A$AP Rocky returned to Sweden to give a free concert, months after being convicted of assault there. Rocky performed for a packed audience at the Ericsson Globe venue in Stockholm. He had originally wanted to perform for inmates at the detention facility in which he was held over the summer. Rocky was arrested for a […]
Griselda sits down w/ Rosenberg on a special edition of Real Late. They discuss the forming of the group, their thoughts on Nick Cannon beefing with Eminem, working with both Slim Shady and Jay-Z at the same time, their first time meeting Hov, losing Juice WRLD, and more. Their album ‘WWCD’ is available now.
Kevin talks about recovering from his car accident, his many transportation related incidents, why his 40th birthday was the best/worst night of his life, his new movie Jumanji: The Next Level, his Hand & Footprint Ceremony at the Chinese Theatre, Will Ferrell’s speech, and his amazing friendship with Dwayne Johnson.
The Miami rapper Bizzy Crook has been running thru the NYC streets doing a bunch of promo since his project 84′ has been released, with his single “No Reason” hitting the radio & clubs, to hosting parties, to headlinging his 1st show which the Source Mag covered, to hitting up Shade 45, and a numerous amount of blog interviews. Bizzy is working to show the world he belongs and can compete with not only the new elite artists but the stars we love. Check out the newest video off of 84′ called “Amnesia”. The year of 84′ is now!!!
FIRE IN THE DARK MIXTAPE AVAILABLE NOW VIA DUTTY ARTZ/A.L.I.E.N. NYC
“If you toned down Kanye West’s ego and turned up his sonic experimentation and then coupled that with some of Yasiin Bey’s lyrical content, you’d arrive at something that sounds a lot like Old Money.” -VICE
After well received single premieres at SPIN Magazine and FACT, Old Money releases their debut via Dutty Artz and A.L.I.E.N. NYC. Stream it now in it’s entirety at VICE and download it here.
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Bio: Ahmad Julian and Andre Oswald are Old Money, a New York based rap, production and DJ duo of Jamaican and Guyanese origins. Their music incorporates the sounds of contemporary Africa such as UK Funky, Dancehall, Kwaito, Kuduro and Hip-Hop while remaining rooted in traditions of pan-African philosophy. In this way, their output remains dynamic and cutting-edge, while also taking on a mystical bend – influenced by fringe spiritual orders like the Nuwaubians, the Moors, NOI, and The 5 Percenters, as well as science fiction novels by author Octavia Butler…(continued here)