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On this special iTunes-only microcast we have:
Pete Rock and Smif N Wessun step up for a rare and candid interview. As per usual the result of this is nothing short of a family affair. In an interview which sees Pete Rock talking to us on CWR for the third time in just three months, we are reunited with Steele for the first time in over a year to discuss what just might be the most significant release in his his career so far: Monumental. We go back and talk their earlier collaborations, recording Monumental, Hurricane G and Black Rob’s guest features significance, as well as an uncontrollable live acapella session. Essential.
One third of the workhorse that is Random Axe, Guilty Simpson joins us from his hotel to discuss the forthcoming self titled Random Axe album and more! We talk the highs and low’s of Random Axe’s current tour, the philosophy and creation of Random Axe, the making behind Chewbacca and The Hex, Hex Murders role in the albums direction, competitiveness, collaborations, a series of O.J. Simpson albums with Madlib, a forthcoming album entirely produced by Oh-No and his long-term plans of dabbling in production in the near future and much more!
Freddie Gibbs turns up the heat on what was a cold day in May to talk about his forthcoming mixtape A Cold Day In Hell and the status on his highly anticipated CTE Records album Baby-Faced Killer. In addition, we are given an update on his “secret project”, supergroup P.O.C (Pulled Over By the Cops) citing that Chuck Inglish and Bun-B are handling some of the projects production duties and of course his recent signing to Young Jeezy’s CTE Records and his treatment as an artist since. Furthermore, we touch on a gang of topics in true Gangsta Gibbs fashion including: Lil B’s controversial album title “I Am Gay” and more!
We are graced with the presence of a mixed bag of equally dope emcee’s, producers and deejay’s collectively known as The Brown Bag Allstars to discuss a bag of topics including: The creation of their new compilation Brown Bag Season Volume 1, chemistry in the lab, their sound, the future and much more! It’s Brown Bag Season!
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Neek the Exotic and Large Professor held their Release Party for the album entitled “Still on the Hustle” at Tammany Hall in NYC.
The night was filled with outstanding performances from a number of hip hop artists. Lord Finesse, Mr. Cheeks of the Lost Boyz, Cormega, Cappadona, and Royal Flush were among the many artists to hit the stage in honor of the album’s release.
Hard Knock Tv’s April Bombai and Nick Huff Barili interview Havoc of the infamous Mobb Deep at Rock The Bells 2011 launch party. Havoc says that the day Prodigy got out of jail they started working on the new Mobb Deep album. Hesitant to give too many details about album he eventually says that you can expect them to collaborate with the new generation including Wiz Khalifa and Odd Future, to go with Nas and Lil Kim collaborations and maybe even Rick Ross.
Havoc says that he originally started producing because they couldn’t afford the 25k that producers wanted to charge them because that was their whole marking budget. He also says that although he has worked with Ludacris, Eminem and Royce Da 5’9 this year he is saving the best beats from now one for the Mobb Deep album. We are just getting started but you are going to have to watch the interview for the rest including, why Mobb Deep and Nas squashed their beef, what 5 albums Havoc would want to see performed live, reuniting with Lil Kim, Twitter and more!