Danny Brown explains why an unfamiliar festival crowd isn’t a problem, why he works with who he works with, and the worst thing about being in jail.
Tony Toca’s webisode #9:
This video features Me, (Tony Touch), LuvBug Starski, and of course ALL members of the WU.. Video Music Box was also in the house..shout out to TUFFY. Wu tang clan did this show about a week or two after their debut album came out.. This year marks the 20 year anniversary of that album (Enter the 36 Chambers)
In this week’s episode of Vinyl Destination, DJ Jazzy Jeff and company say peace to Europe with stops in Bristol, Rotterdam, Minehead, and Southport.
Here are the new visuals for “Time To Ponder”, a Tragic Allies “solo” track (produced by Purpose), taken off the 7 G.E.M.S. (Tragic Allies & Tragedy Khadafi) collabo album entitled “Golden Era Music Sciences”, available worldwide now.
On the verge of the twentieth anniversary of the legendary album “Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers,” EliteTV had the honor and privilege to sit down with founding Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon. He speaks about the upcoming Wu-Tang Clan album, “A Better Tomorrow,” which is slated to drop later this year.
This story first seemed like some really distasteful gossip, but as time went on, more evidence kept surfacing that backed it up. Now Noisey investigates the ongoing mystery of Tim Dog’s alleged death, as they speak to Esther Pilgrim, the woman behind the recently issued warrant for Tim, a Dutch woman who says she was scammed as well and The Source writer who first reported the rapper’s death.
Read the article HERE, and hit continue reading to listen to an interesting phone call made to, supposedly, Tim Dog.
This week on GGN Nemo and George Clinton discuss the early days of Parliment Funkadelic, the accidental success of Atomic Dog and THUNDER CLAPS is back! Stay tuned for pt. 2 coming soon where they cover all things Bootsy, Aqua Boogie and more.
M.O.P. and Smif N Wessun interview each other about their favorite West Coast albums; best countries to tour in; top food spots in Brooklyn; and views on the music industry today.