EXCLUSIVE: For the second half of our exclusive interview with rapper Big Tray Deee, the Long Beach native touches on his current relationship with Snoop Dogg, Goldie Locc and gives details on how his upcoming Krush Groove reunion show with radio station KDay came together. Take a listen as Big Tray Dee speaks with LuRocK on the future of Tha Eastsidaz as he prepares to finally leave prison after being locked up for over ten years. The rapper also decided to open up about his displeasure with “fake gangster rappers,” directs some choice words towards a specific unnamed artist, announces the title to his forthcoming LP and much more.
Organized Konfusion reunites for Marco Polo’s latest single “3-O Clock” off his upcoming PA2: The Director’s CutLP which is scheduled to release on November 12 via SoulSpazm Records. This is the first time rap fans have been able to hear the duo back in action together since breaking up back in 1997.
No Malice sits down with HHS1987 to talk about a variety of topics. The Virginia mc talks about his home state, making it out of VA, getting their deal by travelling and putting in the work. He talks about the void in his life that was missing when he was at the top of his career that lead him into being into No Malice. He talks you need to put God first because he is the foundation in everything you do. No Malice talks about his new music will “break the ice.” He said he hasnt categorized his new music as Gospel, Christian rap or other. He addresses the so called “Clipse Reunion” rumors. He gives advice and much more.
Dipset is alive and well and recently took their act to Midtown Manhattan’s B.B. King’s venue to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Diplomatic Immunity. Cam’ron, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, J.R. Writer and Freaky Zeeky all came together and performed to a packed house of anxious Dipset fans with classic hits like “Dipset Anthem,” “I Really Mean It,” “Oh Boy,” and “Santana’s Town”. Check out the footage above and below to see how it all went down in New York.
Here’s the majority of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s set from San Bernardino’s Rock The Bells Festival 2012. This was indeed a unique experience for me. It really brought back a lot of memories for me. I can still remember listening to E. 1999 Eternal as a kid growing up. I actually still have my cassette copy of the album to this day. I’m Grateful for older cousins I had in my life at the time who saw fit to introduce me to such memorable work. When moments like these in music come together for me years later it makes the show that much more enjoyable.
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