Just Blaze calls in from the road to talk about “Higher,” his smash collabo with Baauer.
Freddie Gibbs fills in for Dallas Penn as a guest host on The Combat Jack Show!
In part three of the Rap Genius episode Dallas gets to the bottom of why he thinks people have a problem with Rap Genius, and them getting funding to grow. Classic material. #Newmanati!!!
A week before the release of his highly anticipated album Mic Tyson, Sean Price and his Duck Down label’s president and co-founder Dru Ha stopped by the Combat Jack Show. Sean had an emergency and had to bounce as Dru walked us through close to 20 years of Boot Camp history, their alliance with Tupac, beef with The Notorious B.I.G., the definition of a truly independent record company, how Eminem got away and more. As he ran a real life one last year, Dru breaks down how his music run isn’t a race but a marathon.
Sean Price’s ‘Mic Tyson’ is available now.
Hate Elliot Wilson, aka YN because of his self-branding? Looked up Rapradar.com on Alexa and found that it’s not getting as much as the next site documenting the culture? Guess what fuckybergs? Yellow Nigga could care less, and knows that his “old ass” is making new shit around the clock while you’re still wiping the cold out of your eye. Watch and learn, young folk. Watch and learn … (Part 2 of 3)
If you’ve ever read The Source (back in the day) or XXL Magazine (also, back in the day) you’re familiar with Elliott Wilson‘s work. But today, you’re probably more familiar with him as the doyen of Rapradar.com and more recently as the guy who brings you “The Truth” each week via Jay Z’s Life + Times. In part 1 of this 3 part interview find out how Elliott got his own show on Jay Z’s channel, and what some of the rapper’s he’s spoken about in the The Truth videos have had to say in response.
In which the undisputed GOAT of rap journalism YN talks about the Internets game changers and who he feels are some of today’s blog top dogs. Full interview drops next week.
The visual part one of our fabulous interview with Fab.
The season opener between the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Knicks may be delayed, but it’s always game time for The Combat Jack Show. In this sneak peek at next week’s Fabolous episode hear how Loso gave an official BK welcome to The Nets’ Joe Johnson.
Part 2 of this ground breaking episode, in which we share with you fuckybergs, how messed up in the head we are. Nuts on the brain b.
Part one of the groundbreaking episode in which the team gets outside help to work through our differences. Group hugs bitches!
Heems (@Himanshu) from Das Racist stopped by The Combat Jack Show, then dropped some bars. Who said Das Racist can’t rap?
Meanwhile, peep Dallas Penn’s fanboy Das Racist videos and tell me the “Fake Patois” one is nothing less than genius.
Artie Lange of Howard Stern Show fame stopped by the Combat Jack Show. While there, he did his best Notorious B.I.G. impression and squeezed out a few bars from “Warning”. He did ask us for a pass in using the dreaded “N” word, with which we gladly obliged.
Props to Al Lindstrom for making this my first 2 Chainz post ever. In which the rapper talks about his rise to the top. I dig what he says about what he learned from Lil Wayne.
via Al Lindstrom
Last week on The Combat Jack Show, A-Trak discussed a lot. In this clip, he talks about his label Fool’s Gold, it’s and his relationship with Just Blaze and the Fool’s Gold shop in Brooklyn.
1. We don’t believe you, you need more people. 2. That rong rocks.
QB’s finest lays it all out. Especially the “Ether” part.
Previously: NaS – “The Don” (Trailer)
Looks good. The lead single from his upcoming Life Is Good album. And check out the debut of his VH1 Behind The Music: NaS episode airing tonight.
You can cop their music here.
A debate I can relate to. Decisions, decisions. Good to see these guys having fun. #Teamhaze
While Hologram Pac continues to make headlines, a video has recently surfaced of the G.O.A.T. building with Video Source. I’ve been around and have never heard of them too. In which, during a break from shooting the “Warning” video, the late, great Mr. Wallace covers a wide range of topics.
via Rap Radar