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Q stopped by Conan last night with BJ The Chicago Kid and did “Studio” for the audience. Oxymoron is out now.
Previously: ScHoolBoy Q ft. A$ AP Rocky – Californication
Joe and Storch hit the studio in Miami to work on something for Joe’s next album.
Previously: The Top 5 Rap Duets of 2014 (So Far)
Before last night’s Beats Music launch party, the original Bad Boys opened up Revolt TV’s Hollywood studios yesterday which also included special guests Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Travi$ Scott, Meek Mill, and more.
Shouts to Mikey Fresh (of MissInfo.tv) for the footage.
Pusha and Scott Storch hit the studio to work on King Push. They both speak briefly on their history working together and what they’re shooting for with this new collaboration.
Previously: Pusha T ft. Ab Liva – Suicide (Video)
Don’t bother Pusha, P or Chad for 20 days.
During a sit-down with Miss Info at the Apple Store last night, Pusha revealed that he has Pharrell and Chad booked for 20 days in January to work on his sophomore album, King Push.
Previously: Pusha T Interview with Zane Lowe
TDE’s very own ScHoolboy Q checked into Power 98.3′s Studio Sessions for an intimate private performance of his latest leak, “Man of the Year” including performances of his singles “Collard Greens” and “Yay Yay.” Q also sat down with Power 98.3′s Dee to talk about Kendrick’s controversial GQ cover story, the release date to his upcoming album, oxymoron, and lots more.
His album My Name Is My Name in stores now.
This is a great video. J-Zone shows us around his technologically impaired home studio setup with his broken MPC and his copy of Pro Tools 6.2.2 and explains how a more primitive recording process has actually enhanced his music in different ways. Which goes back to what DJ Eclipse was saying in the last 2 minutes or so of this video, about how technological advancements have so lowered the bar of entry into music that everybody just kinda puts out anything whether its good or not. No dues are being paid and there’s little struggle to speak of, and so the music reflects that. J-Zone’s janky setup is what this culture is all about, making the best of what you have and turning shit into sugar.
Previously: J-Zone – Gadget Ho