HipHopDX recently spoke with Gudda Gudda about working with his Young Money label-mates Flow and Jae Millz, shooting the “Stupid” music video in New Orleans, his Redrum mixtape, why he called the tape “Redrum“, getting his work ethic from Lil Wayne, and going on a tour this year.
Double G also mentioned that he has already shot a music video for “New Orleans” featuring Flow, Thugga and Mystikal off his Guddaville 3 mixtape in the N.O., announces he will be releasing a Guddaville 4 mixtape before he will release his album later this year, which will be called Guddaville: The Album, and starting up a new production company business venture titled Gudda Music.
You can read the full interview after the jump below.
While on the red carpet at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Drake speaks to E!‘s Ryan Seacrest about his GRAMMY award-winning album, Take Care, and if he takes credit for inventing the term “YOLO”. He also announced the title of his forthcoming third studio album, Nothing Was The Same, due to be released later this year.
Hit the jump to watch another interview that took place on the red carpet between Fuse and Drizzy. During this interview, Drake talks about winning his first ever GRAMMY award, how he reacted to it, and introduces his Uncle Steve that he talks about on his “Started From The Bottom” single: “And my uncle calling me like ‘Where ya at?’; I gave you the keys, told ya bring it right back”.
Above, you can watch Karen Civil‘s interview with Tyga that took place in his studio last weekend.
T-Raww talks about his forthcoming Hotel California album, why he named the album what he did, a new single called “For The Road” featuring Chris Brown that will be similar to “Deuces“, how his song “Molly” came together, if we can be expecting a “Rack City” type of track on the album, his Reebok deal, the Last Kings clothing line, going on a world tour in April, and more.
The release date for Tygaman‘s official second single is on Valentines Day (February 14th) and he also shared that he might be pushing his album release date up to March 19th instead of March 26th!
Above, Flow and Christian Radke take a break from recording their Brothers From Another Kolor mixtape in the studio to speak on a few things.
They talk about their “Remember You” remix video over Wiz Khalfia and The Weeknd’s record, making “Ordinary Shit” the Esho Hero‘s new radio single, why they called their collaboration project “Brothers From Another Kolor“, announce they have finished 16 to 17 songs for the tape so far, and more.
You can also hear previews of Flow and Christian‘s collabos in the clip!
We’ve already watched twovideos from Tyga‘s interview with Big Boy’s Neighborhood radio show on Power 106 that took place at the end of last year, now here is an audio excerpt from the interview.
T-Raww speaks on being a father, how him and Blac Chynca became a couple, the status of the Fan Of A Fan 2 project with Chris Brown, the growing up in Valley/Compton controversy, why he decided to call his single and mixtape “187“, confirms he will be featured on an upcoming Rick Ross track, and more.
Hit the jump to listen to the audio excerpt from Tygaman‘s interview with Big Boy.
Here are some photos of Drake partying and performing at Club Compound in Atlanta, Georgia on October 20th. Drizzy attended the nightclub to celebrate his 26th birthday and to commemorate earning a high school Diploma. A few other people who also attended the party with him were: Drake‘s father Dennis Graham, Wale, Kenny Burns, Future The Prince, and DeRay Davis.
While at Club Compound, Drizzy Drake could be seen rocking a “No New Friends” custom OVO t-shirt. A few sources have confirmed that this will be the name of Drake‘s upcoming single that will include production from Noah “40” Shebib. There is no exact release date for this single, but let’s hope it drops sooner than later!
Click here to watch some footage of Drizzy performing “Pop That“, “No Lie” and “HYFR (Hell Ya Fuckin’ Right)” at the nightclub.