Fans gathered in New York City on Tuesday night (December 16) to hear Nicki Minaj speak during the latest edition of Elliott Wilson’s CRWN interview.
This week, Future released his long-awaited sophomore LP, Honest. To build on that, the rapper sat down with veteran journalist Elliott Wilson in the latest installment of his CRWN interview series.
Veteran journalist Elliott Wilson made due of his time at SXSW by bringing his Myspace CRWN interview series with him. This time he invited Lil Wayne to sit on the hot seat to answer questions in front of a live crowd.
The day Mastermind released, Rick Ross parlayed with veteran journalist Elliott Wilson for his CRWN interview series. A longtime rapport with Ross allowed Wilson to ask questions that fans on the Internets have inquired about for some time.
Drake allowed fans to put him in the hot seat during a Q&A session in the third and final installment of Elliott Wilson‘s CRWN discussion. Questions ranged from who’s the OVO rapper’s dream collaboration to what the lyrics on “Hold On, We’re Going Home” mean.
Fans will get a better gauge of Drake, where he’s at musically, in life, and more in part two of his discussion with Elliott Wilson. The MC shares interesting anecdotes about asking keeping up with the Internets, Jay Z for “Pound Cake,” the reason he penned “Too Much,” and the subsequent conversation with his mother […]
Drake season is officially here, as his new album Nothing Was The Same is officially in stores. With that in mind, it was only right for veteran journalist Elliott Wilson to sit with the OVO rapper for the latest installment of his CRWN series.
Many accused Drake of trolling to the nth degree when he released “Wu-Tang Forever,” a song similar to his cannon of melodic tracks that features minimal signs of Wu-Tang Clan influence. However, the OVO founder revealed that he has a song featuring the legendary collective during a sit down with Rap Radar’s Elliott Wilson.
Few artists are as criticized and misunderstood as Wale. From attacks on social media to others questioning his motives in signing with Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group, the DMV native has endured despite it all. In a return to his hometown, Wale spoke on his creative process, the pressures of fame, and more ahead of […]
Last night, the first #CRWN interview was held in New York City’s Highline Ballroom. The interview was veteran Hip-Hop journalist and Rap Radar founder Elliott Wilson and the man answering the questions was Tyler, the Creator of Odd Future fame, or infamy depending on how you feel about the guy.
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