-Pain revealed the incident led to the scathing online message, which he said also got misconstrued by the media. When he wrote about the Bugatti, he was actually saying that the Bugatti in Future’s video was his personal car, and explains that it was not a subliminal diss.
Since the message was sent out, T-Pain has never been able to speak to Future personally, although he said he has talked to several people in the rapper’s camp, trying to resolve the situation.
Paul Wall’s new project #CheckSeason is out on iTunes.
TDE’s newest signee Isaiah Rashad talks about his label’s reaction to Kendrick Lamar’s GQ cover story and his upcoming mixtape, Civilia.