Motown legend Smokey Robinson stopped by the Breakfast Club to discuss his new skincare line, the origins of Motown, what was it like to be an artist playing gigs in the south during the days of segregation, writing over 4,000 songs and much more. Read more
Last week, Mobb Deep’s Prodigy released a cookbook based on the meals he cooked up during his three-year incarceration called Commissary Kitchen. “In a world where prisoners are treated like animals, we made our experiences there feel more human by how we prepared our food,” he writes. After taking a look at it, Mass Appeal contacted P and asked him if he’d make one of the dishes. He agreed.
Prodigy met us at a bodega on the Lower East Side where he whipped up “Mom’s (and the Dread’s) Mac Salad,” a recipe he says was partly inspired by a “Rastafarian dude” he met in lockup. P also chopped it up with us about the recent prison strike, his sickle cell anemia, and the difficulty of eating right while incarcerated. “Another major reason why I did this book,” says Prodigy, “was to shed some light on how bad the food is in prison.” Read more
Kareem “Biggs” Burke dropped by Hot 97 and talks Reasonable Doubt, Hov and Dame Dash, the Fourth of November pop-up shop and much more. Read more
Tsu Surf comes through Flex from Jersey to drop bars!
Maryann DiMarco talks to Ebro In The Morning and reveals messages from fallen family members. Read more
Remy Ma announces her first album in a decade, Seven Winters & Six Summers, and talks about writing raps while in prison. Read more
Roc-A-Fella Co-Founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke dropepd by Power 105 and Talks Signing Kanye West, Jay-z’s Success, Lessons Learned in Prison and much more with Angie Martinez. Read more
Toya Wright stopped by The Breakfast Club to chat about her new book In “My Own Words…My Real Reality”, what happened between her and Tamar Braxton, wanting to have another baby and if she would consider having it with Lil’ Wayne and much more. Read more
The Boy Illinois speaks on his growth within the last few years and opening up for Lupe Fiasco.
Jeezy chats about his new album Trap or Die 3, patching things up with his team, how fatherhood as changed him, why Donald Trump is like Tupac and much more with The Breakfast Club. Read more
Tip drops by DJ Whoo Kid’s “The Whoolywood Shuffle” on Shade 45 to promote his new project “US or Else”. He speaks on the current race relations in America, Donald Trump looking like Jabba The Hutt from “Star Wars”, holding back on remixing the “it” records to do, Anderson .Paak being his favorite artist of 2016, when we can expect his new album and shares his condolences for Shawty Lo. Read more
Noisey catches up with New Orleans’ rap hope, Young Greatness in the latest edition of Noisey Raps. Read more