Thursday, February 7, 2013

Meek Mill x Q Deezy Hot 107.9 Interview [Video]

Had the pleasure of hearing this live yesterday. MMG's Meek Mill was in the city and decided to clear a few things up on Hot 107.9 Philly's Q Deezy Show. They discussed the beef with Cassidy, giving back to the community, Rick Ross, and Dream Chasers 3 and grooming other artists. Go for what you know...


The Truth With Elliott Wilson: 2013 Hottest Tracks So Far [Video]

Hmmmmm... this is a good episode. Definitely worth debate. I really like that "Bad" joint featuring Wale and Tiara Thomas. Word to JaZZo Whaley of iSocialite aka Philly's Karen Civil, who put me on to Tiara's talent.

Of course, earlier I told you all that I like Drake's "Started From The Bottom." "R.I.P." featuring Young Jeezy and 2 Chainz is another worthy candidate.


Going to have to add Fabolous and Chris Brown in with their joint off of Fab's upcoming Loso's Way 2, "Ready"

Enough about my picks, let's hear what YN has to say...

Hot 97 In Studio Series With Joe Budden. Hosted by Angie Martinez [Audio]

Rapper and reality star Joe Budden sat down with Angie Martinez courtesy of Hot 97 and Vevo, in Hot 97's In Studio Series. The two discuss new music on No Love Lost, an explicit addiction to drugs and threesomes in his relationship. Whoa. That went LEFT fast, right? The streams are below, press play and let us know what you think.

Also, be sure to purchase Joe Budden's new album, No Love Lost, below via iTunes or Amazon.

New Album: @RickyHil “SYLDD”

The homie @_CDiddy hit me on the jack and asked me to plug this... and to be completely honest, I'm a little late, but I took a listen and thought, "why wouldn't I?" Check out the debut project SYDD, from recording artist, Ricky Hil.

Wake Up With The Breakfast Club: Ryan Leslie [Video]

Ryan Leslie. He's still around. And for some reason or another, Charlamagne thinks he's a struggling starving artist. You all go figure that one out. But with Dj Envy and Angela Yee, the group discussed The New York Post, The Black Mozart, graduating from Harvard, and career plans. Press play, hit the c-section.

Just in case you didn't know what they were referencing... #ThisHappened


Wake Up With The Breakfast Club: Rev. Run + Tyrese [Video]

Tyrese and Rev. Run are on their press run...Manology is the topic of discussion. The duo stopped by The Breakfast Club and discussed the new book - which you can purchase via links below, family values, the state of the entertainment industry, and maintaining integrity. Good conversation. Press play.

Amazon | iTunes


Music Video: Illachini - "Let The Beat Talk" [Trailer]

Hello Brooklyn...

East New York's own, Illachini is working. I can guarantee, you will be seeing more of dude on Check him out. Leave your thoughts in the C-Section. Silver Lining, coming soon.

Directed by FClefCoop Of CCProductions


Wake Up With The Breakfast Club: Eve [Video]

Eve still has it. Forget everything you heard. The former blonde bombshell stopped by The Breakfast Club and talked about making music in today's digital era, being in a relationship with a member of the Billionaire Boys Club, and cleaning up vagina. Thanks Charlamagne. SmH.

You have to watch to understand that last part.


Wake Up With The Breakfast Club: Maejor Ali [Video]

Maejor Ali, formerly Bei Maejor, came through Power 105.1's most dangerous morning show...The Breakfast Club. With Dj Envy, Charlamagne The God and Angela Yee, he discussed the name change, his new single "Lolly" featuring Juicy J and Justin Bieber, and future career moves.

Don't mind the two girls standing behind him like security. 0_o

Check out "Lolly" below...


"Started From The Bottom" Remixes [Audio]

Wiz Khalifa, Machine Gun Kelly and Soulja Boy couldn't wait to add their verses to the Drake single, "Started From The Bottom." Produced by Mike Zombie. Check them out, let us know what you think in the C-Section...

Wiz Khalifa - "Started From The Bottom"

Machine Gun Kelly - "Started From The Bottom"

Soulja Boy - "Started From the Bottom"


The Truth With Elliott Wilson: Drake's "Started From the Bottom" [Video]

So after listening to this shit a few times, I love it. Can't stop playing it actually. It's catchy as hell, and is different for our favorite Canadian emcee. I really like it and I think it will be a hit in no time. I've said this before, I'll say it again, for the record...Drake never disappoints.