Oakland’s own Jidenna stopped by 106KMEL yesterday to preview some tracks off of his debut album ‘The Chief’ with Shay Diddy. With the project dropping this Friday, Jidenna revealed the importance of it being two-fold; not only is it releasing on the anniversary date of his father’s passing, but it’s also the end to the anxiety he’s had over the past decade in turning his art to reality and a whole lot more.
ScHoolboy Q stopped by Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show today to gave an update on his new album. “I just left the studio like 3 hours ago,” he told Lowe. “I’m halfway done with it. I never been this inspired that fast.” He also went on to say, “I gave you me, but I never gave you the other side of me: the father, the dude that’s actually happy, the dude that doesn’t be in the hood just hanging out. The dude that’s trying to put his homies in position now. I’m not a deadbeat father anymore.” Read more…
The newest gem from Tyler’s archive has landed in the form of a 30 minute sit-down interview with Seth Rogen. The two talk about everything you can imagine all the way to taking meth. Stay tuned for Tyler, the Creator’s upcoming documentary on the making of ‘Cherry Bomb,’ but for now enjoy them above.
Anderson .Paak is multitasking. He and his collaborators are spread across several rooms in Hollywood Sound Studio. A drummer and a keyboard player are improvising somewhere, and .Paak is hunting for rolling papers. The bustle inside the studio is not so different from how .Paak’s career comes across: bright, busy, varied. In the last 18 months, he has been featured on Dr. Dre’s ‘Compton'; released a second album, ‘Malibu’ and put out the first full-length from NxWorries. Read more…
South Central Rapper Duckwrth speaks about his favorite color, gets caught by surprise when the kids ask him about Tokyo 24, demonstrates his hidden talent and more. Peep it above.
In the first clip from G-Perico’s interview with VladTV, G-Perico details his upbringing in South Central, California. G-Perico grew up in a mostly Crip neighborhood, and had joined by 13-years-old. “I had the hood tatted on me at 13 years old,” he says. By the age of 16, G-Perico explains, he had caught two gun cases. “I was in jail for 6 months, got out, and then I didn’t go back to jail till I was 16 for another gun case.”
Ab-Soul drops by the Neighborhood to chat with Big Boy! They discuss his newest album “Do What Thou Wilt,” getting his start with TDE, growing up in the church and a whole lot more! Check it out above.
Sage The Gemini stopped by Power 106 to speak on his hit single ‘Now & Later,’ plus he addresses the internet rumors about a secret baby, speaks on his tour and more. Check it out all above.