FELIPE’S GARAGE keeps risin’ to the top! This weeks episode the guys set off Dilla Month & Black History Month in true Mechanic fashion. Lots of stories to tell, and Cook finally tells the tale of the older woman…
HOME GROWN RADIO sits down with Empire Distribution’s VP of Operations Nima Etminan sat with us and speaks on how his passion for West Coast hip hop was his ticket into the music industry, the inception and evolution of Empire plus working with TDE, Tyga and the late XXXTentacion.
We are proud to announce that our film Coming Home: Colombia is an official selection at this years Miami Film Festival!
Once enemies, Meek Mill and Drake squashed their beef a few months back with Meek making a surprise performance during Drakes “Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour”, as both of them performed some of their classic collaborations.
Our first installment to the #MusicDayReleases by Local Astronauts is the Inglewood-born and bred MC, Inglewood Pizzle. This record is an ode to the city that raised him, along with being as cocky as he want to be. And oh yeah, look out for the L.A. Rams!!!!
Whether you’re barely starting your day or finishing it up, your Wednesday is not complete without a #WrekWednesdays Freestyle. In today’s freestyle, Everything Remains Raw.
2 Chainz has been checking things off from his bucket list as of late. A few days ago, photos surfaced of 2 Chainz working with the legendary Dr. Dre, at Dre’s home studio. 2 Chainz has been working on his RAP OR GO TO THE LEAGUE album as of late. So we can only hope that some of the music they recently recorded ends up on the new project.
EMPIRE recently released their new show via their YouTube channel titled BETWEEN US. The show features two artists who shed light on the private truths of public lives in the new original series. In the premier episode Jonn Hart and Hi-Tone form a California Connection as they reveal their deepest secrets.
Ghostface drops his latest “YOU” (CREAM Edit). The song features vocals from singer Nicole Buss as she reworks The Charmels sample of “As Long As I Got You”. The familiar sample was originally used in the Wu-Tang Clan classic “CREAM”.