Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Waka Flocka Chops It Up With Cipha Sounds + Angie Martinez [Video]

Waka Flocka stopped past Hot 97 to discuss violence - go figure - being a father and staying in his lane going harder than ever, for next year's Summer Jam stage.

I see you Waka. Brick Squad.



Big K.R.I.T. Reels In First Week + New Music "Thank You Kindly"

K.R.I.T.'s debut album, Live From The Underground rounded out this first week on shelves at a very mere 40,000 units moved. Not the best. Either way, K.R.I.T. wants to thank you, kindly.


Well, thank YOU.

P.S. Adele, you're killing musice


Al Lindstrom Interviews The Breakfast Club [Video]

Your favorite website's favorite website caught up with your favorite morning show. It's funny, the Breakfast Clubs usually asks the questions. Lindstrom, as usual does a good job curating this...

You check it out. Judge on!


The Breakfast Club Chops It Up With Consequence [Video]

Consequence came threw POWER 105 to chop it up with our favorite club. He discusses Big Sean, G.O.O.D. Music, Kanye, and the overall politics of the music business...


2012 NBA Finals: Game 1 [Highlights + Recap]

For the record, I like Oklahoma City in this year's NBA Finals match up. Russell Westbrook went off for 27 points, 11 assists and 8 rebounds. The Miami Heat's LeBron James did have a Finals personal best with a 30 point and 9 rebound performance.

Kevin Durant scorched for a 36 point game with 17 of those coming in the 4th quarter. Crunch time. For those interested, this is the same all-important quarter where LeBron James has a tendency to disappear, and commit game changing mishaps. Life suck like that sometimes though.

Key notes:

- James Harden scored 5 points in a mere 22 minutes
- Serge Ibaka had ZERO blocked shots
- Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook outscored the entire Miami Heat in the second half 41 - 40
- Shane Battier scored 17 points in 41 minutes of play, shot 4-6 from beyond the arc
- Mario Chalmers also showed up, scoring 12 points in 35 minutes of action
- In 33 minutes, Chris Bosh shot 4-11 and scored 10 points



NBA Mini Movie: 2012 Eastern Conference Finals [Video]

The 2012 Eastern Conference Finals was one of the best series of the 2012 Playoffs. Take a look at the Mini Movie from this classic series. LeBron James leads the Heat over the Celtics and the Big 4.