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DZA sits down with Billboard’s Erika Ramirez to talk about the inspiration behind his new album Dream.ZONE.Achieve and why he felt the need to drop it independently.
Continue below for footage of him performing a couple of tracks from the album: “City of Dreams” and “Zone”.
Previously: Smoke DZA – City of Dreams (Video)
The Dips join vocalist Avian on her new single “Billboard Bitch”.
Previously: Cam’ron x A-Trak Cooking Up
K.Dot and Q share the cover of the new issue of Billboard. The cover story will look at TDE, the “Hip-Hop hit factory that has Kendrick Lamar, a soon to be No. 1 album from ScHoolBoy Q and the attention of Jimmy Iovine”.
Previously: Is ScHoolBoy Q Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
During his interview with Billboard Drizzy spoke on the Hov assited track “Pound Cake” & 90′s inspired outro “Wu-tang Forever”. Nothing Was The Same is in stores September 24th. Check out the details below..
In the Nothing Was The Same music preview we find out a little more on a previously confirmed track called “Wu-Tang Forever” and a now confirmed track called “Pound Cake” featuring Jay-Z. “Wu-Tang Forever” is described as a “90′s rap inspired song” with “plinking piano and rapid-fire drums”. On the track “Pound Cake” it was revealed that we will be getting 2 verses from Jay-Z, and that one of Drake’s lines in the song is “Studied the game to the letter and I did it better, like I’m supposed to feel guilty?”
On the ’90s-rap-inspired song “Wu Tang Forever,” he weaves boasts of sexual virility around a plinking piano and rapid-fire drums. The outro to the album, tentatively titled “Pound Cake,” features two incisive verses from Jay Z, even as Drake asserts himself above any and all competition by the song’s climactic ending
Along with in-studio performances of “Uptown” and “Upper Echelon,” Travi$ Scott sits down with Billboard’s “The Juice” to discuss working with Knaye West, Jay-Z, and how he got his career start.
Mike WiLL Made It covers the new issue of Billboard. Read an excerpt of the cover story here.
Previously: Mike Will Talks “23″ and “Stand By Me”
After all the “milli first week’ hoopla, Billboard has announced that Jay’s latest LP landed at #1 with 527,000 copies sold. Congrats.