Just Blaze has a sit down with Sway on MTV’s RapFix and goes into detail about the rift between himself & Cam’ron.
Lucky fans who purchased Prodigy’s latest book My Infamous Life on audio, got treated to a nice present with a couple unreleased tracks from P’s vaults. Our source says they were recorded around the HNIC 2 era. Check them out below.
Prodigy – P Against The World (prod. by Sid Roams)
Prodigy – Life Is Real Easy
Prodigy – 600 Benz (prod. by Red Spyda)
Bonus: hit continue reading to watch separate interviews with Nas & Prodigy where they break down how they worked out their differences after P came home from prison, which ultimately led to recording the Dog Shit track.
New cut by Izza Kizza, from his mixtape 10:15. Produced by the Croatian duo Shalla & Nace.
Mobb Deep held their first show since Prodigy’s release from prison. Not only was Rae one of the opening acts at the Best Buy theater in NYC, but he also made an appearance during the Mobb set to perform “Eye For An Eye”, minus Nasir of course.
Mobb Deep also brought out Lil’ Kim to do the classic remix of Quiet Storm. Watch that video after the jump.
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Skeff Anslem is a participant in some of the most renowned classics which as a fan of Hip Hop you probably haven’t heard speak much, until now. The producer/engineer behind albums such as The Low End Theory, Master’s Of Ceremony, D.I.T.C. and Brand Nubian’s debut albums speaks with iStandard on living life through music. Skeff takes you through his journey from earliest recollections of the Hip Hop DJ, working on classics in the 90′s to his predictions of where he thinks Hip Hop will go next.
Lauryn Hill has been playing shows across the country, but she made a rare appearance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” to perform during the show’s week-long tribute to Bob Marley. Ms. Hill, who is married and has five children with Marley’s son Rohan, sang her late father-in-law’s classics “Chances Are” and “Could You Be Loved.”
Hit continue reading to watch an interview with Ziggy Marley on the same show, plus his performance.