Remy Ma & Papoose Talk "Love & Hip-Hop," Marriage Life, & More On Hot 97
Remy Ma & Papoose
To promote the upcoming season’s of VH1’s "Love & Hip-Hop New York", Papoose & Remy Ma made their way by the Hot 97 studios to chop it up with the gang from Ebro in the Morning. Sitting down for a lengthy 33-minute interview, Pap & Remy talk about the upcoming season of LHH, their marriage life, Remy’s new single with Rick Ross and Yo Gotti which impacts Dec. 14, and more. Before wrapping things up however, the two blessed the mic with what they do best, and that’s spit bars. Check it out.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda "Straight Outta Brooklyn" Video
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave & Uncle Murda
To promote his upcoming mixtape, Shadow Of The Sun, DJ Kay Slay decides to come through and share the official video for his latest posse cut “Straight Outta Brooklyn,” featuring Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda, Moe Chipps & Lucky Don. Channeling their inner N.W.A., watch as this slew of the notable Brooklyn emcees take over their NYC borough in this Money Mark-directed clip above.
Papoose On The Breakfast Club
Papoose just released his sophomore album, You Can't Stop Destiny, which, relative to his debut album, was released pretty quickly. Stopping by the Breakfast Club, Papoose talked about his decision to go independent, suggesting he wished he'd taken that route from the start.
Papoose Pranks Amateur Rappers On "Troll'd"
Complex has a new segment similar to MTV's "Punk'd" called "Troll'd." For the series first installment, the troll is none other than Papoose. Papoose gets in the studio with four aspiring rappers under the auspices of putting together a collaboration. Instead he shits on them in his verse ("sweet, you should change your name to Betty Crocker") and then bounces, leaving them confused, angry, and embarrassed. Papoose is a surprisingly excellent troll, putting his freestyle skills to work and never letting his douche-guard down.
Remy Ma Talks Release From Prison, Nicki Minaj, DJ Khaled & More
Remy Ma is back and ready to work. We're now a month removed from the New York lady's prison release, and she's sufficiently shook the game up with the promise of a new mixtape on the way (which will be followed by an album), a remix of DJ Khaled's "They Don't Love You No More
Remy Ma On 106 & Park
Remy Ma is getting right back into the swing of things since being released from jail a week and a half ago. The lady has already hopped on DJ Khaled's "They Don't Love You No More" remix, and Khaled has expressed an interest in signing her.
Saigon Feat. Omar Epps & Papoose "Sinner's Prayer" Video
Saigon Feat. Omar Epps & Papoose
Saigon's "Sinner's Prayer" debuted to reader-acclaim when we dropped the single on our front pages back on July 21st. Now, the song returns with some brand new WSHH-sponsored visuals.
Papoose Freestyles On BET's "The Backroom"
Last week, we saw Uncle Murda hit the booth and spit a freestyle for viewers on BET's "The Backroom". Continuing right on schedule, BET calls on Papoose for this week's freestyle segment. The Brooklyn emcee delivers some hard rhymes in this one and expresses his thoughts about the recent Donald Sterling controversy. If you're not a huge believer in Papoose's rhymes, than maybe this will change your mind.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Termanology, Chris Rivers, William Young & Papoose "Enter The Cypher" Video
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Termanology, Chris Rivers, William Young & Papoose
DJ Kay Slay's been known to assemble some hip-hop dream teams for his videos, and the visual for "Enter The Cypher" is no different. Termanology, Chris Rivers, William Young and Papoose all spit on the previously-released track, and turn up in the video to reprise their verses in front of a graffiti'd wall.
