Things got real explicit very quickly when Plies recently sat down to talk to Vanessa Denis and Emez. Check out Plies as he opens things up by speaking on his song, “Ms Pretty Pussy,” women, sex and eventually reveals how he lost his virginity at 14. In fact, Plies explains that the woman was 25-years-old. Watch Plies in action as he does a little flirting on camera and has fun with the interview in typical Plies fashion.
DJ Vlad catches up with Yelawolf for a new over-the-phone interview. Check out the Southern rapper as he speaks on his previous interview with Vlad where the use of the n-word from the Bay Area’s White Girl Mob was the topic of discussion. Yelawolf clarifies he still believes white people have no place to use the word and sides with Lord Jamar’s comments that whites are visitors in a black dominated culture. In fact, Yelawolf addresses his Southern roots and says he comes from a different background from most and that is why he chooses to not use the word despite having it directed towards him everyday of his life.
Vlad TV liberates another part of their exclusive interview with rapper Jin. Take a look as the conversation gets deep when Jin decides to open up on his beliefs concerning religion, faith, and porn addiction The lyricist confidently expresses himself and shares how his new found outlook on life as helped him to make positive changes and be aware of his previous sinful behavior. Watch as Jin ponders on the question that if God exists because of faith or because he’s always been there, explains why his faith influences his music nowadays, compares music videos to porn and so much more.
Casey Veggies links up with DJ Vlad for an exclusive interview on Vlad TV. The young rapper give viewers perspective on his friendship with Frank Ocean and admits he wasn’t surprised when the singer announced to the world he was gay. Veggies also clarified he respects Ocean’s decision and reassures viewers the two artists have unfinished songs together that he hopes to release one day. Frank Ocean and Chris Brown’s infamous beef serves as the topic of dicussion as Young Veggies does the politically correct thing and plays the neutral role. Before calling it a wrap, Veggies admits to the camera that he most likely would have to pass on a collaboration with an openly gay emcee if the opportunity ever presented itself.
The-Dream sits down with DJ Vlad for an exclusive interview on Vlad TV. The soft and high pitched tone singer touches on his past collaborations with Ciara, Future’s dominance of the radio airwaves in Atlanta and admits he hasn’t worked with the auto-tune champ at this stage in his career. Speaking candidly with the camera, The-Dream also weighs in on the absence of a powerhouse voice from a male R&B artist in today’s music scene.
Power 105’s Charlamagne sits down for a one-on-one interview with DJ Vlad and the topic of discussion is Drake and his emotional behavior. The radio host speaks on Drake’s reaction to the public’s opinion on his emo inspired music and explains that for Drake to even respond proves that comments get under his skin. Charlamagne also points out the way Drake previously downplayed Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and weighs in on the back and forth between the Canadian rapper and the Compton lyricist. Never one to bite his tongue, Charlamagne went on to state that there’s three sexual orientations people should be aware of and that includes being gay, straight and Drake. The YMCMB rapper’s previous fallout with the auto-tune champ, Future, also serves as the topic of discussion.
DJ Vlad catches up with Rich Homie Quan following Trinidad James’ controversial comments made in Brooklyn. The down South rapper weighs in on the situation after watching the onstage footage and explains he believes the media is blowing things out of proportion. Quan also wisely works his way around Vlad’s questioning and doesn’t side or disagree with Trinidad James. In fact, the rapper explains to the camera he simply stays in his own lane and believes it’s not his place to comment on New York radio or Atlanta running anything.
Vlad TV releases more footage of their exclusive interview with rapper Jin. The savvy lyricist breaks down his roots in battling which he says began in junior high and shares details on his first battle which he admits he lost as a kid. Jin went on to explain how he eventually learned the dynamics of his craft as well as the culture of hip hop which ultimately helped mold him into a lyrical force to be reckoned with. The rapper spoke on moving to New York in 2001 and landing a manager who would eventually get him a spot on BET’s Freestyle Friday’s. As the conversation continued, Jin touched on the number of Asian jokes he would commonly encounter during battles and shared how he would prepare for them in advance with responses.
DJ Vlad talks sneakers and fashion with G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T. The Virginia Beach native admits he doesn’t own a pair of the “Red October” Nike Air Yeezy 2 model and has had to buy every Kanye West designed sneaker in order to get his hands on them like everyone else. King Push reveals the Chicago rap legend has never hooked him up with a free pair of any colorway or model and promises viewers he has an extensive shoe collection. Interestingly enough, Pusha T also admitted that he feels Kanye West’s elusive Nike sneakers have surpassed Jordan’s in popularity because of West’s status as a fashion icon. The My Name Is My Name rapper followed up his comment by clarifying that he believes Yeezy is far more respected in the world of fashion than compared to JAY Z.
Wu-Tang’s Cappadonna sits down for an over-the-phone interview with DJ Vlad for Vlad TV. Speaking candidly with the camera, Cap shares his thoughts on OBD crashing the stage at the 1998 Grammys and gives viewers some inside perspective into what the deceased rapper was thinking at the time. Cappadonna also reflects on a time when ODB decided to take the microphone from the Notorious B.I.G. during a live show to rock the crowd.