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Conversations With MD Uno [VIDEO]

November 27th, 2013 | By

Conversations With MD Uno

 

I Love Hip Hop Blog - Before MD Uno dropped his mixtape “I Want The Streets” he sat down with 11:01 Films for this up and close interview. Check it out below:

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Waka Flocka Flame Interview With The Breakfast Club

September 16th, 2013 | By

Waka Flocka Flame Interview With The Breakfast Club

 

I Love Hip Hop Blog - Waka Flocka sits down with power 105.1 and talks about his fiancee who will be appearing on Love and Hip Hop next season, touring in Europe and addresses Gucci Mane rant on twitter and their relationship.

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Future x TNGHT on Pitchfork Selector [Video]

January 9th, 2013 | By

Future x TNGHT on Pitchfork Selector [Video]

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I Love Hip-Hop Blog – Our friends at Pitchfork recently sat down with Future and producer/DJ duo TNGHT and asked them a few questions about their music, where they plan to take it, and where their unique sounds come from. The clip also features a segment of Future freestyling over a beat created by TNGHT. To view the clip, simply press play below. What did you think of the collaboration?

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Interview With Spenzo x Spenzo Go Crazy Video |Shot by @DGainzBeats @ELEVATOR_

August 30th, 2012 | By

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Question 1. So for all the people that don’t about you, let us know a little bit about what you’re doing& where you’re from.

My names Spenzo and I’m a 16 year old kid from the South side of Chicago.

Englewood to be exact. I lived in the projects on the low end in my early childhood. I’m an artist makin music about what goes on in my life and that relates to kids my age. I’m becomin the voice of the youth in my city.

 Question2. We saw that video for Go Crazy. Tell us more about other song’s and what you’re working on.

“Go Crazy” was a dope video overall for me due to how everything came together for the outcome and to be what it is now.  As far as other songs and videos I’m workin on, there’s one called “Star In the Makin” where it captures the idea of premeditated success for me. Another song called  “Powerful Nigga”, where it shows unity and a statement being made as far as who I am and what my team stands for.

 Question 3. What are some of the things that motivated you to start rapping? 

Well growin up with my father being a DJ, I was born into the music background. I was always being around music in someway. As the years flew by,  I started developin the confidence and recognizin the fact that I had the skill to paint pictures with words.  This led to me knowin at the end of last year I needed to and started to take music seriously.

Question 4: Has Chicago Rap Scene changed From Chief Keef Hype? 

No, its always been different because there’s so much talent from different people and various ways that the scene has always been different. It’s just that Keef’s type of music shot up like a rocket before everyone else’s due to him perfectin a catchier style of rap.

 Question 5: What are some artists you would like to work with in the future? 

I would like to Work with: Justin Beiber, Kendrick Lamar,Chris Brown, and Drake, due to them all havin something special about their music.

Question 6: Any Last Words?

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Bokeem Woodbine Talks ‘Total Recall’ And More

August 16th, 2012 | By

Bokeem Woodbine Talks ‘Total Recall’ And More

I Love Hip Hop Blog - Bokeem Woodbine stars in 2012 reboot of Total Recall - the remake of the classic 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger Mars Sci-Fi film. However, this version is on a whole new level, though many of the popular moments are still within the structure of the film.

 

No worries here, you can still see the big lady in the security check point and the three breasted woman. I mean what would Total Recall be without those moments.

 

Bokeem talks about how he enjoyed working with ‘Total Recall’ director Len Wiseman. Bokeem tells CNM247 an interesting story how Wiseman is so in tune to detail that he stopped filming to have a background player change a page with the newspaper he was reading to add another dimension to the films enviroment.

 

CelebNMusic247.com caught up with the actor/musician to chat about what makes ‘Total Recall’ a must see film (Hint: It’s all about the special effects and action sequences). Bokeem also talks about working with Collin Farrell and how he is such a great talent to work with.

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