Archive for December, 2011
A$AP Rocky headlined his first concert in Miami at Grand Central, decided to premiere a new track he recorded in Miami towards the end of his performance.
AllHipHop got a chance to speak to Joe and Joell about a number of topics including an update on the album’s completion, the different recording process they experienced with the second album, and what’s to come from them music-wise as solo artists in the near future.
Fans wondering what it would cost to hire Jay-Z and Kanye West to perform at their birthday parties now have an answer: the price tag is $6 million.
That’s how much billionaire Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour paid for the duo to perform at his sister’s 16th birthday party to a packed crowed in Dubai two weeks before Christmas.
Thesun.co.uk reports that each emcee was paid 1.9 million pounds, roughly $2.92 million.
Earlier this month, Jay-Z revealed that he was open to recording another album with West.
The RZArector says that there are discussions about the LP, but that it’s “never an easy task” to get everyone together. Via: HHDX
RZA recently gave an interview where he spoke on the relationship between Wu-Tang Clan‘s fans and the group, but he also provided a little insight regarding the squad’s next album. The RZArector said that there are discussions taking place about moving forward with the album, with hopes to drop the LP by 2012.
“Me and Ghostface talk about it a lot,” he said. “The other members are talking about it. We’ll see what life brings — let’s put it that way.
“To have an official Wu-Tang Clan album with everybody coming together, it’s never an easy task,” he continued. “It’s like an independent film or something, a lot of pieces that have to be put together. But I’m always up for that challenge, so I think it’ll happen again — someday.”
Ghostface Killah previously revealed that the Wu-Tang Clan album would release in May 2012, while Raekwon said that they were already at work in the studio.