Arguably the most in depth Ross interview to date.
We take your favorite artists and your artist’s favorite bloggers and throw them in in a room together to discuss their newest musical offerings. The result is “Release Roundtable.” For this episode the panel sat with G.O.O.D. Music’s golden-child, Pusha T to discuss his first solo album My Name Is My Name. Moderated by the one-and-only Combat Jack, the panel included internet’s most known LowKey, Kaz, Nicole Otero, Timmhotep, Mikey Fresh, and everyone’s favorite Dallas Penn.
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Already wrapping up his interview series with Riff Raff a few weeks back, Noisey’s “Back & Forth” interview series featuring A$AP Rocky this time moves along to Big Snoop Dogg. In the clip, the two open up to discussing the comparisons to groupies from the 90s to present. Snoop brings up creating the haters with male groupies and citing female groupies in his early days coming from the 80s being around Keith Sweat, Bobby Brown and Al B Sure to name a few. In the midst of the greenery fog smoke, Rocky brings up his recent success and remaining the same person being around his friends from uptown. He asks Snoop how to keep up the balance the success he gained back in the day, which he really breaks down the game to us of keeping consistent with getting money.
Veteran Bronx producer G-Rod is pleased to release “Untouchable,” the latest release from his Sour Music Group imprint, featuring Bronx rap legend Chi-Ali.
Mack Wilds aka Tristan Wilds (who you might remember from The Wire) just released his freshman album New York: A Love Story, for Salaam Remi’s label Re Mi Fa/Louder Than Life. The album has some dope beats on it and it includes collaborations such as Raekwon, Method Man and Doug E. Fresh. Stream the whole project here and check out the Keepin’ It Real track below.
With L’Orange & Stik Figa’s new album The City Under The City less than two weeks away, today we are pleased to bring you the first visuals for the project. Set in the steel remains of a burnt out building, Stik Figa weaves his way in and out between worlds of smokey grey and rich color. The setting itself a metaphor, the rich foliage growing from the concrete walls, blends into the background while evoking a sense of life growing from under the city.
The City Under The City comes out 10.15.13