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.
G-Unit’s Kidd Kidd sits down for an exclusive interview and listening session on FUSE with Esteban for the latest episode of “The Mixdown.” Kidd Kidd explained that his project goes beyond just music and embodies a certain street lifestyle. The New Orleans bred rapper also opened up and shared his thoughts on the common misconception from outsiders that life gets easier after landing a record deal. Kidd Kidd spoke on getting a surprise verse from 50 Cent for his mixtape and got into details on why he’s prepared for his death.
Actor and rapper Chidlish Gambino catches up with FUSE for an exclusive interview. Gambino breaks down why he prefers to record music in the morning and why he doesn’t record albums. Kanye West was also the topic of discussion as Childish took the opportunity to speak highly of the Chicago rapper. Gambino admits he doesn’t share the same confidence as A$AP Rocky and points out being on the receiving end of a sneak diss by the Harlem native.
Fuse TV catches up with Rick Ross for a one-on-one interview to let the boss speak on his upcoming Mastermind LP and more. The MMG general explains to viewers that his sound on the album will embody a flamboyant and Liberace type of style rather than a soulful one like his past releases. In fact, Rozay reassures fans that this will be his best work yet to date. As the conversation continued, Ricky gives insight into his relationship with JAY Z, touches on their collaborative track titled “The Devil Is A Lie” and shares his thoughts on the current state of Hip Hop.
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 releases the latest episode of their “Crate Diggers” web series with Dilated Peoples member and solo artist Evidence. The rapper and producer sits down and speaks on his love for vinyl. Crediting his love for great music from his early influences at home, Evidence shows off some of his record collection, speaks on his early days with Kanye West in Los Angeles, producing “Last Call” on College Dropout and much more.
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.”
Danny Brown kicks it with Esteban from Fuse at Rock The Bells and gives a candid interview on a number of different topics. The bruiser keeps things fun and lighthearted as he gives his take on Rock The Bells music festival and speaks on his unexpected performance for Ab-Soul’s set during day one. Brown also speaks on Hologram performances from rap legends, Freddie Gibbs murdering him on a track off his upcoming OLD LP, his girlfriend painting his album’s artwork and admits he doesn’t want Miley Cyrus to know he is after being asked if he thinks the former Disney star stole his style of sticking out his tongue. With a new tour on the horizon with Action Bronson, Danny Brown reassures fans they’re in for a good show.