Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest sits down with Melloe Won of White Label Radio to discuss sports (NBA & NFL), Colin Kaepernick, Johnny Manziel, his upcoming LP Muttymorphosis, ESPN’s ‘First Take’ and more.
Filmed & edited by Luie C. of Collective State TV for White Label Radio on September 4, 2014.
2 Chainz joins Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless on a new episode of ESPN’s First Take. Take a look at this clip from the show which showcases the G.O.O.D. Music artist weighing in on the debate if the Chicago Bulls and Derrick Rose have a real shot at competing with the Miami Heat and Lebron James for the eastern conference. Skip Bayless backs the rapper up and sides with him on the issue as he puts his faith in Miami by explaining that despite Derrick Rose’s obvious skills he’ll still be unable to single handedly defeat Lebron James and company.
Kendrick Lamar links up with Cabbie for Sportcentres weekly segment “Cabbie Presents.” In the lighhearted and comical sit down, Kendrick speaks on the Lakers, Dwight Howard, the Clippers, his relationship with Chris Paul and Arron Afflalo and much more. Watch the TDE front man also speak on sneakers and list some of the potential scenarios he would consider that would kill his vibe.
With ESPN and Gatorade’s upcoming RGIII: The Will to Win documentary approaching its debut next week, Hip Hop Wired acquires the new Wale track that accompanies the film called “No Pain No Gain.” The documentary will chronicle the Redskin quarterback’s road to recovery from his past knee injury sustainted during last season’s playoffs. Check out what Wale had to say to Hip Hop Wired on the motivation behind the track.
“I did my best to speak for him,” says Wale of “No Pain No Gain.” “[RG3] ain’t no rapper, at least I don’t think so; he probably could if he wanted to. If I was telling a story to get inside of Robert’s mind, what would he say? That’s pretty much it.”
50 visits First Take on ESPN and gives his two cents about Floyd Mayweather Jr. returning to boxing after being released from prison. Curtis goes on to confirm that he indeed feels that Mayweather Jr. “ducked” fighter Manny Pacquiao and that the potential $100 million he could have walked away with should have been enough to entice him to step in the ring. However, he does go on to admit that his relationship with the champ is at times off and on and that it simply comes with the territory of being Floyd’s friend.