Monthly Archives: November 2012

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Swizz Beatz on the Making of ‘Everyday Birthday’: “I could always tell when either Luda or Chris was leaving the hotel,” he says with a laugh. “‘Cause I could just hear the people [imitates a roar]. They’d start making all this noise and I’d be like, ‘Oh, somebody must’ve just went out.'” Then I look out and you’d see Luda or Breezy trying to be regular but they can’t be regular over there ’cause the fans are too crazy.”

Swizz Beatz on the Making of ‘Everyday Birthday’: “I could always tell when either Luda or Chris was leaving the hotel,” he says with a laugh. “‘Cause I could just hear the people [imitates a roar]. They’d start making all this noise and I’d be like, ‘Oh, somebody must’ve just went out.'” Then I look out and you’d see Luda or Breezy trying to be regular but they can’t be regular over there ’cause the fans are too crazy.”

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Sooooo interested in seeing this though. I love seeing hip-hop in everything. 🙂

pitchfork:

Read Ian Cohen’s review of the soundtrack to RZA’s The Man With the Iron Fists, featuring members of the Wu-Tang Clan along with Kanye West, Pusha T, the Black Keys, Danny Brown, and more.

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Premo! Childhood legend. Legend of my childhood. Salute.

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Nicki Minaj: “I curse a lot,” Minaj tells The BoomBox after watching “My Truth.” “That’s the thing, when people edit your life down into 21 minutes, every little thing can seem like a bit much, you know. After I watched it, I definitely was like, ‘I have to take that four-letter word out of my dictionary from now on. That one that begins with an ‘f’? Yeah, I really shouldn’t say it that much.'”

Nicki Minaj: “I curse a lot,” Minaj tells The BoomBox after watching “My Truth.” “That’s the thing, when people edit your life down into 21 minutes, every little thing can seem like a bit much, you know. After I watched it, I definitely was like, ‘I have to take that four-letter word out of my dictionary from now on. That one that begins with an ‘f’? Yeah, I really shouldn’t say it that much.'”