Mass Appeal presents the first episode of “Release Roundtable” which features Combat Jack and numerous panelists from different websites to discuss Pusha T and his upcoming album My Name Is My Name LP. Watch as things get started with a discussion around the transition of lyrics once again becoming the focal point in Hip Hop due to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and much more. Pusha T plays and speaks on his Kendrick Lamar assisted “Nosetalgia” and breaks down his Joaquin Phoenix produced “King Push” which will also be featued on his forthcoming album.
Nelly stops by radio station Power 105 for an interview with The Breakfast Club. Speaking candidly, Nelly shares his thoughts on his role on the hit BET television show Real Husbands Of Hollywood, the current state of music and Ageism in Hip Hop, his new collaboration with Miley Cyrus and much more. The rapper turned actor also gives insight behind his new role alongside Sylvester Stallone in an upcoming film due out next year in the Spring. Sidebar: Angela Yee also takes the opportunity to throw a quick jab in the direction of LaLa Anthony after Honey Nut Cheerios ends up at one point being the topic of discussion.
BBC and Zane Low release part one of their intimate interview with rap star Kanye West. Watch as Yeezy shares his personal philosophy on life and pursuing goals, speaks on the uniqueness that Yeezus and 808’s and Heartbreaks share and argues that My Dark Beautiful Twisted Fantasy could be considered a perfect album. Kanye also shares the inspiration behind his desire to create music organically and against the common formats practiced throughout the music industry. Before the conclusion of the part one, the G.O.O.D. Music leader discusses Rick Rubin, explains that Yeezus is what frustration sounds like and aggressively tells Lowe that Rap is the new Rock before claiming he’s the biggest of them all.
While Pusha T was out in Jamaica filming his music video for “Blocka,” the G.O.O.D. Music MC linked up with Complex’s Noah Callahan-Bever for an intimate one-on-one interview. Watch as Pusha talks the importance of shooting “Blocka” out in Jamaica and stresses he wants to set an example for other aspiring artists and fans from his home in Virginia. The Clipse member also discusses his potential for crossing over to a mainstream audience, talks Till The Casket Drops and speaks on his close relationship with Pharrell.