Raw Talent x Living the Scheme MMG presents Bub Bizzle (@BizzleB ) – The Beat In My Blood Ep

Raw Talent x Living the Scheme MMG presents B…

Check the latest from Bizzle B dropping from Florida by way of Saginaw, Mi. The EP has features from Phe Mcwright, Tee Tatum, Big Trip, and J Buck. Dload Link…

Raw Talent x Living the Scheme MMG presents B…


Steve Stoute Speaks With Breakfast Club On New Book, Jay-Z, Failing Music Industry, & Why Dame Dash Is Broke


Ten-years after its release, Jay-Z’s The Blueprint, is still mentioned amongst the best hip-hop albums of all time. Impacting rappers just as much as fans, the project played a big part in J.Cole’s coming-of-age.

One of my favorite joints on the album was “All I Need” and “Never Change” was classic.



slaughterhouse1 Lyrical Murderers   An Interview With Slaughterhouse

There is only one supergroup with good chemistry both on and off the microphone. Slaughterhouse – Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9″ and Crooked I – has become an imposing lyrical force in hip-hop through its mixture of underground emcees that deliver raps in the vein of the genre’s illustrious roots. During their second appearance at Rock The Bells – now with a well-received Slaughterhouse debut under their belts and a new home with Shady Records – Slaughterhouse’s lyrical punches were met with great enthusiasm from the Bay Area crowd. From Crooked I’s acapella freestyle, to Budden’s infectious single “Pump It Up,” to the collective’s trademark sound and camaraderie seen in “The One,” the packed audience shows that they have succeeded in cracking the mainstream.

After their performance on the Paid Dues stage, Slaughterhouse sat down with RESPECT. for a quick talk about the significance of appearing at Rock The Bells, balancing commercial aspirations while still staying true to the underground, revealing a Milli Vanilli feature for their second album and more.

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Game speaks on Jay-Z, Canibus, and claims Eminem is the Goat. Check it out!!


Noreaga 08 18 2011 N.O.R.E. Speaks On Not Being Acknowledged By Pharrell, What Caused Him To Disband C N N

N.O.R.E. says Capone stood him up at a show in Queensbridge, discusses his relationship with producer Pharrell Williams.

New York City rapper and former Capone-N-Noreaga member N.O.R.E. made an appearance on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club yesterday (August 17) for an almost 20-minute long interview that touched on everything from his relationship with Pharrell Williams to the end of Capone-N-Noreaga.

The interview kicked off with N.O.R.E. once again addressing the beef that came about with the release of Prodigy’s book “My Infamous Life.”

“At the end of the day Prodigy didn’t lie he exaggerated. Lying is ‘Yo, I was at The Breakfast Club show [and] I killed the show.’ And I never came up here,” N.O.R.E. explained. “At the end of the day, and I mean no disrespect to him, it’s like you ever see these kids from Long Island and they really don’t know the ghetto? But they come to the ghetto and they feel like they’re so much a part of the ghetto. So they see the ghetto [and] they actually love it. When you from the ghetto you don’t love it. You don’t even like it. So that’s what I think. I think he was hype, gassed on his self, and at the time he wrote it we weren’t gonna be friends.”

Later in the interview N.O.R.E. went on to speak on his relationship with rapper/producer Pharrell and how he never seemed to be acknowledged for helping launch Pharrell and The Neptunes’ music career with “Superthug.”

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Magnifier Interview with Royce Da 5’9

by Rgeezy on 08/18/2011

Google’s Magnifier crew sits down with Royce Da 5’9″ at Lollapalooza in Chicago. For free tracks, music news, reviews and more check it out:


In this Interview with ‘Montreality’, The Alchemist speaks about:

- The upcoming SLAUGHTERHOUSE Album & Shady 2.0
- the reason why EMINEM’s live shows are different than that of other artists
- Jobs he’s had as a teenager
- What he spent his 1st BIG paycheck on
- His favorite Airport
- Music that’s on rotation in his headphones
- The Key to Success
- The importance of having media outlets support local music


Is Lil Kim in G-Unit?, Who killed Biggie, Will the Game be let back in? All this and more is here.


During our interview with Kendrick Lamar he gives the concept behind HiiiPower plus elaborates on having a vision of 2pac.


Brian “B.Kyle” Atkins takes the camera to Common & Nas as they colloaborate on a song entitled Ghetto Dreams. Here is a look into what the icons have to share about the venture.