New Orleans, Louisiana
Rapper Crix Green is what the game’s been missing. The New Orleans based Rapper is the latest and greatest export from that region. He is equipped with sharp lyrics, banging beats and exceptional story telling skills. Many are describing him as Hip Hop’s emerging artist to watch. His current Mixtape is called “Keepin it Ben Franklin” and it was hosted by DJ Scream. The infectious lead single “Feel Good” is garnering accolades and airplay on college radio stations and commercial mixshows from around the country. For Booking or collaborations visit CrixGreen.com.
50 Cent is planning to release his 5th album, Steet King Immortal, on February, the 10-year anniversary of his explosive debut, Get Rich Or Die Tryin’. A bold move for someone who’s been off the music map for a while. He’s forcing everyone to remember the old 50 and this time, he thinks he can top himself. The businessman is back in the music game– hear what he has to say about rap life today.
How did you get all these people? You seem to be able to secure a lot of relationships.
I’m the underdog and everybody wants the underdog to win. I feel like people have seen where I come from. When you come around me, it’s not fake, it’s the real. I guess a lot of people you be around, it’s not really them. It’s their man that’s sitting next to them, whispering in his ear every two minutes, telling him what to do.
Rolling Stone Magazine caught up with the GZA and they discussed his new project and the status of the Wu-Tang Clan.
Peep what he had to say below
The conversation shifts from Muammar Gaddafi’s death -which occurred five days prior – to Osama Bin Laden’s assassination to both Eastern giant’s once empowered relationship with the U.S. government. “It’s like everybody that the U.S. was besties with, years later they’re the worst person in the world,” says Tip. “My question is what character traits do they possess now that they didn’t possess when y’all were besties? What made it go astray, and who’s to say they were on the dishonest end of that?”
In a new interview with GQ Magazine, Drake was asked to rank his “So Far Gone,” “Thank Me Later” and new “Take Care” album from best to worst.
Interview Conducted & Written By Essohana Glinski
Have you recently taken note that more and more people are without jobs? Many of them are not job-less. They are entrepreneurs by choice, by alternative or by necessity. The younger generation view such entrepreneurs as Apple Inc.’s co-founder Steve Jobs, Facebook’s creator, Mark Zuckerberg, and Warner Music Group’s Vice President, Kevin Liles, as the faces of what’s possible – the new bridge to self-sustenance. So, is entrepreneurship the new “job?”
Kevin Liles’s rise to presidency at Def Jam Records [at the ripe age of 30 in 1998] has laid the foundation for countless other ventures to take shape, which has created jobs, inspired lives and changed the world.
Liles’s flatiron-district powerhouse is the place where his “Make It Happen” doctrine infuses our culture, daily. He shared his perspective about our evolving culture and our place within it.