Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest sits down with Melloe Won of White Label Radio to discuss sports (NBA & NFL), Colin Kaepernick, Johnny Manziel, his upcoming LP Muttymorphosis, ESPN’s ‘First Take’ and more.
Filmed & edited by Luie C. of Collective State TV for White Label Radio on September 4, 2014.
Melloe Won of White Label Radio sits down with Phife Dawg for an exclusive candid interview. The legendary artist gets comfortable and discusses his history with A Tribe Called Quest and breaks down some of the group’s most classic albums. Phife Dawg also shares with viewers details on how he learned to write music and rap. Watch as the Queens native breaks down how Q-Tip suffered a major punch to the face after jumping into a fight to defend Prince Po (Organized Konfusion) from Wreckx-N-Effect affiliates and much more.
Filmed by Luie C. of Collective State TV for White Label Radio on September 4, 2014.
Former N.W.A. manager, Jerry Heller, stops by White Label Radio for a follow-up interview with host Melloe Won. Check out the controversial music industry vet as he detailed to KDAY listeners what it was like watching “Straight Outta Compton” with his lawyers, his thoughts on some of the fictitious scenes portrayed in the film, actor Paul Giamatti’s performance, the film’s damaging effect on his career, starting Ruthless records with Eazy-E and much more.
Filmed and edited by Luie C. of Collective State TV for White Label Radio and 93.5 KDAY.
With N.W.A.’s new Straight Outta Compton film hitting the big screen tomorrow, check out what Jerry Heller had to say about the upcoming biopic when we sat down with him for an exclusive interview for White Label Radio earlier in the year. Heller also discusses Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, “No Vaseline,” Suge Knight, what life was like after Eazy-E’s death and more. Filmed & edited by Luie C. of Collective State TV.
Earlier in the year White Label Radio host, Melloe Won, had the opportunity to sit down with Jerry Heller for an exclusive one-on-one interview at Dash Radio. Watch as Heller discusses details on discovering N.W.A., going into business with Eazy-E, Ruthless Records artists and much more. Filmed and edited by Luie C. of Collective State TV.
Earlier in the year I had the opportunity of shooting an exclusive interview with former N.W.A. manager and Eazy-E business partner, Jerry Heller, for White Label Radio. Before the film Straight Outta Compton drops this Friday, take a look at what the man who is responsible for getting the group off the ground had to say about past beef with Ice Cube, falling out with N.W.A., Eazy-E’s death, Dr. Dre and more.
EXCLUSIVE: For the second half of our exclusive interview with rapper Big Tray Deee, the Long Beach native touches on his current relationship with Snoop Dogg, Goldie Locc and gives details on how his upcoming Krush Groove reunion show with radio station KDay came together. Take a listen as Big Tray Dee speaks on the future of Tha Eastsidaz as he prepares to finally leave prison after being locked up for over ten years. The rapper also decided to open up about his displeasure with “fake gangster rappers,” directs some choice words towards a specific unnamed artist, announces the title to his forthcoming LP and much more.
Rick Ross drops by the Angie Martinez Show at HOT 97 and gets into details about his new album, Mastermind. In fact, Rozay addresses his latest single, “Nobody,” and gives listeners insight into the track’s intro which features Diddy giving a verbal tongue lashing to an unknown recipient. Angie also gets the MMG boss to discuss his current health after having a few scares last year, his massive mansion, deading his beef with Young Jeezy and much more.
TDE’s Isaiah Rashad links up with Mass Appeal while out in New York in early February and sits down for an in-depth interview. Check out the rising lyricist discuss what the process was like for him to sign to TDE and how he’s currently balancing life away from his son. The rapper also gets into what he dislikes most about some interviews and much more for Mass Appeal’s “Video Print” series.
After Skateboard P decided to share the artwork to his upcoming album, “GIRL,” it didn’t take very long for people to notice that there wasn’t any particular dark skinned women featured on the cover. The assumption was quickly made that perhaps Pharrell had a preference for women that weren’t black or dark skinned. However, that could be further from the truth as Pharrell recently phoned into Power 105’s The Breakfast Club to clear things up and offer up a response to the negative feedback.