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.
Gangsta Gibbs performs “Still Livin” and “Rob Me A Nigga” before treating a sold-out crowd to “10 Chickens” off his new album Shadow Of A Doubt. Pick up Gangsta Gibb’s new LP when it drops on November 20. E$GN.
New Orleans’ own, Curren$y, recently stopped by Santa Ana’s The Observatory for the latest stop on his Canal St. Confidential Tour. With the album quickly approaching its December release date, Spitta took the opportunity to perform new material off the project like “Drive By” and “Boulders” along with plenty of other older fan favorites. Check out the Jet Life front man as he also gets into “Cargo Planes” off Pilot Talk III. Canal Street Confidential will be available on December 4.
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.
Check out Mack 10 take the stage and do his thing live in Inglewood at the Forum for KDay’s Krush Groove 2015. Watch as crowd-goers go crazy for classic West Coast Gangsta Rap banger’s like “Foe Life,” “Only In California,” “Nothin’ But The Cavi Hit” and “Hate In Yo Eyes.”
Here’s some extra footage to check out of Gangsta Gibbs in action from his most recent performance in Santa Ana. The Indiana native digs deep into his catalog for an energy packed performance of “Rob Me A Nigga” before transitioning into his recent standout single “Thuggin.” Freddie also takes the opportunity between songs to show some of his fans some love and sign their Pinata vinyls.
Gangsta Gibbs performs a new and unreleased song for the first time for a sold-out Santa Ana crowd. Take a look as Freddie hypes up the crowd by asking if they would like to hear some “new-new” material before bringing the house down with two performances of the currently unreleased song back-to-back.