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Among other topics, the trio speak to Good*Fella Media on wanting to ball against Jay-Z, Brian McKnight & Prince. *dead* at wanting to challenge Prince to a pick-up game; his teammates would literally be God & Moses.
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Famed hip-hop producer !LLmind (who’s worked with 50 Cent, Eminem, Little Brother, Redman, & more) is always looking to inspire the next generation of beatmakers. Whether he’s teaching at NYU, releasing the audio stems of his new album, or hosting his “B.L.A.P.” producer showcase in NYC, ILL tries to show future track masters the ropes. In his latest “Going Behind The Curtain” video, the producer breaks down one of the tracks on his new album, explaining the process behind creating each element of “Champions.” Listen & learn.
!LL has a new instrumental project, Behind The Curtain, out now. Feel free to cop it below.
“This Or That”
This past weekend there were a few dope things going on: Big Sean’s show in Toronto, Fat Beats’ monthly pop-up store in Brooklyn, & Boston’s tribute to their fallen lyrical soldier Guru. Among the many acts paying homage at the sold-out showcase, Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme was on deck & proceeded to tear the house down. Check out the footage up top & down bottom, & don’t forget to cop his latest project (via iTunes) now.
“Drunken Nights” featuring JFK
I finally received the chance to meet the homie Dvious in Toronto this past weekend. He recently dropped a new freelease, inspired by House Of Balloons, which you can check out down bottom.
07 WhatyouNEED Ft. Humble The Poet
On May 20th 2011, Big Sean performed live @ Koolhaus in Toronto, Canada. Before his set Big Sean had a special meeting with his VIP’s (promoters, photographers, bloggers, artists & designers) where he gave a few words of inspiration to his biggest supporters.
In this video 1VIBE.NET takes you backstage for an exclusive look of how it all went down.
Directed by: Topshelf Junior & Mike Rosen for The Topshelf Company
Strong Arm Steady’s Arms & Hammers – brought to you by Talib Kweli’s Blacksmith Records – is available now. Cop here via iTunes.
Remember that old episode of South Park when all the wealthy Black celebrities like Oprah & Will Smith moved into the neighborhood? During Puff’s exaggerated caricature he named his kids “P Diddy Mini, P Poofy Bite-Size & Poppa Diddy Diddy Puff Fun-Size.” I think I’m just gonna call him by one of those now.
directed by Mani & J.
Track 11 of Mikey Rocks’ debut solo mixtape gets the visual treatment.