While out at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival press event, VladTV caught up with performer Freeway to discuss the show, State Property and the Roc, plus his upcoming project "Free Will." And according to the Philly emcee, it's his "best album to date."
Though there is no projected release date for "Free Will," Freeway says it's currently in the mixing stage and should drop no later than September. When asked is there a chance him, Beanie Sigel, Young Chris and others will come together again for another project, the former Roc spitter claims "it's definitely possible." He then went on to discuss his time on the Roc-A-Fella label and their impact on hip-hop.
Press play to find out who Freeway was excited to see and hear at the festival, as well what the fans could expect from his performance above.
Don't Flop battle league presents the Philly cypher featuring Rone, Slaughter Rico, Dose, Tech 9, and Voss.
Asia Sparks puts her spin on Fetty Wap's hit single "Trap Queen" in her own way. The video is shot & directed by LB Smooth. The video was shot in Coney Island, NY.
Meek Mill talks about Nicki Minaj, R.I.C.O, Battle Rap, his Summer Jam set, Bobby Shmurda & more!
VladTV correspondent Leyla Stacked recently spoke to legendary emcee Redman about his upcoming projects in both music and film. While "Muddy Waters 2" is currently "in the brew," the Newark native also alluded to releasing a new album entitled "The Preload" in just two months.
Having recently released the video for his single "Somebody Got Robbed" featuring Mr. Yellow, Redman spoke on bringing back the needed "90's essence" to hip-hop with his latest visual. "It ain't got a gang of chicks in it, showing a** and titties" and "money flowing everywhere," he proclaims. "It's really telling a story about how people get robbed, and you should be careful out there."
Redman also talked about him and Method Man's tiff with the FOX network over their short-lived series "Method & Red." "They didn't let us have more creativity," he recalls. "I didn't wanna be in no coonery kind of s***, I ain't with that...They wanted to taint us." He then went on to talk about his upcoming acting gig, a sequel to the hilarious "How High." "'How High 2' is being written right now," Redman claims, adding that the script should be finished in about two weeks.
Find out when we can expect all of his projects - including "Blackout 3" with Method Man - in this exclusive clip.
Meek Mill Breaks Down Lyrics and Opens Up About Relationship with Nicki Minaj + 5 Fingers of Death on Sway in the Morning (Video)
Meek Mill is a clear example of making his dreams come true -- so it was only right that he title his album, Dreams Worth More Than Money -- and talk about it on Sway in the Morning.
With his project officially in-stores, Meek breaks down his lyrics on some of Sway's favorite tracks off the project, and confirms that one day he'll be bigger and better than Jay Z.
"I want people to get my lyrics tatted" he tells Sway.
There's no doubt that Mill is focused. Even telling us about his studio habits.
"We just record. We don't write nothing down on paper. It just be me and the producer [who made the beat], and we just record."
During the period of time that he was locked up, he stayed hungry and battled fellow inmates, kept in touch with the bawse, Ricky Ross, and of course his lady, Nicki Minaj. While in-studio with us, he opened up about his jail-time rap stories and how hundreds of men would watch Nicki's Anaconda video back-to-back-to-back.
On the subject of his woman, he admits that Nicki is guiding him to bigger success. It was even her idea to record Meek's current single, "All Eyes on Me" featuring Chris Brown!
What about the regular relationship things? Like a true gentleman, Meek likes to pay on their dates. But when the bill comes out to $50k-$60k, he'll let Nicki go half. Plus, while she was going through her public breakup with Safaree, he gave her solid advice as her friend.
From selling drugs to his school principal, to his international success, Meek Mill is only going up from here.
20 weeks! Joe, Marisa, and Rory discuss the BET awards performances, Meek Mill's new album, a short therapy session, and the two segments "I'll Respond To These Emails Later" & "It Might Be Over For.."
Here is the 4th Single off of Chelsea Rivers self-title album “Come Back To Me” was shot in Paris & Philadelphia. Visual Shot by Artiphacts (P3 Entertainment) and Chop Mosley (Film Mob) and Cameo by Haze (MoneyAndInk).
It is no coincidence that Goldsmith, an artist living in Philadelphia and a small group of supporters created this record due to the historical events of June 26, 2015.
The song samples Obama’s performance of Saving Grace at Reverend Pinckney’s memorial service.
The entire song was built within 24 hours following Reverend Pinckney’s funeral. Found That Grace is produced by a seventeen year-old Nico Fazio and assisted by Grammy award winning producer Don Cheegro, on the keys and bass.
Suzanne Sheer (hook) is a singer/song-writer from Pittsburgh who went to high school with Goldsmith and lives in the same neighborhood as him in Philadelphia.
Fun fact: Goldsmith and Suzanne competed against one another in Pittsburgh’s battle of the bands in 2008.
Engineered by Seth Goldsmith