For episode 10, Elliott Wilson walks us through the process of making Tidal’s Thoro Hip-Hop playlist, the state of music and music journalism, his career path from Ego Trip to Tidal, interviewing JAY-Z, and so much more.
Tee Grizzley's has a new lease on life. Less than a year ago, the Detroit upstart was serving hard time on robbery charges. These days, he's spreading the word about his excellent debut, My Moment. Earlier this year Grizzley signed to 300 Entertainment and is presently on 21 Savage's Issa Tour. Accompanied by mentor Kevin Liles, Grizzy talks about his new project, success, Detroit, prison, Tinashe, and more.
With over 30 years in the game, DJ Kid Capri is still one of the most sought after names in hip-hop. So much in fact, that Kendrick Lamar called on the turntable pioneer to appear on his chart topping album, DAMN. But performing has been Capri's livelihood and commits to 250 dates annually. Here, the Bronx native talks about working with Kendrick, legacy, production, and more. What happens on earth stays on earth!
Bink's got the hot hand. Recently, the Virginia producer supplied the heat ("Santorini Greece", "Game Ain't Based On Sympathy", "Scientology") to Rick Ross' new album, Rather You Than Me. But before reuniting with Rozay, Bink provided bangers for Roc-A-Fella all stars Jay Z, Kanye West, Beanie Sigel, and Freeway. Here, Bink speaks on his latest work, publishing, production, B.I.G., studio sessions, and more.