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“What up, this is Cube.”
That’s how Ice Cube says hello when he calls. No bullshit. Straight to the point. Not even his full name. This is Cube, motherfucker. It’s time to listen.
The reason for his call is to talk about the first time NWA is performing in concert in 15 years. It’s happening this weekend at the BET Experience in Los Angeles, where they’ll do renditions of tracks from their seminal album Straight Outta Compton in celebration of the upcoming film of the same name based on their story.
And how is he feeling about it?
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Few days ago I bumped into this from my YO! MTV Raps collection and I was like – ohh sh***t!
The legendary Terminator X of Public Enemy produced this mad dopeness with 2 unknown, young ‘n raw female emceez that go by the name Bonnie ‘N’ Clyde.
This is one of those things, it’s crazy how much fresh material dropped in 1991. This 12″ single is released on P.R.O. Division, and can also be found on Terminator X’s solo debut Terminator X & the Valley of the Jeep Beats album from ’91.
I suggest ya’ll turn this mutha up.
Check out this interview by VLADTV.com with the legendary producer Easy Mo Bee, talkin’ about unreleased music from Biggie.
Statik Selektah is claiming that his forthcoming album, Lucky 7, will be his last. After listening to both the album’s first offering, the Action Bronson and Joey Bada$$-guested “Beautiful Life” and this utterly disgusting (I mean that in the best way possible) collabo with P!, the Trill OG and The Ghost, let’s hope that it isn’t.