DMX gives a hilarious interview with The Breakfast Club, and don’t worry, hilarious in a good way. It’s good to see X focused and on top of his game. The Dark Man discusses his album Undisputed, donating the first week proceeds to the families of the 9/11 victims, the Ruff Ryders, BET Cypher, Drag-On, his wife, marriage and family, relationships, celebrity females…. And beating his dick in the studio. No homo.
Prodigy and Boogz Boogetz dropped by Sway In The Morning and spit a few cuts off H.N.I.C. 3, out now. P also discusses the features and how his music has changed over the years. More after the jump.
Yelawolf sat down with DJ Skee to discuss his collaborative album with Big K.R.I.T. Country Cousins and another upcoming project Trunk Muzik Returns.
AllHipHop.com caught up with Method Man to discuss his upcoming (since 2010) album Crystal Meth, now produced by RZA, Blackout 3 with Redman, Wu-Tang, and future film projects.
Is it just me or does Meth sound a bit beat down by the industry? Shame, he’s always been one of my favorite rappers and Hip-Hop personalities.
One half of the infamous Mobb Deep, Prodigy, goes on Hot 97 and sits down with Cipha Sounds & Peter Rosenberg and discusses the alleged beef with Havoc and the possibility of P knockin’ boots with Rihanna. I’ll let dun do the explaining.
Dru Ha and Buckshot sat down at the this year’s Red Bull Music Academy to discuss the origins of their Duck Down Records imprint and the role Tupac played in their early days.
Looks like Drake caught offense to the chorus on Common‘s single “Sweat” recently, and Com set the record straight on Shady 45. You can see the interview below, and hear the lyrics in question if you haven’t heard them.
Personally I think Common would destroy Drake, just go track down his diss tracks during his beef with Westside Connection. Nonetheless I don’t expect Drake to back down, he’s been trying to act all gangster lately.