Revolt TV catches up with everyone from Young Chris to Pharrell and gets their thoughts on JAY Z’s classic LP, The Black Album. Watch as Just Blaze, 9th Wonder and several other collaborators celebrate the project’s 10th anniversary and explain what it was like to be a part of something so special. Other friends like DJ Khaled and Irv Gotti also show up to speak on what the album meant to them and its significant impact on Hip Hop.
DJ Khaled liberates his new music video for the slightly controversial “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie” track that’s featured on his new album Suffering From Success. After the song’s concept and title was unveiled plenty of Hip Hop enthusiasts began weighing in on the use of the names from the late great artists which eventually sparked a debate. Khaled’s new music video takes things a bit further and showcases vintage clips of Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. from interviews and in the studio. Take a look at the new black and white visual which also showcases spliced clips of Khaled and company as they perform their respective verses.
Elliott Wilson is back with a new episode of his Life+Times web series and this time Wilson catches up with Miami big shot DJ Khaled. Watch as Khaled speaks highly of his new Suffering From Success LP and explains that he’s been consistent with delivering nothing but hot anthems to fans summer after summer. The DJ-producer continues with addressing the recent public backlash he’s received from fans who feel a certain way about his latest single, “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie,” which makes reference to both rap legends. Downplaying the reaction from fans, Khaled tells Wilson that fans need to use their intelligence and listen to the words as they are only paying homage to two of Hip Hop’s greatest acts. DJ Khaled also addresses his special relationship with Rick Ross and gives insight behind the significance of his album title.
DJ Khaled and Rick Ross recently made their way over to HOT 97 to have a sit down with Ebro, Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds. Watch as Ciph takes the opportunity to confront DJ Khaled about not showing the same love and support back that he initiated towards the DJ-producer early on in his career. The radio host opens up about being one of the few DJ’s to even play Khaled’s to which DJ Khaled completely disagrees and even goes so far as to say that Cipha is lying. What appears to be an innocent back and forth discussion between two friends eventually gets a bit heated as Cipha rebuttals Khaled’s claims and becomes more aggressive before the visual fades to black. Guess we’ll have to wait for part two to see what happened.
DJ Khaled releases a new music video for his latest single “Never Surrender” featured on his upcoming Suffering From Success LP. The visual finds each artist performing to the camera out on the block as they lace the mellow instrumental with introspective rhymes about the code of the streets and the struggles endured in order to survive. This is definitely one of the more standout tracks off Suffering From Success which will be available in stores on October 22.
Just when you think you’ve heard the last leak off DJ Khaled’s upcoming Suffering From Success LP, they pull you right back in with another track. Fans this time get a taste of some raw lyricism courtesy of J. Cole and Bas who effortlessly ride the infectious instrumental on “Hell’s Kitchen.” Take a listen as Cole and Bas drop some introspective rhymes for listeners and focus on making it out off the streets, recognizing the real from the fake and having the drive to move forward despite the odds and life’s obstacles.
Here’s yet another leak off DJ Khaled’s Suffering From Success album with Lil Wayne’s solo offering titled “Not Motive.” Equipped with hard-hitting bass and sporting an electronic influence, Weezy turns the energy up and showcases his crafty wordplay. Suffering From Success will be in stores next week on October 22.