Irv Gotti's murdering the game again. After ruling the airwaves in the early 2000s, the Murder Inc. boss has returned with his hit television series, TALES. But music still masters and this spring, he relaunched his storied label with 300 Entertainment. Here, Gotti talks about his new show, production, former artists, and more!
N.O.R.E. isn't banned from TV anymore. Alongside partner DJ EFN, the duo have turned their Drink Champs podcast into one of the most successful programs on REVOLT. N.O. has also expanded his brand with cooking show on yet to be announced network. Months after celebrating the 20th anniversary of his landmark album, The War Report, N.O.R.E. talks about his new ventures, JAY-Z, classic material, and more.
Vic Mensa's got a story to tell. But instead of putting it in a book, the Chicago rapper is waxing poetic on his debut album, The Autobiography. Featuring collaborations from rap heavyweights No ID and Pharrell, Vic logs accounts of love, death, and everything in between. Here, the Roc Nation rookie speaks on his creative process, former relationships, studio sessions and more.
Cardi B's already a legend in two games. After conquering reality television and social media, the Bronx native has taken her talents to Atlantic Records. Following two celebrated mixtape releases, she recently struck gold with her chart setting single, "Bodak Yellow". Here Cardi, talks about wanting respect, rap stardom, and more!
Rap Radar Podcast connects with Macklemore to find out why he decided to separate from producer Ryan Lewis and go solo with his next album. The Seattle rap star also details his everyday struggle with drugs, the Kendrick Lamar Grammy incident backlash and overcoming the sophomore jinx.
A relaunch of the home of hip-hop’s most revealing interviews, with hosts Elliott Wilson and Brian ‘B.Dot’ Miller. Both Wilson and Miller are true journalists who do an immense amount of research, know how to listen and are driven to get the answers to the questions hip-hop fans want to know.