G-Unit Talks The Beast With The Breakfast Club G-Unit appeared on The Breakfast Club morning show today to promote their new EP, The Beast Is G-Unit. The project is out now, and in the interview 50 Cent and his crew shed light on it, and their reunion. The post G-Unit On The Breakfast Club Morning Show appeared first on Rap Dose. Read entire story.
Rocksteady member DJ JS-1 has been putting it down in the DJ, mixtape and production game for years, as well as getting busy with the paint as JERMS since his school days. We caught up last November to discuss the sorry state of modern rap, the trials of making compilation albums and tips copping vinyl on the sly. Robbie: How did it start for you? DJ JS-1: Growing up in Queens, New York – I was born in the mid 70’s – so by the time I was old enough to look around and know what’s going on, you’re six, seven, eight years old. It’… Read entire story.
Interview with Ches, a Russian artist with a universal talent.Read more: Ches interview Read entire story.
Meet the London based artist The Krah. Let´s talk about his art in the street and his next exhibition.Read more: The Krah interview Read entire story.
The story of Charlie Rock aka DJ Stitches is a classic example of how brutal the music industry can be. As a founding member of De La Soul, only himself discarded once they signed their first record deal, he went on to score a contract with Mercury Records for his next group – Class A Felony – only to have the album stuck in limbo for two years after his MC was brutally murdered in a bungled robbery attempt. Having also been involved with records for Uptown and Ilacoin, Stitches shared a number of behind-the-scenes incidents during his extended tour of duty… Read entire story.
Maino returned to The Breakfast Club this morning with a crown on his head to talk about his recent King Of Brooklyn EP, having a photo of Trinidad James‘ watch on his Instagram, the odds of him having his own reality show and more. He even makes his telephone number public info at the 9:20 […]The post Maino Talks Trinidad James, Reality TV, Gives Away His Phone Number & More On The Breakfast Club appeared first on Rap Dose. Read entire story.
Growing up in Forest Projects in the South Bronx, DJ Diamond D embarked on a career as a local DJ before teaming-up with childhood friend Master Rob to form the Ultimate Force crew and release the “I’m Not Playing” single on Strong City. Following on from yesterdays detailed breakdown of his first solo album, we discussed his formative years as a music fan, his loyalty to those he grew-up with and some of his lesser known musical contributions beyond his work with the D.I.T.C. crew.Robbie: How old were you when you first deejayed publicly?Diamond D: First time… Read entire story.