Snoop Dogg Vs. Nardwuar interviews have been entertaining us for a whopping fifteen years but their latest interaction could easily rank as the best one yet.
Ab-Soul’s gift for being a cerebral wordsmith will likely never be questioned again, even after his underappreciated last effort, These Days...
Yesterday, it was Problem in the spotlight. Twenty-four hours later, the rapper returns on a new track by fellow West Coast spitter Bad Lucc called “Top of the Diamond.”
Moving along, Hip-Hop Wired gifts readers with some Christmas Day joy via Wired 25: The 25 Best Albums Of 2014.
No matter what holiday you celebrate in December, if you’re a fan of Hip-Hop, Wale and A-Trak have brought together the gift that keeps on giving with free music on the Festivus mixtape.
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The Human Serviette, better known as Nardwuar, spoke with Ab-Soul while he was in Vancouver, British Columbia for his These Days… tour.
The good folks from Montreality caught up with Ab-Soul, who touched Canadian soil twice on his current These Days… tour. During the interview, the Black Lipped Pastor discussed his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s “i” single, the last time he cut his hair, who won the Jay Z/Nas beef, and more.
Ab-Soul is moving and shaking on all fronts. In recent weeks, TDE’s resident Black Lipped Pastor embarked on his These Days… tour and appeared on Elliott Wilson’s CRWN interview series, before releasing a track titled “W.W.S.D.” last night (September 26).