K. Roosevelt decides to give the green light and release his brand new track called Freak (She Told Me) produced by K. Roosevelt. This track is featured on K. Roosevelt recent EP titled Journey, is out now.
Once again its Monday and that means its that its time for Silent Dj Sleeper Of The Week. This week pick is The Defecation by Meanz of Operation. Don’t forget hit up Silent Dj on Global14 for more $ilent Dj sleepers.
Juicy J (@therealjuicyj),Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) & Ty Dolla $ign (@tydollasign) Feat Kill The Noise (@killthenoise) & Madsonik – Shell Shocked
Taylor Gang’s own Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign link up together for their new single called ‘Shell Shocked featuring Kill The Noise & Madsonik and produced by Kill The Noise and Madsonik. This track is featured off the soundtrack to the movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
JJ RIB SHACK BEST RIBS IN ATL !! I WAITED HOUR AND HALF, AND IT’S WORTH IT
Jeezy gives us a behind the scenes look at his new video called Me Ok. Jeezy upcoming album titled Seen It All, drops on September 2.
Download: K. Roosevelt – Journey
R&B singer/songwriter K. Roosevelt who is from Hit Boy‘s HS87 camp is back with the release of his brand new EP called Journey.
1. The One
4. The Ride
5. Let It Go
6. Freak (She Told Me)
GQ: Why’d you decide to get married?
Kanye West: Saying “Hey, I like Kim” isn’t as inspiring to people as us getting married. And anyone that’s in a relationship knows that in order to get to the point to get married and then to be married and to then carry on, it needs that work put into it. Right now, people look at it and it’s like, “Wow, that’s inspiring.” Meaning that love is infectious. You know, God is infectious—God flowing through us and us being little-baby creators and s***. But His energy and His love and what He wants us to have as people and the way He wants us to love each other, that is infectious. Like they said in Step Brothers: Never lose your dinosaur. This is the ultimate example of a person never losing his dinosaur. Meaning that even as I grew in cultural awareness and respect and was put higher in the class system in some way for being this musician, I never lost my dinosaur.
Kim is this girl who f***ing turns me on. I love her. This is who I want to be next to and be around. And then people would try to say, “Well, you know, if you’re a musician, you should be with a musician, and if you want to design, you need to be with a girl from the design world.” I don’t give a f*** about people’s opinions. Because when a kid falls in love with an airplane or a bike or a dinosaur—especially if you’re an only child and it’s not because of the book that the sibling was reading—it’s like, fuck, you mean to tell me that the dinosaurs walked the earth and stuff like that?! That’s amazing! You mean to tell me that these giant multi-ton crafts can fly that fast and that loud, and they can flip, and there’s danger, the possibility of them exploding? That’s f***ing cool! You mean to tell me that this girl with this f***ing body and this face is also into style, and she’s a nice person, and she has her own money and is family-oriented? That’s just as cool as a f***ing fighter jet or dinosaur! And just as rarely seen.
GQ: How do you feel about Yeezus now, a year later?
Kanye West: I think Yeezus is the beginning of a completely new era of music. It was all new rules. It just broke every rule possible. None of the ideas were popular ideas. Even “Bound 2,” when the video came out, I think people’s apprehension—I mean, it’s the same as any other Kanye West video. You just have colorful bears running around. It was completely morphed and weird and psychedelic and really druggy. I would have just liked to have had more nudity in it. That’s the only thing. I just want to do crazy, colorful shit like that that has more nudity.