junclassic, an underground vet known for his raw, insightful rhymes and tireless work ethic stops by HipHopGame to let us know his latest projects, being a true artist, and much more in this dope interview. (more…)
- 730's Columnposted March 16, 2013 / No Comments
We had the right idea in the beginning. And, and we just need to maintain our focus, and elevate. We what we do we update our formulas. We have certain formulas but we update ‘em with the times, and everything y’know. -Guru
I also thought about leading off with Rakim, another one of my all-time favorites, and his, “It’s been a long time, I shouldn’ta left you, without a dope interview…”
HipHopGame is back. ‘Nuff said, right? (more…)
- Interviewsposted March 15, 2013 / 3 Comments
“There’s a lot of stuff that always be on my mind. It’s just different types of stories and different types of themes. It just comes from everywhere. It comes from the inner core of just my mind being so much of a circus. I look at this and I look at that. It’s something like a dark circus and I wanted to fulfill those parts that was in my mind.” Killah Priest speaks with HipHopGame about his double-disc offering The Psychic World of Walter Reed, an album with Ghostface, Wu-Tang, and much more in this exclusive interview.
- Interviewsposted November 30, 2010 / 1 Comment
Your new mixtape Jon Connor as Vinnie Chase just dropped. Are you happy with how it’s doing?
Man, I’m feeling good about it. Everybody is being receptive to it and appreciating what I do and what I try to bring to the game. I’m feeling good about it.
- Interviewsposted November 8, 2010 / No Comments
It’s not every day you get to interview a true hip-hop legend, someone who has paid their dues ten times over and always held on to their core values despite the ever-changing musical landscape. That kind of strength and character not only made Preem’s signature drums and crisp scratches great but immortal, destined to live forever in the same vein as Miles Davis, James Brown and Bob Marley.