7 Episodes of ” Fuck, That’s Delicious w/ Host Action Bronson

The Best Milkshake Ever: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 1)

Rap Shows and BBQ with Action Bronson: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 2)

White Trash Bruschetta and Henny Wings: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 3)

Baklava, Pizza, and Hand Tattoos: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 4)

Lamb Necks, Alligators, and the Blues: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 5)

The Talented Mr. Wonderful: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 6)

Taxi Cab Confessions, Basketball, & Blunts: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 7)

Action Bronson & The Alchemist – The Smokebox (Bud Stop)

Dr. Greenthumb Strain Review – Lemon Tree (Bud Stop)

Paul Wall, Baby Bash & Scoop DeVille – Cherry Pie & OG Kush (Video)

Paul Wall, Baby Bash and producer Scoop DeVille are The Legalizers. After forming their new group, the trio let loose their first single, “Cherry Pie & OG Kush.” Check out the official video up top and head to iTunes for a download.

Action Bronson – Actin’ Crazy (Video)

Eminem A “Bitch,” Detroit Rap Pioneer Esham Says (Article)

Eminem A "Bitch," Detroit Rap Pioneer Esham Says

The “Acid Rap” pioneer says Em does not represent Detroit enough.

Detroit Rap pioneer Esham challenges Eminem in an interview with Murder Master Music Show posted by UGS Radio today (February 27).

“Tell Em to come on man, rap battle what?” Esham says in the interview. “Come on, what? Where ya at? I challenge.”

Esham became one of Detroit’s biggest independent artists in the ‘90s. His powerful and dark style known as “acid rap” helped influence the careers of Tech N9ne and Insane Clown Posse, among others.

He says Eminem has been disrespecting the city of Detroit.

“I am tired of Eminem,” Esham says in the interview. “I just want him to keep it real and quit being a bitch. He fuckin’ sold a lotta people out in the city, man. He needs to stop disrespecting the city and making people hate Detroit even more. That’s what that was about. Don’t even say shit about Detroit””

Esham points to recent Shady XV track “Detroit Vs. Everybody” as a moment were Em did not show proper respect for the city.

“With the ‘Detroit Vs. Everybody’ don’t say Detroit vs. everybody… you don’t help nobody in the city,” Esham says. “I don’t give a fuck. I will say that. You got a radio station and nobody gets played on your station? Come on, B. Get the fuck outta here. You got 50 hundred million dollars and you ain’t doing shit. Do something for the schools, anything, I don’t wanna hear that shit. If you say something about Detroit, I’m gonna say something about you. Let somebody say something to me. I ain’t gonna say shit. I ain’t lyin’ on that muthafucka.”

Eminem is reportedly working on an album for 2015 called Roots.

Esham recently released the twenty-fifth anniversary edition of his debut album, Boomin’ Words of Hell.

“When I came out with my first album I was just a kid…” Esham says on his website. “I unknowingly started the Wicket Shit! If you had asked me then I wouldn’t have believed I would spark the creation of an entire sub-genre. Over the years, many have indulged and benefited from the fruits of my labor. I felt betrayed at times but I’ve given back far more than I’ve taken from this game. I’m at peace with that. I feel blessed to be considered one of the most influential artists in rap music and cursed to have never been accepted by my peers.”

by Mitchell Steinfeld

E-40 Shares New Details On Biggie Setup (Article)

E-40 Shares New Details On Biggie Setup

by Danielle Harling

E-40 says he called off a possible hit on Notorious B.I.G., says the incident resulted in a shout out in the “Life After Death” album notes.

Following the release of a DVD titled Notorious B.I.G.: Bigger Than Life, West Coast rapper E-40 has continued to speak on an incident featured on the DVD that involved both himself and the late Notorious B.I.G. E-40 spoke vaguely on the incident in 2010 and shared that while Biggie was in town, a few of his associates “got at him” following comments the Brooklyn wordsmith made about E-40 in a magazine interview.

E-40 shed even more light on the incident during an interview with Complex.com this week. He again stated that he took no part in the fake concert that was booked for Biggie in Sacramento and also shared the details of a phone call he received while Biggie was in town.

According to E-40, he received a phone call late at night from a man claiming to be in the same area as Biggie. The man then asked E-40 if he wanted him to do anything to the rapper.

“But a concert was booked that I didn’t book,” E-40 said. “And I wanna tell y’all this. I got a call like 11 at night. ‘40, I got this nigga Biggie Smalls down here woo wopty woo woo. What you want me to do with him?’ You gotta understand. Just being upset cause somebody said they ain’t fuckin with your music that ain’t enough to try to do somebody in. That’s not cool. That’s some bitch shit. That ain’t cool. I got on the phone with dude. I was like ‘I didn’t know you felt like that’…Anyway, to make a long story short, I got him home safe. Got him back to the hotel safe. I didn’t book that concert. That’s the main thing I want to say. But the shit that went down as far as my folks on his head, they was. And I called it off.”

E-40 again explained that the entire incident was brought about due to comments Biggie made during an interview with a Canadian magazine. When asked to rank a handful of West Coast artists on a scale from one to 10, E-40 says Biggie gave him a zero.

“A lot of people know about the Biggie incident,” E-40 said. “When he came to Northern California. Some of my folks was highly upset that he had did an article—I was upset that he did an article in a Canadian magazine…They asked him from a scale to one to 10 what do you feel about these artists. So, he would say Spice 1. I don’t know if it was a three, a four, or a two. Ice Cube, I don’t know what he gave him, but I know he gave me a zero. Right? And I’m a fixture out there on my soil, right? West Coast, and they fuck with me in New York at the time too as well. So, I was like ‘okay.’ Of course I was upset about that. My dudes seen that. Everybody was upset about that.”

E-40 says his cordial interaction with Biggie as a result of the incident led to the rapper giving him a shout out in the album notes for Life After Death.

In an interview with Hip Hop Wired last year, E-40 said his encounter with Biggie in Sacramento was one he didn’t speak on until Biggie’s people brought it to light.

“So [Biggie’s people] hit me, we pow-wowed, got him back safe and that was that, man…you know that I’m so real that I never even spoke on it,” he said. “His folks spoke on that, I never brought it up.”