(AllHipHop News) For many listeners one of the standout tracks on J. Cole’s sophomore album was the song “Rich N****z.” The cut opens with the Roc Nation emcee rapping “I hate rich n****s,” but it then goes on to reveal the rapper’s own apprehension about the fact he is now one of those people with money he use to hate. 203 more words
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Four years after their first interview J Cole and Nick Huff Barili link up for their fourth in-depth interview. In part 3 J Cole explains the inspiration to his track Rich Niggaz from his album Born Sinner. 14 more words
J. Cole and Nick Huff Barili link up once again for another insightful Hard Knock TV interview. In the video above, Cole breaks down the lyrics and tell stories to explain the inspiration behind his song “Rich Niggaz”, a cut off his latest album Born Sinner. 23 more words
Best Of @HardKnockTV : @Hopsin talks Ill Mind 6, @Eminem, @Macklemore, "Gay Agenda", Racism, Hip Hop & MORE!!!
Exclusive in-depth interview with Hopsin at his studio. Part 3 of this very candid interview starts with Hopsin telling Nick Huff Barili what inspired him to write ILL MIND OF HOPSIN 6.
Hard Knock TV releases more footage of their lengthily and intimate interview with rapper Hopsin. The young artist opens up about losing his best friend to crystal meth and explains that his story was the inspiration behind “Ill Mind 6.” As the conversation continued, Hopsin addresses the argument going around that Macklemore is currently pushing a gay agenda in hip hop and their relationship as friends. 25 more words
Part 3 of this very candid interview starts with Hopsin telling Nick Huff Barili what inspired him to write ILL MIND OF HOPSIN 6. “I had a friend that I grew up with…he was like one of the closest friends I ever had in my life…he got into crystal meth and he started hanging out with the wrong people…eventually he went down the wrong road…and overdosed a few times.” Hopsin details how crystal meth not only effected his friend but those around him. 283 more words