Freddie Gibbs doesn’t take himself too seriously. Inspired by the R&B legend Teddy Pendergrass, Gibbs took on a new persona with his latest album, Freddie. But make no mistake, Gangsta Gibbs sticks to the script with his hardcore rhymes and signature snarl. With Too $hort at the helm, Gibbs discusses his new album, exoneration, Bandana 2, sports and more! Live from the Sprint store in Inglewood, California.
Will Smith’s resume speaks for itself. For over 30 years, West Philadelphia’s favorite son has conquered music, television, and film. But after stepping away from the booth, The Fresh Prince is dusting off his crown with freestyles and an insatiable social media following. On location in Budapest, Big Willie speaks on his new music, The Fresh Prince, box office success, family, and more!
Westside Gunn’s music can’t be labeled. So much in fact that he christened his latest project with three names, Supreme Blientele, God Is The Greatest, Chris Benoit. But whatever you decide to call it, the Buffalo,NY native has earned the respect of his fans and peers. In 2017, Eminem caught wind and offered him a label deal for his Griselda imprint. Back downstate, Gunn speaks on his new album, acceptance, hometown support, culture and much more!
J Prince has lived a life you could write a book on. In fact, the Rap-A-Lot founder has done that with his memoir, The Art & Science of Respect. Here, the Houston OG, discusses his background, forming his label, artists, hardships, and triumphs.
Saba's creepin' on ah come up. Thanks to a rabid social media following his sophomore album, Care For Me one of the most lauded projects this year. But things weren't always this positive for the Chicago native. A year ago, his PIVOT Gang partner and cousin, John Walt, was murdered. Finding solace in his music, Saba turned tragedy into triumph. Here, Saba talks about his latest work, beats, rhymes, and life.
As the frontman of The Roots, Black Thought has always been the center of attention. But now, he’s sharing the spotlight with producer 9th Wonder for his debut EP, Stream of Thoughts. Off mic, Thought’s taking care of business as well. Since 2014, he and The Roots have provided the sounds on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Show. He also organized this year’s Roots Picnic. Here, the talented Mr. Trotter discusses his latest project, Philly origins, Hot 97 freestyle, mainstream success and much more!
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.