Video: Rock the Bells West Coast (Kosha Dillz Edition)
Courtesy of Shemspeed.
The ubiquitous Kosha Dillz pops up in L.A. for the inaugural 2011 Rock The Bells tour, which kicked off in L.A. on August 20th. Peep the video as the RZA brings out Kosha to spit the acapella of the previously leaked Wu-Wednesday banger "Operator", which also features Kool G Rap. Kosha's cameo marked the third stage that he rocked at Rock The Bells in just one day...what a meshuguna.
Video: Fonzworth Bentley Talks About Diddy & Rap Career
Courtesy of DJ Smallz.
Fonzworth Bentley goes into detail about his incredible journey in the entertainment industry and speaks on how he made his transition as Diddy's assistant with Bad Boy Records and his supporting cast role on MTV's "Making The Band" television show to becoming a hip hop artist under his own spotlight, signing to Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music imprint and starring in his own television show "G's To Gents" on MTV.
Royce Da 5'9 has been enjoying a lot of success this year alongside his Slaughterhouse collective, Eminem/Bad Meets Evil Billboard smash with Bruno Mars, and with the release of his new solo album "Sucess Is Certain", Royce took the time to hook up with Young Product who is also an artist from Detroit. The track is below and is titled "Go Crazy"
We're back with a new episode, with some help from our friends. This ep of the Mega Ran and Miss Monica show is guest starring MC Pennywise of Writers Guild, who hangs out while we talk about topics ranging from football, to work, to the VMA's to the 10 year anniversary of 9-11. Happy Labor Day! Thanks so much for your support and for tuning in! I'll be on the road so we hope this HUGE 2-HOUR show will hold you over!
Video: Gees Extortion - "Rise of an Underground King (Part 1)"
Courtesy of Javi S.
On his journey to the release of his debut LP, Organized Rhymes, Real Radio Records' Gees Extortion takes us on a trip to Jersey to work with emerging producer Clipsmoke ("Vete Pa'l Carajo). Part one features Gees discussing working with the producer, changing the name of his LP to Organized Rhymes, the status of Hip Hop and more.