Interviews


Wiz Khalifa’s new album, Rolling Papers 2, is set to drop next month on July 13. The Taylor Gang rapper is currently on a promo run, recently holding a listening event in Los Angeles and making radio stops. Sitting down with Big Tigger on Atlanta’s V-103, Young Khalifa revealed some of his peers that appear on the album. Fans can expect features from Swae Lee, Snoop Dogg, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Gucci Mane, and Taylor Gang labelmates Chevy Woods and Ty Dolla $ign.

Shorlty after Rolling Papers 2 drops, Wiz Khalifa will be hitting the road with Rae Sremmurd on the “Dazed & Blazed” North American tour, running from July 21-Aug 30.

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While in Canada for a show Juice Wrld linked up with Nardwaur at Neptoon Records in Vancouver for a… loud exchange. The pair discussed the captivating crooner’s love for Billy Idol, his relationship with Lil Bibby & G Money, the first studio he recorded at and more.

Experience the epic interview after the break. ‘Goodbye & Good Riddance‘ is out now!

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Drake’s battle with Pusha T (and Kanye West) appears to over. The week-long back-and-forth came to an end after his long-time mentor J Prince stepped in and advised the Toronto superstar not to respond to Pusha T’s scathing “The Story of Adidon” during a recent phone conversation. The Rap-A-Lot CEO spoke more in detail about the battle between the 6 God and Clipse spitter, during a sit down interview with Sway in the Morning.

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The full-fledged rap battle between Drake and Pusha T appears to be over. After exchange vicious lines and harsh words at each other in “Duppy Freestyle” and “The Story of Adidon,” fans of the heated beef were awaiting for a second response from Drake. Hip-Hop enthusiasts loving the competitive back-and-forth are now disappointed as its been revealed that the beef has ended. In an interview with Maryland’s DTLR Radio, Drake’s mentor and legendary Rap-A-Lot CEO James Prince said he recently had a phone conversation with the 6 God and instructed the Canadian superstar to not respond and end the battle.

I made an OG call to Drake this morning telling him ‘I don’t want you to respond to this’,” said J Prince. The Houston entrepreneur, who has business ties with Drake, cites Pusha T’s attack of those closest to Drake in “The Story of Adidon,” calling it disrespectful as to why he demanded the verbal war to be over with. The news comes a few days after Kanye West, a main subject of Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle,” tweeted in his eyes the beef was dead.

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With Drake and Pusha T’s rap beef in full swing, the latter called into The Breakfast Club and stopped by HOT 97 to speak on “The Story of Adidon.” Sitting down with Funkmaster Flex, Pusha T discussed creating DAYTONA with Kanye West, his lethal response to Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle,” their beef going back to The Clipse’s issues with Cash Money Records over a decade ago and Drizzy being pulled in due to affiliation, the subject of ghostwriting, Drake getting help from Quentin Miller vs. Kanye West getting help from other writers, the history of Pusha’s back-and-forth with Drake, G.O.O.D. Music’s flood of music in June, the OVO star crossing the line by mentioning Pusha’s fiancee Virginia Williams on “Duppy Freestyle,” the history of The Clipse and more.

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After dropping his latest — and most devastating — Drake diss “The Story of Adidon” last night, Pusha T called into The Breakfast Club this morning to discuss his sizzling beef with the 6 God.

King Push explained that “Adidon” is a reference to Drake’s upcoming clothing line with Adidas, which is named after his alleged son, Adonis, with model Sophie Brussaux. “But we couldn’t know about your child until you start selling sweatsuits and sneakers?” Push said. Later, he added, “I don’t even hang with my friends who have child support issues.”

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In anticipation of his new album Daytona releasing in a few hours, Pusha T is busy on a promo run in New York City. After sitting down with Angie Martinez, The Clipse member made stops to HOT 97’s morning show and Genius’ For the Record with Rob Markman. Throughout both conversations, Pusha T speaks on his new album, the decision to make it seven songs only, the heavy sample use on Daytona, his role as an activist, Kanye West’s political views and support of Trump, the reason Pusha T stood by Hilary Clinton, his relationship with Rick Ross, wanting Meek Mill for the song “What Would Meek Do?,” his thoughts on the current state of Hip-Hop, Lil’ Baby and Gunna being his favorite artists right now, and more.

The most intriguing subject during both discussions was Drake, a person Pusha T has directed subliminal verses at in past years. The President of G.O.O.D. Music decided to speak in-depth on his issues with the Canadian superstar.

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With his third studio album set to drop this Friday, Pusha T paid a visit to The Angie Martinez Show. During their 25-minute conversation, the President of G.O.O.D. Music spoke on his new album Daytona, Kanye changing the original artwork at 1 a.m. on Wednesday (May 23) and paying $85,00 for a different cover, the album going from 8 to 7 tracks, Pusha originally wanting Meek Mill on “What Would Meek Do?,” being with Nas out in Wyoming at Kanye’s getaway studio, a potential tour with Nas, and his relationship with Pharrell.

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After a 3 year musical hiatus, A$AP Rocky is finally gearing up to release his highly anticipated ‘Testing’ album. In conjunction with the LP, the Harlem rap staple covers Complex’s Summer 2018 issue. The cover story interview finds him detailing what its like to work with Kanye West, Nigo’s influence on Hip-Hop culture and of course the new project.

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Janet Jackson is the latest Billboard cover star. The 2018 BBMA’s Icon Award recipient discusses everything from upcoming music to early challenges in the music industry to the joys of motherhood in the during the intimate interview with the staple publication. She also reveals the importance of executing her artistic vision for the classic album ‘Rhythm Nation 1814’ and how records like Stevie Wonder’s “Songs In The Key of Life” were an inspiration.

View the flawless magazine cover after the jump and read the in-depth interview here.

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