Beats TV sits down with the LA-based Black Hippy at SXSW. They talk to us about how their different personalities affect the diversity of their music, what gives their shows so much energy, touring with Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller, being on the cover XXL, and how each member has a different sound
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Jay Rock catches up with MTV and talks about his inspiration from Tech N9ne’s work ethic, and how Kendrick Lamar is the next big thing coming ‘straight outta compton.
The entire Top Dawg Entertainment crew did a couple freestyles, some promotional work for Jay Rock – Follow Me Home (available now) and some planking.
Jay Rock finall released his Strange Music debut album “Follow Me Home”. Support Black Hippy, TDE and the independent movement!
1. Intro (Skit)
2. Code Red
3. Bout That
4. No Joke f. Ab-Soul
5. Hood Gone Love It f. Kendrick Lamar
6. Westside f. Chris Brown
9. All I Know Is
10. I’m Thuggin’
11. Kill Or Be Killed f. Tech N9ne & Krizz Kaliko
12. Just Like Me f. J. Black
13. Say Wassup f. Black Hippy
14. They Be On It
16. Finest Hour
17. Life’s a Gamble f. BJ The Chicago Kid & Rick Ross
18. All My Life f. Lil’ Wayne & will.i.am
While out in NYC, Jay Rock chops it up with KarmaloopTV about his new album (Follow Me Home, available now), his insight on Black Hippy, ganglife and his favorite movies.