ScHoolboy Q sits down with Noisey for their latest episode of their “Rap PSA” series. Check out the humorous commentary from the TDE rapper as he shares his thoughts on valentine’s day, flowers, the Titanic and more. Pick up Q’s new LP, “Oxymoron,” which is now in stores.
Waka Flocka links up with Noisey and Brisk Bodega to deliver a new special PSA for viewers. Watch as the rapper breaks down the proper way to approach a woman and the key things to pay attention to. Before calling it a wrap on the segment, Flocka leaves fans with some personal advice on how to be able to tell if they truly like someone. Yeah, it’s kind of funny.
Noisey sits down and talks what truth means to Virginia Beach’s Pusha T. Check out “King Push” as he admits that he’s reached a stage in his life where he can’t afford to waste time and has very little patience. The rapper goes on to explain that his life revolves around his business and he can’t jeopardize it by being associated with liars. Pusha gives viewers insight into his thought process by explaining how he was raised by his father and much more.
Pusha T continues his testimonial series with Noisey and in this episode gets into his thought process behind his drug dealing past and more. Watch as the G.O.O.D. Music emcee opens up to cameras about not acting on his impulses to get back back in the dope game despite the lucrative outcome. Interestingly enough, King Push also clarifies that when he was making the decision to get his hands dirty he was an entirely different person and struggles to stray away from that type of mind state. Before calling it a wrap, Pusha T also breaks down the pain that automatically comes with living such a lifestyle.
Noisey catches up with G.O.O.D. Music rapper 2 Chainz and gets him to sit down, read and respond to comments left on his “Feds Watching” music video online. Taking the moment in with a humble approach and lighthearted attitude, Chainz addresses one users feelings about the feds, his wardrobe decisions, the motivation behind selecting the models in the music video and much more. In fact, 2 Chainz even entertains one viewers question which ask for help from the rapper to fulfill their dream of becoming a walrus.
Noisey releases the newest episode of their “Back & Forth” series with A$AP Rocky and this time the Harlem native chops-it-up with Texas legend Bun B. Watch as the the UGK rapper drops knowledge on the origins of the word “trill” beginning in prison, speaks on the influence of the South and UGK on music and shares how he feels to be so highly respected in the game. Before the conclusion of part one, Bun also tells a story of almost getting into a big brawl with trained fighters because of Pimp C and to make matters worse his mother was in the room.
Pusha T sits down with Noisey for the third part of the G.O.O.D. Music artist’s My Name Is My Name testimonial entitled “Birth Of A Rapper.” Watch as King Push talks drugs and breaks down his early Hip Hop influences that surrounded him as a kid courtesy of his brothers and sister who were heavy into music and the culture. Pusha T also reveals that he finally feels at this stage in his career that he’s truly arrived and considers himself a rapper more than any other time in his life.
A$AP Rocky continues his collaborative interview series with Noisey and catches up next with Snoop Lion. Watch as the two discuss a number of topics over a blunt which include the transition of groupies switching from prominently from women in the ’90s to nowadays males, balancing success and relationships. In part two below, Rocky shares details behind how “F*ckin Problems” came together, the two artists praise Canadian rapper Drake, Snoop speaks on 2Pac and much more.
Noisey catches up with YMCMB’s Drake and gets his thoughts on his new album Nothing Was The Same. After being in the works for about a year and a half, Drake talks pushing the creative boundaries as an artist and taking the time on his latest offering to share more with fans. The Canadian rapper also opened up on the type of reactions he tends to get from different women who end up as the inspiration behind a song and gives insight behind the dedication it took to put in lengthy studio hours to create the album.
Noisey throws viewers right back in where they left off from part one with part two of A$AP Rocky’s comical “Back & Forth” interview with Riff Raff. Watch as Rocky introduces A$AP Yamz to Riff and also calls over A$AP Ferg to get in on the action for a candid conversation and blunt session. The A$AP Mob front man proposes the question on what type of women each likes best, Fergenstein does a small Q&A with Riff Raff and everyone gets down an impromptu freestyle session over Rocky’s boom bap instrumental for “1 Train.”