Grand Hustle’s B.o.B recently hit the stage on The Arsenio Hall Show and performed his latest single, “John Doe,” featuring Priscilla. The song is featured on Bobby Ray’s new LP, Underground Luxury. Check out B.o.B. as he turned the energy up for viewers at home and showcased his skills on the guitar.
West Coast legend, DJ Quik, sat down for an exclusive interview with, Robin Di Maggio, on Arsenio Hall’s Extended Play. The rapper spoke modestly on his career and humbled himself to the likes of Dr. Dre, Battlecat and DJ Muggs when asked if he agreed he was the best producer in Los Angeles. Quik also touched on the new era of West Coast Hip Hop and pointed out that he’s a major supporter of TDE. Before calling it a wrap, the gangsta rapper revealed to viewers that he recently acquired the appropriate budget to be able to start recording for his new LP and that fans can expect him to take things back to his roots. The project will serve as Quik’s 9th studio album.
R. Kelly takes the stage on The Arsenio Hall Show to perfrom his smash hit, “When A Woman Loves.” Check out the R&B artist in action as he woo’s female audience members with his charasmatic stage presence.
Sean “Diddy” Combs caught up Arsenio on his late night talk show for a one-on-one interview in front of a live studio audience. Viewers at home also tuned in as the Hip Hop entrepreneur opened up for the cameras and discussed his earliest memories as a child of his father. The Bad Boy head honcho also boasted about embodying his deceased father’s hustler spirit and charismatic characteristics. Before the clip fades to black, Diddy addresses how important it is for him to spend time with his kids despite his demanding schedule.
This is great. Juicy J and Project Pat recently paid Arsenio Hall a visit as guest performers on his new television talk show. With Pat by his side as a hype man, Juicy took the stage to perform his breakout strip club single, “Bounce It.” Audience members were treated to a big surprise when the rapper decided to pull a Ron Artest and go running into the crowd with a bag full of money. Check out Juicy make it rain and deliver a memorable performance as people jumped up out their seats to grab a handful of one dollar bills. “Bounce It” is featured on the rapper’s latest LP, Stay Trippy.
Yo Gotti heads to The Arsenio Hall Show for a candid interview and performance. Take a look as Gotti shares with viewers the inspiration behind his album title I Am, his rough upbringing out on the streets and how he was able to set an example by making his dreams come true. The rapper also weighed in on the South’s rising popularity in different markets and explained how he acquired his Gotti alias as a kid. Before taking to the stage to perform, Gotti addresses the motivation behind giving out his real phone number on Instagram and his desire to reach out to fans.
Flo Rida took his act to television as he hit the stage for The Arsenio Hall Show. Comedian Eddie Murphy who was also in attendance as a guest for the evening, did the honors of introducing the rapper-singer to the stage to perform his new single “How I Feel.” Decked out in a fancy tuxedo and backed by a full band, Flo Rida turned the energy up in the studio and even had several dancers join him for a choreographed number. “How I Feel” will be featured on Flo Rida’s forthcoming The Perfect 10 album.
Wu-Tangs RZA paid Arsenio Hall a visit on his show and celebrated the legendary hip hop group’s 20 years in the game. The rapper-actor opened up about the Clain’s forthcoming album and addressed the difficulty of getting Raekwon in the studio to complete the project. RZA also looked back at what it was like to lose ODB back in 2004 and reveals he’s going to be a part of a new show on Fox coming soon called Gang Related.
Rapper Childish Gambino sits down for an interview on The Arsenio Hall Show. The two discuss the meaning behind Gambino’s photo he posted on Instagram which contained a Ramada Inn notepad that listed a few things that the rapper was scared of. Interestingly enough, Childish’s list also revealed that he was apparently afraid of becoming Tyrese. Watch as Gambino breaks down exactly what he meant to Arsenio in front of a live studio audience.
Odd Future front man Tyler, The Creator made a recent appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show for an exclusive interview. The Los Angeles based artist explained to viewers why he chooses not to drink or smoke, encouraged kids to follow their dreams rather than what their parents want and shared his disappointment with the YouTube Music Awards. Getting real comfortable as he kicked up his feet on stage, Tyler also addressed his passion for directing and took a moment to get a little serious as he spoke on the power that society tends to give certain words.