The small industrial town of Dublin, Georgia is where we take our The Whole 9 interview series for the latest installment. Once their, we chop it up with emcee Shaka Luciano, a Jamerican who’s prepping his latest project Hate Me Now Love Me Later 2. In this session, he talks about how he got his name, what made him turn to rap, the first Hip Hop track he ever heard, how his single Garbage Day came about and what to expect from his upcoming project. For more on Shaka, follow him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Check out the interview after the jump.
Fresh out of a meeting with his label Atlantic Records, Curren$y speaks with Mass Appeal on his upcoming album Canal Street Confidential, talking about his new single Bottom of The Bottle featuring August Alsina and Lil Wayne and how that song came together, and how the label really loved it when they heard it.
Mannie Fresh drops a live version of Rhythm Roulette from The Sprite Corner. This one is really dope.
Kirk Knight drops a new self-produced single Knight Time, off his upcoming album Late Knight Special, dropping on October 30th.
Maino drops a remix of Dr. Dre’s The Difference.
Chase N. Cashe drops a video for his single Anti-Social.
T.I. and Tiny’s daughter Zonnique drops a video for her Young Thug-assisted single Nun For Free.