Papoose "Cough Up A Lung" Video
Taking us back to his Hoodie Season 2 mixtape, Papoose unleashes the official visual for his cut "Cough Up A Lung", which is a freestyle over "Where I’m From". Directed by Da Inphamus Amadeuz, Pap stunts in front of a Rollz Royce and does his thing in this, while flashes from the club come in here and there to turn things up. Not the most intricate visual to date, but something to keep the fans happy nonetheless.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Papoose, Vado, & Ransom "Real Hip Hop" Video
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Papoose, Vado & Ransom
After hitting us with mp3 earlier in the month, DJ Kay Slay decides to unleash the official visual to his track “Real Hip Hop”, featuring NY spittas Papoose, Vado, & Ransom. This cut will appear on Kay Slay's upcoming mixtape The Last Hip Hop Disciple, which is coming soon. The video was shot in the mean streets of New York. Check it out above, and download the single here.
Papoose "Pound Cake (Freestyle)" Video
Nothing Was The Same highlight, "Pound Cake," saw its fair share of remixes and freestyles since its inception and now we have a video for one of those freestyles, courtesy of Papoose. We see the rapper giving us his freestyle over the beat previously used by Drake and Jay-Z in a clip playfully dubbed, "Papoose In Paris" (the song was originally came coupled with another track called Paris Morton Music 2 when it appeared on Drake's latest album). Plus, the video shows some footage of a few beautiful iconic Paris locations.
Papoose Feat. Jadakiss, Jim Jones, & Ice T "6 AM" Video
Papoose Feat. Jadakiss, Jim Jones & Ice T
Papoose is still dropping videos from his long-postponed album, Nacirema Dream. The latest of which is the Ice-T-sampling "6 AM", which borrows its hook from the rapper's classic track, "6 N The Mornin'". T actually took some time off of his day job (playing a cop) on "Law & Order: SVU" to make an appearance in the video, which also hosts the likes of New York spitters, Jim Jones and Jadakiss.
DJ Premier's "Bars In The Booth" With Papoose
DJ Premier Feat. Papoose
DJ Premier has a launched a new YouTube series where he invites rappers to step into the booth and spit some words backed by a DJ Premier beat of course. He kicks things off with NY's Papoose.Peep DJ Premier's "Bars In The Booth" With Papoose, the latest visual from DJ Premier. It dropped on Thursday, December 19th, 2013. DJ Premier's future brightens with every new release, and DJ Premier's "Bars In The Booth" With Papoose certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that DJ Premier has been developing since stepping foot in the game.
Papoose "Dreams And Nightmares (Freestyle)" Video
Papoose delivers a new visual for his freestyle over Meek Mill's "Dreams And Nightmares".Can you dig it? Make sure to visit our mixtape section to stream and/or download Hoodie Season, a tape released by Papoose on Monday, November 4th, 2013. It features such cuts as Intro, Stonogram (Prod By DJ Tip), Rap God.
Papoose "Faith" Video
Papoose releases the official music video for his track "Faith", off his "The Nacirema Dream" project.Can you dig it? Did y'all catch Papoose's latest visual for Papoose "Dreams And Nightmares (Freestyle)" Video?
Papoose "Breakfast Club Interview (Part 2)" Video
Papoose speaks on Summer Jam, New York Rap, and passing on kanye beats with Power 105's Breakfast Club.How does this compare to Papoose's previous work?Peep the new visual for Papoose's Papoose "Faith" Video.
Papoose "Breakfast Club Interview (Part 1)" Video
Papoose speaks on Remy Ma, radio play, and haters with the Power 105's Breakfast Club.How do you feel about the production here? Did y'all catch Papoose's latest visual for Papoose "Breakfast Club Interview (Part 2)" Video?
Papoose "Open Letter Freestyle" Video
Papoose addresses his Summer Jam incident in a new freestyle.How does this compare to Papoose's previous work?Did y'all catch Papoose's latest visual for Papoose "Breakfast Club Interview (Part 1)" Video?
Papoose Feat. Ron Brownz "Get At Me" Video
Papoose Feat. Ron Brownz
The latest visual from Papoose's "The Nacirema Dream" album, featuring Ron Brownz and produced by Will C & Tana of Street Heat TV. Papoose's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Papoose Feat. Ron Brownz "Get At Me" Video will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Papoose has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Papoose has in store. What do y'all think of this video? How do y'all feel about the collabo with Ron Brownz?