Burning up your local Hip Hop blog. Check out the tense convo with Lil Yachty on Everyday Struggle.
On today’s special episode of #EverydayStruggle, Lil Yachty joins Joe Budden and DJ Akademiks to talk his new album, the controversial cover, his view on hip-hop, and much more. The debate got intense but everyone held their own.
Remy Ma and Papoose show they still got it on Ebro in the Morning.
This is a great interview that all NYC artists should watch to get an idea of how the industry works and what you need to do to reach the radio airwaves. Though Ebro’s tone is kinda standoffish at least he is being honest and not sugar coating the realities of the fiercely competitive radio game.
Kendrick Lamar supporter Peter Rosenberg was privy to hearing four new tracks off Kendrick’s new album and had nothing but a glowing review of what we are to hear hopefully the top of next year.
He should of apologized a long time ago. The heat was coming and his Hip Hop pass was about to be revoked.
Peter Rosenberg responds to the much talked about comments from Chuck D who has stated that his goal is to change urban radio.
Definitely wanna hear Ebro’s response to the points Chuck is making, who has never held his tongue when it comes to how he feels about the current state of Hip Hop music. I would also like to hear Chuck address the fact that this current crop of ratchet reality television was practically built from Flavor Flav’s “Flavor of Love” which spawned everything we see now in terms of urban reality show programming.
“The look on my face after I heard what a sloppy fiasco @hot97 in NYC has made of HipHop. #culturalCrime,” Chuck D said in the Twitter post.
One of Chuck’s followers responded by saying Hot 97 has to “pay the bills like everybody else.” To this, Chuck said: “yeah slavery paid bills too, correct?”
He elaborated: “bottom line is you make sht better than how you found it. You buy a house, don’t take care of it, a town is calling u out..”