Thisis50 Verses is a segment, created and produced by Jeremy Bettis (@jbettis420) where your favorite artists recite lyrics from some of their favorite songs. 50 Cent – Poor Lil Rich Watch all of the Thisis50 Verses HERE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLX6Ualf3Uz1oWWnm9k–E_PRWPl-kt6j-
A$AP Ferg joins Ebro in the Morning to discuss what happened when members of A$AP Mob allegedly “kicked him out” of the crew. He also speaks about his thoughts on A$AP Rocky, what legend he wants to work with next, his brand new home, and shared the crazy story behind his Marilyn Manson feature on […]
In this episode of People’s Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with rapper/writer, as well as one of Queensbridge’s finest – CAPONE. Naturally this interview begins with Capone breaking down the elements that turned Queens into such an epicenter for hip hop excellence. Capone goes into how he met Noreaga in ’92 while […]
Action Bronson returns to go Sneaker Shopping with Complex’s Joe La Puma at Stadium Goods in New York City and talks about his love for New Balance, his weight loss journey, and close friends reselling his friends-and-family Adidas sneaker.
How does a virtually unknown artist/producer gain international exposure almost over night with no major label backing? They religiously grind until they catch the eyes and ears of someone who can financially appreciate the work they’ve put in. That’s basically the strategy of Allentown, PA. based producer Red McFly and his latest offering is a visual from his recently released mixtape “Take Flight” entitled “Can’t Sleep”. From the reception of his Evil Empire generated project, it looks like McFly’s way is working.
The Coke Boys producer has put together hits from behind the boards on hood goodies such as French Montana‘s Mac N Cheese series, numerous Chinx Drugz & co. material, and Red produced tracks for both The Game and Shyne during their recent back and forth battle on record. The award winning, up and coming double threat is predicted to be one of the most sought after young producers of 2014.