Famed rapper and urban activist Immortal Technique shares his thoughts on different races saying the n-word, telling a story about when he had to school his cellmate after he blurted out the controversial word. Immortal Technique also explains why you can’t force someone not to say the n-word, you can only educate them.
Unlike anything done in hip-hop before, we combined the talents of super producer Jahlil Beats with rapper Problem to complete what can only be called “the fastest record to radio.” Assembling at Victory Lane Studios in Los Angeles, watch the process as two songs go from the early stages of completion to a finished product – which is then delivered to the LA Leakers at Power 106 and played for the world to hear.
Peep this smooth joint from rapper Eddie B and a dope feature from Action Bronson. As always, Harry Fraud comes through with the dope production.
Vado comes through and delivers a “freestyle” over Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya?”on HOT 97 with Funkmaster Flex. Is that a blackberry?
Producer 9th Wonder and rapper Big K.R.I.T. give us an inside look into a King Remembered in Time studio session. Also, 9th remembers the first time he heard K.R.I.T.’s music and shares how he meet him shortly after.
Earlier this week, the Skee TV crew hit up the Kiss FM/Clear Channel offices for an in-studio interview with rapper Kid Ink. Check out the photo of Kid Ink I snapped just before his interview ended without a short performance for fans watching at home via live stream which is common when closing up the show. Maybe next time.