For the upcoming release of his new album, Love & Rockets Vol. 1: The Transformation, Murs has been keeping us updated through a video diary that takes us behinds the scenes of his recording process and here is part 4. I posted the first episode about a month ago but parts 2 and 3 somehow slipped past me so I added them after the jump. This album has the potential to be something great from what he’s been showing us.
Karen Civil sits down and chops it up with Jeezy about a slew of things. Down bottom you can catch his freestyle with the newest CTE signee Freddie Gibbs on the Bootleg Kev show.
We spoke about the highly anticipated tracks featuring Drake and Jay-Z and the other with Andre 3000. Both are for the same song, “I Do,” but Jizzle explains the thought process of having two completely different songs instead of grouping all three guests on one track. He also opens up about the biggest difference between the industry in 2011 as opposed to when The Recession dropped. Lastly, the topic of Freddie Gibbs arose. Jeezy explains why that signing was so vital to CTE and how Freddie’s own prowess in the studio has channeled an added intensity for him.
Dom Kennedy and Machine Gun Kelly took over the Loft in ATL over the weekend for an intimate performance.
The second part to their web-series. We need a new MOBB album as well.
The 3 reuinte to perform the classic anthem. Ummmmm, is a reunion project too much to ask? Oh ok ok ok.
Another thugged out visual from P!
New one off of tabi’s upcoming project Off The Summer Years, which is due out sooner than later