Pusha T links up with Fuse’s Esteban for an exclusive one-on-one interview. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper opens up about recently catching up with The Neptunes and acquiring their services for his forthcoming LP, King Push. Pusha T also discusses the difficulty of getting Kanye West to contribute to his projects because of his hectic schedule, a possible Clipse reunion and his new tour with 2 Chainz.
Pro Era rapper CJ Fly is the latest artist to be featured on FUSE’s “The Mixdown” and gets the opportunity to viewers insight behind his debut solo project Thee Way I See It. Take a look as CJ sits down with Esteban and breaks down a few stand out tracks off the mixtape that fans can look forward to hearing. The Pro Era emcee shares the details behind his recording process for the project, reveals a lot of the production featured on Thee Way I See It is from young aspiring producers that reached out via Twitter and much more.
FUSE catches up with marijuana enthusiast Devin The Dude to discuss and break down his upcoming eighth album, One For The Road. Speaking candidly with Esteban, The Dude gets into details behind standout tracks “Probably Should Have,” “Fresh Air” and “Herb The Nation.” Devin also touches on the different approach he decided to take for putting the project together and clarifies the type of sound that fans can expect to hear from him. One For The Road is now available for purchase.
Fuse continues unveiling their coverage of Rock The Bells 2013 and this time Esteban catches up with Inspectah Deck. The two discuss Wu-Tang Clan’s 20th Anniversary of their classic LP Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers. Deck also reflects on the groups humble beginnings at RZA’s mom’s house, confirms theirs a new Wu-Tang album currently in the works and co-signs Drake titling his latest single “Wu-Tang Forever.”