In the newest interview from Jhené Aiko, she links up with The Breakfast Club to talk about collaborating with Big Sean, upcoming new music, how much of a ‘Maniac’ she really is and a whole lot more. Peep it above and keep it locked in for that new music!
In the newest interview we found on the web from O.T. Genasis, he talks about how he became a million off his hit song “CoCo”, when he recorded “Cut It” and “Push It” on the same day while he gets his hair cut & more! Check out above.
Jhené Aiko’s latest single “Maniac” is the first taste of her forthcoming sophomore album, and she’s never sounded more fearless. In anticipation of her big 2017, the singer/songwriter linked up with Rob Markman at Luxe Lingerie in Beverly Hills for the latest episode of Genius’ in-depth interview series IRL.
In the newest interview from Home Grown they talk it up with Top Dawg’s former “Under Dawg,” about his new album ‘Do What Thou Wilt,’ being a “Rapper’s Rapper,” what’s next for 2017 and more.
Lil B “The Based God” is one of modern rap’s most influential figures, a musical trailblazer whose “based” philosophy of open-mindedness and positivity has already shaped countless artists who have followed in his wake. For this very rare motivational experience featuring artists E-40, G-Eazy, Vince Staples, Clams Casino, Lil Yachty, Kreayshawn, Joey Purp, and Lil B himself, Noisey journeyed to Lil B’s hometown of Berkeley, California—and deep within ourselves—to find out what it really means to be based.
E-40 sat down with Noisey recently as part of Noisey Bay Area, which airs tonight at 10PM on Viceland. Above he talks about the independent grind the Bay Area rap scene does so well and more. Check out what he said above and tune in tonight!
For the first OTHERtone episode of 2017, Pharrell Williams and Scott Vener are joined by Anderson Paak. In the 10 minute interview they discuss the release of his two albums, working with Dr. Dre on ‘Compton’ and if he knew he was going to make the final cut at all. Peep it above!
On this episode of VICE’s ‘Autobiographies,’ they caught up with hip-hop star Ty Dolla $ign. The legendary LA rapper opens up about his father’s musical influence, his rise through the rap world, and his brother’s incarceration. Check it out above and stay tuned for more.