Read the full article on Nylon.com! You can stream his latest, ‘Paranoia 2,’ now BY SHIRLEY JU · MARCH 12, 2018 Save PHOTO BY PARAS GRIFFIN / GETTY IMAGES If Nas fucks with you, hip-hop fucks with you. On the last Tuesday of January, Dave East’s #P2Tour came to El Rey Theater in Los Angeles. I had seen
Tuesday, January 30th self-care is important, but so is hip hop. — Shirley Ju (@shirju) January 31, 2018 Current mood. 16-hour day and counting. I woke up this morning before my alarm went off and started emailing on my phone. A lot of the people in New York — you only have their attention for
New York’s own Nutso returns to release his first single of 2018 titled “Red Light,” produced by G’Sparkz. Fuck a drive by. Watch below!
Click here to read the full interview on okayplayer.com! The Brooklyn wordsmith sat down with @Okayplayer to discuss his 2018 plans, his thoughts on his TV time and more. It’s safe to say the words “up and coming” can officially be omitted when describing Joey Bada$$ as an artist. While the Brooklyn wordsmith only continues to do
WE$TSIDE Parlé proves he is here to shake up the rap game. As he prepares his first ever project titled HDO (Hardest Drugs Online), the New York MC releases the official music video for “Tech Inna Freeze Cup.” This record is a message for all those struggling with lean use. Watch below as W$P takes
Read the full interview at YoungCalifornia.com! Born in Brooklyn, NeXxthursday is the true definition of bi-coastal, splitting his time between the city of Angels and the Empire State. Although one thing remains permanent: he is never not working. While in Los Angeles, you can find him locked up in the studio, doing what he knows
Read the full article on okayplayer.com. “You are watching a cocoon at work.” Hailing from New York, Latasha Alcindor embodies the definition of a contemporary hip-hop artist with a story to tell. Today, @Okayplayer premieres L.A.’s newest video for “Ol’ BK Soul” featuring Radamiz, which serves as the sixth video off her newest album, Teen Nite at Empire. In the clip
Friday, November 17 trying my best to stay present in the moment. — Shirley Ju (@shirju) November 17, 2017 Happy Friday. There’s a LOT going on (#VicMensa). But seriously. Life is crazier than it’s ever been, and we’re all still just trying to figure it out. One day at a time. RepostBy @boo_the_dj_takes_pix: Today, Friday
This is what happens when two of the baddest bitches in Hip Hop link up. Now, Remy Ma and Lil Kim, both from New York, trade verses on “Wake Me Up.” One thing’s for sure, both artists go HAM on their verses. And well, there’s definitely shade, to say the least. Listen below!
Sunday, October 1 brunch with #FatJoe in LA 🥂🍳🥐 A post shared by HipHopDX (@hiphopdx) on Oct 1, 2017 at 1:57pm PDT I honestly have a new found love and respect for Fat Joe. Today was Empire’s DJ appreciation “Meet & Eat Brunch” with New York’s own Fat Joe at the Ritz Carlton in downtown Los