Pharrell Williams interviews internationally renowned artists David Salle, known best for helping define postmodern sensibility, and street artist-turned-sculptor and limited edition toy & clothing designer, KAWS.
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When Noisey legends Danny Brown and Mike Skinner (The Streets/The D.O.T) first met, Danny was puking into a pint glass. One collaboration later and they’re still mutual fans of each other. We got them together for a drink and a catch up about gay rappers and dildos.
Judd Apatow, the man behind such hits as “Anchorman,” “Knocked Up,” and “Bridesmaids,” and more joins Conan for an in-depth discussion about comedy writing.
Flatbush Zombies are coming up quick in the hip hop game. We stopped by their headquarters and interviewed the hell out of them. They talk about pretty much everything you didn’t know about them.
The Breakfast Club crew catches up with the Infamous 40oz Van to talk about everything from his popular tumblr page to his highly sought after line of Snapbacks. I remember going to the “40 oz Bounce” Block Parties back in 08/09 , Van is definitely a legend and a true hustler.
Tune in as Frank talks to Joe LaPuma and Ronnie Fieg about how the Internet played a role in their respective success and how the sneaker game has changed for the new generation of faithful collectors. GET YOUR DIGITAL GAME UP!
Jody HighRoller hits the stage in Seattle to perform Washingtons Official state anthem ‘ Sleepless in Seattle’. This is a very legendary rap performance , RiFF opted out of holding a microphone and went with the microphone headset instead. Rap Game Janet Jackson Super Bowl Scandal!
The Moroccan American emcee briefly mentions Mase, saying he’s about to make a big comeback. The conversation then shifts to DMX. French has a lot of respect for the Yonkers rapper, saying, “He came out in an era when there was real fans…he got his lane.” He finishes the interview by explaining how he maintains a strong fan base. “I came from mixtapes…I built a body of work.”
The homie Grande has linked up with AUF Philly for a video series called “The World According to Grande Marshall”. If you know Grande or follow his twitter feed , you know that he’s quite the outspoken young man . This should be sick.
Sacramento is relatively unknown to most hip-hop fans. Chuuwee is trying to change that sentiment. I first heard Chuuwee spit when I downloaded his tape with Lee Bannon, Hot N Ready. Been a huge fan ever since. I say this in all sincerity: he’s one of the most talented MC’s out right now. He’s been putting out above average material for a minute now and still seems to be flying under the radar. He signed to Amalgam last year and has been churning out music at a record pace ever since. I met up with him down at SXSW in March and was pleased to find out that he is one of the most level headed, down to earth artists I’ve ever come across. His head is in the right place and his attitude is right where it needs to be in order to get to the next level. I was always a fan of Chuuwee’s music but now I am, and always will be, a fan of Chuuwee as a person.
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