Video: Serius Jones Doubts He'll Battle Again on Smack/URL
http://www.vladtv.com/ - Serius Jones previously addressed his fight with Math Hoffa at Summer Madness 3, during his exclusive interview with VladTV. Serius went on in this clip to announce that he most likely won't consider battling on Smack/URL again, as he doesn't feel comfortable for obvious reasons why exactly the events are planned out the way they are. He expressed an interest in battling on KOTD and believes that his fight vs Math Hoffa will help to benefit the culture overall.
Video: J. Hart x AWKWORD: "EVERYTHING is Better than Money" INTERVIEW x FREESTYLE
On September 21, BreakLondon Radio aired the Big Bang Show with French Coast 2 Coast DJ, Producer and Journalist J. Hart, who featured an exclusive AWKWORD interview and music segment. The up-and-coming vlogger and “The People’s Champ” rapper had met not long before, outside Penn Station in New York City for a Video Interview and Freestyle. Before spitting off the top, AWK chopped it up with J. Hart about working with Harry Fraud; fashions, films and books; #WorldView and Guns 4 Cameras; the conflict in Syria; the US prison industry and the “Throw Away The Key” video; and more.
Audio: Oh No iTs Y.O - Home Invasion (Lord Jamar Response)
Lord Jamar of Brand Nubian caused some Controversy by saying "White Rappers are Guests in Hip-Hop!" Yonkers, NY MC Oh No iTs Y.O didn't take too kind to that statement and a twitter feud between the two erupted! Y.O goes in on Lord Jamar over "Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down" and calls it "Home Invasion!" Disrespect & Get Disrespected!
Q The Question Talks Trel Mack & SKE Records Expanding in Spain!
Q The Question the Co-founder of SKE Records, in his recent Vlog sat down with SKE Records DJ A-Yo! Q The Question spoke with DJ A-Yo! Who is an SKE Records DJ and holds the position of branding and expanding the label in the country of Spain. The two sat down to discuss a marketing plan for increasing Trel Mack exposure in Spain.
Do or Die Respond to Controversy Over "Po Pimp" Being Taught to 4th Graders
Courtesy Wicked Entertainment.
Chicago - Sept, 26th - Chicago based, multi-platinum rap trio Do or Die released this statement in regards to recent outrage over there hit "Po Pimp" being taught to 4th graders at a Louisiana school.
AK of Do or Die says "I am honored and excited that our song is included in the school's curriculum, music is engaging and should be used as a learning tool. After all, these kids know all the words to these songs maybe now they can find some pleasure in doing their school work."
Belo of Do or Die says "The word pimp has many meanings at this point. Like many negative words before it, rap music has flipped the meaning. Nowadays you can Pimp a job you can even Pimp your ride."
Do or Die (AK, Belo, and Nard) have also said they are willing to go to Louisiana and speak with the students, staff and parents. Until then you can hear from members AK and Belo as they both are soon to release solo mixtapes and albums early this fall.
Audio: Da Kidd P.G. - Can I Live (ft. Cambatta & Anti-Lilly)
Courtesy Joe Bayer.
Up and coming MC, Da Kidd P.G., is excited to release his latest single. Bred in New Haven, CT, P.G. calls on the assistance of Cambatta and Anti-Lilly. "Can I Live" is packed with honest flows and truths about every day life, over a very soulful, jazzy production. This is a story about following your heart, doing what you're passionate in, and removing the negative thinking of outsiders.
As R.A. The Rugged Man gets ready to announce a new U.S. tour, we're announcing a new line of T-shirts celebrating classic albums, songs, and lyrics from the Rugged Man. Previously only available at his live shows, these special edition shirts are now for sale to the general public, including a few exclusive designs that have never been printed before.
L.E.O. - 'Whatever Is Necessary' (Vol. 1) *Free Album
Naturally, a number of rapper's would kill to work with the legendary Large Professor, a beat making phenom that has a good eye for spotting emerging talent. Although L.E.O. (Love Equals Omnipotence) got his chance to work with Xtra P, he wasn't banking on the fact that their collaboration with elevate him. "Once you do an album with an legend like the Large Professor you think your name will start to get noticed." said the Queens emcee. "When that doesn't happen, you realize that every project carries its own meaning regardless of the notoriety or lack thereof."