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 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.
Jack Thriller catches up with Maino to see where he currently stands on his disagreement with Trinidad James. Looking more calm and relaxed about the situation, Maino works around Thriller’s questions and downplays the situation by explaining that he plans to not have to resort to using the “hand of god” anytime soon. In fact, Maino states that he’s really a nice guy and warns that perhaps it’s not him the Atlanta rapper should be worried about considering he upset an entire city.
Revolt TV brings you an exclusive response straight from Tyrese on Childish Gambino’s recent comments made about the actor-singer on The Arsenio Hall Show. Fans will also recall that Donald Glover started all this when he posted a photo on Instagram with a list of his fears that also included a line directed at Tyrese. Check out as the R&B singer completely disregards Gambino’s comments and explains that he doesn’t even know who he is.
DJ Kid Capri will be featured on an upcoming episode of Revolt TV’s “The Gate.” In the sneak peek provided, Capri decides to address all the controversy surrounding Trinidad James’ recent comments in Brooklyn. Though Capri states he doesn’t have a personal problem with James, he doesn’t hesitate to share some advice with the camera and states dudes need to keep the city of New York’s name out of their mouth. Capri went on to remind viewers that New York is responsible for giving birth to Hip hop and reassures fans he’s confident things will come around and the city will be back on top.
New York rapper Maino is not playing when he says he wants Trinidad James to apologize for his recent rant in Brooklyn. Take a listen to this new audio that’s been released that showcases Maino’s personal phone call to Atlanta’s Trinidad James. It’s clear that Maino is taking the situation very seriously as he aggressively explains to James why he’s upset and demands that he apologize to his city before things get physical. Maino goes on to explain that the situation is concerned with right and wrong and that he will begin to let up when James releases his public apology video. Trinidad continues to point the finger at the media while Maino only seems to be concerned with proving his dominance.
Revolt TV’s Sharon Carpenter jumps on Skype with Trinidad James for an exclusive interview to get the Atlanta native’s thoughts on the controversy surrounding his New York comments. James opens things up by clarifying that the message he was trying to convey on stage in Brooklyn was that he feels Atlanta runs New York radio. The “All Gold Everything” rapper shares the motivation behind his comment and explains that he blames the media for instigating the situation by only focusing on one excerpt. James goes on to say that he would never disrespect New York, his choice of words he used wasn’t what he really meant and more.
Rich Homie Quan apparently feels some time of way about the undisputed auto-tune champ Future. The track finds Quan venting some of his frustrations about his style and delivery being compared to rapper-singer Future over a menacing instrumental courtesy of Dun Deal. Take a listen as Quan declares himself the future of music and admits he’s never even met Future at this point in career. This doesn’t exactly come at the best time for the auto-tune champ as he currently finds himself sitting on the sidelines after making questionable comments aimed at YMCMB rapper Drake’s new album Nothing Was The Same to Billboard. If one things for sure it would appear that Future’s watermouth has gotten him into trouble with two artists now.