Shot by Smoove of Snipercore/UGA, this is a classic interview from 2015 with Westside Gunn speaking with DJ J-Ronin. Look for more footage as well as brand new content coming to the All Elements Youtube Channel. DJ J-Ronin, All Elements Music Group and Westside Gunn can all be found on Instagram @JRonin82 @WestsideGunn @AllElementsMG.
Join DJ Verbalklint on Desert Storm Radio with his latest dope mixes every weeknight at 8PM (9 PM CST) and tune in on Wednesdays for the All Independent Artist Show. Artists can submit mixed tracks for the All Independent Artist Show to email@example.com.
Formed in 2011 by Frankie Prada, New York City’s Money Mafia is speaking out towards hip hop mogul Master P about his recent use of their copyrighted name. In the video clip seen below, Money Mafia member Setic One opens up to the underground show Down In the Dungeon about his point of view and feeling on the subject, In a direct email to NHWWW Setic one states, “I, My founder Frankie Prada, along with Siin Citi, B Cereus and Sky feel highly motivated to get the answers and respect we deserve for the blatant disrespect Master P & No Limit Forever have demonstrated through the action of this situation.”
Not only claiming that their name has been used by the founder of the No Limit movement, Money Mafia has also claimed to reach out to Master P’s camp but received no response. Frankie Prada, founder of New York’s Money Mafia has gone on the record to say, “Master P knew exactly who we were and didn’t care because they had financial backing figuring that they will be able to make us irrelevant but little did he know the team was copy written and cosigned by other groups, such as Coke Boys, Universal and IMF Recordings.”
If the claims from Prada, Setic One, and the Money Mafia are beefy enough to be held up in a courtroom, it looks like Master P may have to cough up a couple of those bags from the Money Mafia logo. Setic One closes with, “As an artist I think many will think they have the upper hand because of the financial backing they uphold but it gives no excuse to use shady tactics and steal a brand already establish just to advance your leap back into the game. Hopefully this won’t only help come to an agreement but also place an example to others that not everyone will stand for this type of disrespect.”
The Empire Music Group and IndieNation Blog have teamed up with several hip hop outlets, including us here at NHWWW, to bring in the new year with a remix contest for Youngg Offishall’s latest hit, the DJ Mustard produced “TurnT“. One winner will earn a spot on the remix of Youngg Offishall and DJ Mustard’s “TurnT” which will be distributed through The Empire Music Group /Universal Music Group, with distribution on Beatport, iTunes, Google Play,Spotify and over 250 other online music retailers. The winner will also receive special coverage on indiespeaks.com, VladTV.com. Thisis50.com, NHWWW, and more. Visit IndieNation Blog for all prizes and official contest rules.
Produced by frequent collaborator Tw1ne, Pittsburgh hip hop artist Sosa takes a step in a new direction. Arthur Pitt, known for helping Steel City MCs Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa, gets a heads up on who he should be keeping his eye on next. Known for his continuous grinding and passionate work ethic, “Letter To Arthur Pitt” will almost guarantee that Sosa will be noticed by the Senior VP of A&R and Promotions of Rostrum Records.
Well known and highly regarded in the online hip hop community, the loss of Praverb was a definite shock. Earl Patrick McNease, also known as P the Wyse, was popular not only for his truth-telling rhymes but for his graciousness, honesty, kindness and humility. Long-time Praverb affiliates AWKWORD, Kev Turner, DJ Grazzhoppa and LX Beats join Praverb for his last song “All A Dream”, a tribute to P featuring the man himself, with all proceeds going to benefit his widow and their young son.
When I first opened up NHWWW to submissions it was difficult to get the word out until I found Praverb’s Ultimate Hip-Hop Blog Directory. After leaving a comment asking if I could be added to the list, Praverb almost instantly added me to the directory; the day that NHWWW took off. This was the first memory that popped into my mind after I heard the news of Praverb’s passing, as I will always be thankful for what he has done for myself, but the hip hop culture in general.
Legendary member of The Wu-Tang Clan, the late ODB would have celebrated his 46th birthday today. J. Good of Str8OutDaDen.com has dug up some hidden gems for fans old and new to enjoy on this special day. Those of us familiar with the type of entertainment this charismatic performer provided will be more than happy to hear some freestyles we may not have had access to before. For the younger hip hop heads who may just now be getting familiar with ODB, get ready for a wild ride.