In this interview, Scott Storch, opened up about how he met Dr. Dre and working on some of his hits such as, "Still Dre" and "Big Ego's." Although Storch admits, initially, Dre wouldn't let him leave after playing the piano for him during their first meeting, he revealed his drug abuse led to their fallout toward the end of their working relationship. "I burnt a lot of bridges with my drug use and pissed a lot of people off," he said. Even though it appears the two may not reignite the fire in the studio, he added that he sees them repairing their friendship and getting back to work in the near future, "I have a very good feeling about me and Dre in the future. We're [going to] get back and do some more stuff together." Watch the full interview above.
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http:www.vladtv.com - VladTV's very own DJ Vlad was recently featured on B-Real's "The Smokebox," where he smoked out with the legendary Cypress Hill rapper. Vlad spoke out about some of the most controversial stories on the site, includingLord Jamar's much talked about interview, where he spoke about white rappers being guests in hip-hop. Vlad also opened up about making several documentary films, including "Ghost Ride the Whip," and explains why he decided to switch lanes and go into developing his website. Be sure to check out the first part of Vlad's sit down with "The Smokebox,'where he spoke about hip-hop history and much more.
While touching on Master P's statement regarding the deadly effects Syrup has caused in this generation, Trae Tha Truth, who's dealt with syrup-related deaths with Pimp C and DJ Screw, says it's unclear to blame the drug on the rising deaths rates. "Who's to say?" He explained, "Some people's bodies [are] not necessarily equipped for it." In the interview, Trae says he has not heard of any recent deaths due to the popular drug, but claims that there are many people faking the trend with empty cups. "I think 80 percent of the world [is] fraud. Half these n***** probably just be having cups and don't be having s*** in the mother f*****, but you do have n***** that do." Watch the full interview above.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0141966/ I have also spanish and serbian subtitles but they are for the shorter version of the movie and they don't fit soo only english subtitles for this. Turn on captions to see the subtitles (press the [cc] button on the youtube player).
http://www.vladtv.com - Uncle Luke opened up to VladTV about his past altercation with Dr. Dre, which he said involved "a lot of knives and blood." He then shared what led to the uproar after revealing that he never met Dre prior to the incident. The Miami entertainer told us that Dre's diss on "F*** wit Dre Day" kicked off the beef, and Luke responded with his own diss track, "Cowards in Compton." The back and forth later came to a head when the two groups ran into each other and a fight ensued. Uncle Luke later shared that he spoke to Suge Knight following the incident and they put their differences aside, which led to a conversation about Suge's current situation. You can hear Uncle Luke's full response above. Be sure to pick up your copy of Luther Campbell's "The Book of Luke: My Fight for Truth, Justice, and Liberty City," now available on Amazon.
In the first clip from VladTV's interview with Fat Boy, the internet comedian talks about growing up in Essex County, New Jersey, beginning to sell drugs at the age of 14, and going in and out of jail. Eventually, he wanted to try to get a "real" job and worked at Chipotle for a few months before he was let go. Check out the interview above.
http://www.vladtv.com - T-Pain elaborates on why he said he wouldn't buy Kanye West a gift after the birth of his daughter, explaining that when he was working on "808's & Heartbreak," Kanye penned a diss track aimed at specifically at him. To make matters worse, he reveals that the "Mercy" rapper got the entire studio to join in on the song while T-Pain sat in agony. The "Up Down" rapper also shares his thoughts on Kanye's line of Confederate flag clothing that was sold during his "Yeezus" tour, explaining that he's not too worked up over it. Being from Florida, T-Pain claims that he wore Confederate shirts when he was younger because they were cheaper, adding that he's from a younger generation that wasn't concerned with the meaning of the flag.
Watch Part 5: https://goo.gl/bPbKaq Part 1: https://goo.gl/DtLhwj ------------------------------- In this clip, Fredo Bang discussed the fallout between NBA Youngboy and Gee Money. He also noted that he hasn't spoken to Youngboy since 2015 but isn't opposed to sitting down and talking to him at some point. Later, Fredo Bang talked about his writing process for his track "Father" and why his line in "Ouuh" about slave masters could be taken as offensive.
Famed comedian Luenell shared her thoughts on a variety of hot topics in the media right now, including her reaction to Macklemore's "White Privilege II," which she said she completely agreed with. Luenell added that while she believes that Macklemore is misunderstood, she thinks that he was telling a lot of truth in his latest track. During the conversation Luenell also spoke about why she's not amused by Black male celebrities wearing dresses, which she said is "the same old mammy, slapstick s*** since blackface." When specifically speaking about Will Smith's son Jaden wearing dresses and being the face of Louis Vuitton's 2016 spring/summer womenswear collection, Luenell told us that she doubts he would go to Crenshaw in a dress or skirt. To hear more of our conversation with Luenell, including her thoughts on Tyler Perry's Madea character and Prince's choice of clothing, hit the above video.