The FADER’s “At Home With…” series travels to Brooklyn to spend time with urban music journalism power couple Danyel Smith and Elliott Wilson. The couple talks about their shared love of music journalism, and the way it plays a part in many aspects of their relationship.
Fetty Wap and his Remy Boyz clique releases a new Zaytoven-produced track titled Handgun.
Pusha T shows off his fashion side, appearing in the latest episode of Live Nation TV’s Stylings show. Here Push and his stylist Marcus Paul go to chic London menswear store Hostem to peruse outfits and find unique one-of-a-kind pieces. The duo then go to A. Sauvage to browse traditional British suits, searching for the perfect suit. Push also combs London looking for inspirations for his clothing line, Play Cloths, while talking about the harmony of fashion and music in Hip Hop.
Azealia Banks once again finds herself in trouble, after being thrown in jail Tuesday night for allegedly biting a female nightclub bouncer in the boob because she didn’t know Azealia was a big celebrity, which may cause her to bite a lot of people. Azealia was at Up&Down nightclub when she tried to get into a party but didn’t have an entry stamp. According to witnesses who spoke with the NY Post, Azealia went Azealia, cursing and using racial slurs.
The manager decided to let Azealia in, but that didn’t stop her from berating the bouncer for not knowing she was on Rihanna’s latest album. For bad measure, she went back and spit in the guard’s face. As she was being escorted out, Azealia allegedly bit the guard in her boob and bit hard, which led to her ending up in a familiar place…jail.
According to the NY District Attorney, Banks has quite the bite, causing redness, swelling, serious pain and bruising to the bouncer’s right boob. Azealia also allegedly tried to punch the bouncer in the face. This isn’t Azealia’s first dustup in the last few months, because in September she was kicked off a plane for screaming homophobic slurs at a flight attendant.
Dallas natives Jayson Lyric and Que P of SMU, link with producer Kal Banx for a new track titled The Circle, off Deep Ellum Music Group’s compilation album.
This week’s I’ll Name This Podcast Later has hoes, Love & Hip Hop, Indie Vs. Major, album flops and a few random stories on the docket.
Phonte stopped by the Juan Epstein podcast to talk new music, LB’s break up and has a cool Kanye story.
Father drops a new track Alleyoop Swish, featuring LuiDiamonds. The track is of his forthcoming EP with Lex Luger titled Someone Get These New Niggas.
Pusha T announces his own tour Darkest Before Dawn, to push his new album of the same name, dropping this Friday. The tour kicks off in Vancouver on March 3rd, and ends in April 6th in Minneapolis. Stops in between include LA, Atlanta, NYC and much more. For more info, click here.