While there’s your run of the mill Q&A interviews, NBC’s Peter Bailey likes his subjects to reveal little known parts of their life. That’s what you’ll get from his discussion with TDE rapper ScHoolboy Q.
Stalley has an air about him that differs from that of his Maybach Music Group clique. He discussed this, why certain artists should acknowledge the power of their voice, embracing differences in Hip-Hop, and more on Nitecap with Peter Bailey.
We’re used to 2 Chainz being a fixture in news because of the hits he’s created, but such hasn’t been the case on the road to releasing B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time. Rather, the Def Jam rapper’s recent run-ins with the law have overshadowed his bevy of features and single.
One can be easily taken aback by Waka Flocka Flame’s interviews, because his actual personality differs from what his artist persona depicts. This can be seen yet again in the Atlanta by way of Queens native’s recent sit down with NiteCap host Peter Bailey.
Wale often embraces the role of the underdog, but in all actuality, he’s quite successful. With his third studio album, The Gifted, in stores today, the DMV native sat with Peter Bailey to discuss reviving Hip-Hop’s soul, why he still isn’t comfortable with his celebrity status, being emotional in his music, and more.
Rick Ross gave his first interview of 2013 as he was a guest on NBC’s Nightcap With Peter Bailey.
Waka Flocka Flame was a guest on the latest episode of Nitecap with Peter Bailey. Bailey visited Waka in Florida and talked about how he balances music and his message.
Big Sean On NBC Nitecap NBC Nitecap’s Peter Bailey got a chance to catch up with G.O.O.D. Music rapper Big Sean during Finally Famous tour stops in Greensboro, North Carolina and Richmond, Virginia. Peter Bailey got to see a day in the life of Big Sean and also got Sean to speak on his family, […]