Minus Joe Budden, Slaughterhouse recent made their way out to Australia for a few shows. Here is a recap of their time there, which features Royce Da 59, Joell Ortiz and Crooked I talking about their experience, performing and interacting with fans.
Looking back on his incredible year, ASAP Rocky talks with Miss Info about his accomplishments and setbacks in 2012. They discuss everything from the growth of the ASAP Mobb, beef with former friends, his past romances, his legal troubles, and his fashion trendsetting…Rocky and ASAP Ferg also sound off about the early leak of Rocky’s debut album, Long Live ASAP. (shot at Black Star Music, in Harlem)
Preemo guest hosts with Sway and Heather B and him, Buck and 9th speak on their experiences touring around the world.
After the jump, Buck performs “The Change Up” and speaks on the concept behind The Solution and return of the Boot Camp Clik.
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Mega goes through the standard Montreality Q&A rundown and then remembers Chris Lighty and the last time they spoke.
Keef drops in on the Rap Genius offices to verify some of his lyrics but smokes too much weed to understand the process.
El-P and Big K.R.I.T. interview each other on Noisey’s latest Back and Forth segment. They talk about uninformed interviewers, the best bunk on the tour bus, and the production process.
Previously : Video : El-P – The Full Retard
Fuse catch up with ASAP Rocky at Catalpa 2012 to talk about what to expect from his “LongLiveASAP”, the upcoming ASAP Mob album, the A$VP C4 documentary, his new tour with Danny Brown and Schoolboy Q and more. He also reveals that the ASAP Mob album is dropping next week so it should be interesting if that actually gets released.
Previously : Video: A$AP Rocky & A$AP Ant – Bath Salt (Live)
After months of denying it, Havoc finally admits what we all knew all along. In this interview with AHH, he says he did in fact send out those tweets dissing Prodigy. He also reveals that Mobb Deep are on hiatus indefinitely until things get sorted out.
In this interview with Fuse, Slaughterhouse show support of Frank Ocean’s decision to be open about his bisexuality and praise his new album “Channel Orange”.