Bob Dylan and Santana Talk to Annoying Interviewer

Bob Dylan likes Manic Street Preachers and Santana likes African music from France. Dylan says The Wallflowers’ music “sounds good” to him and that “everybody’s got to be the first somebody.”

Rick Ross Interviewed on The Breakfast Club

Rick Ross drops by to tell us all we need to know about his latest album, Port of Miami 2. The rapper also reacts to Nicki Minaj calling him out on the Joe Budden podcast. (Source: The Breakfast Club)

Mac Miller: Tiny Desk NPR Concert

Aug. 6, 2018 | Bobby Carter — There was a shift in Mac Miller’s boisterous demeanor as he started the third of his three-song Tiny Desk set. It’s the first time he’s performed tracks from his new album, Swimming, in…

KRS-One: A Poet Becomes a Rapper for Good Reasons

In the late 1980s, KRS-One did this interview with David Hoffman on the phone using his very early home video rig. This clip is from his film “Personal Ethics.” The decisions of a few individuals can make momentous changes to…

De La Soul is Not Dead: The Documentary

De La Soul Is Not Dead takes it all the way back to Amityville, Long Island — a suburban hip hop mecca where three highly creative individuals and high school classmates linked up with DJ Prince Paul and shopped a…

De La Soul Interview with The Breakfast Club

Posdnuos and Dave from De La Soul discuss the group’s 30 year career, their constant overseas touring, releasing a new album after a long hiatus and much more with The Breakfast Club. (Source: The Breakfast Club)
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