T.I. sits down with Jack Thriller of ThisIs50.com for an exclusive interview. Check out the self-proclaimed, “King of The South,” as he details exactly why Trinidad James does not speak on behalf of Atlanta. In fact, T.I. makes it clear that James is relatively still a rookie in the game. The rapper also opens up on the importance of respect and looks back at his earlier years coming up.
ThisIs50’s Jack Thriller catches up with Connecticut’s Chris Webby for a one-on-one interview. The rising talent kicks things off by clarifying he doesn’t have any kids and admits to audiences he’s not a role model, however, his story is not only authentic but it’s admirable. As the conversation between the two continued, Webby opens up about a past mushroom trip that left him freaking out, why his ideal pet would be a small monkey and being happy with the his new Homegrown sales. Before calling it a wrap, Chris shares some details with fans about what they can expect to hear on his forthcoming LP.
Jack Thriller catches up with Maino to see where he currently stands on his disagreement with Trinidad James. Looking more calm and relaxed about the situation, Maino works around Thriller’s questions and downplays the situation by explaining that he plans to not have to resort to using the “hand of god” anytime soon. In fact, Maino states that he’s really a nice guy and warns that perhaps it’s not him the Atlanta rapper should be worried about considering he upset an entire city.
Jack Thriller and ThisIs50 liberate additional coverage from the green carpet at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. This time fans get to see an exclusive interview between thriller and CTE’s YG. Take a look as the California native gives insight behind how his music caught Young Jeezy’s attention which led the rapper to contact Def Jam about taking YG under his wing. YG also makes it very clear he doesn’t consider himself a replacement for Freddie Gibbs and explains that he never even knew there was bad blood between Jeezy and Gibbs. Before heading inside, YG shares his thoughts on touring with Yo Gotti for the “I Am Tour” and their recent collaboration “Act Right.” My Krazy Life is set to release early 2014.
ThisIs50’s Jack Thriller speaks with Atlanta’s rising group, Migos, for an exclusive interview on the green carpet for BET’s 2013 Hip Hop Awards. Fresh off the success of their club smash “Versace” featuring Drake, Migos shares some insight with viewers on how exactly they were able to acquire Drizzy’s services for their single by way of a mutual friend.
ThisIs50 was on hand for Howard University’s recent homecoming festivities which included Yard Fest 2013 and today delivered their official recap of the event. Check out how it all went down as students were treated to performances from the likes of 2 Chainz, Young Dro, Big Sean and many more. The visual also includes some individual commentary about the special concert from Kidd KIdd, Big Sean, Po Johnson, 2 Chainz, Young Dro, Kevin McCall, and Marlon Wayans.
Jack Thriller links up with 50 cent and Kidd Kidd to discuss the current status of battle rapping. The New York rapper touches on his love for the art and explains how rap battles have become financially rewarding nowadays to participate in than in year’s past. Fif also clarifies he’s a fan of battle rapper Big T and explains why he’s currently his favorite. The G-Unit general addresses the lack of authenticity in Hip Hop.
Jack Thriller of ThisIs50.com catches up with Uncle Snoop Dogg on Sprite’s green carpet for the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards show. The legendary West Coast Hip Hop artist opens things up by joking around about his line of comfortable house slippers line called Doggy Biscutiz and shares his excitement for being asked to host the awards this year. In fact, Snoop playfully announces to the camera that he plans to surprise viewers and they might even see him take a few tokes on television.
50 Cent sits down with HOT 97’s Funk Fex and gives his initial reaction to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse which has been the topic of conversation in the music industry since it surfaced. Always one for a scathing diss record, 50 Cent co-signs the Compton rapper’s desire for competition and says it’s necessary and a part of Hip Hop. Fif also discusses Kidd Kidd’s upcoming project and speaks on the current status of G-Unit.
Q links up with ThisIs50’s own Jack Thriller for another classic sit down to discuss Jack’s interest in being Q’s hypeman, his TDE bear body guard, his recent performance in New York, his dislike of interviews and much more.