The legendary west coast pioneer DJ Battlecat breaks down his journey with music, the importance of analog technology, and how his new partnership with Audible Reality has allowed him the opportunity to share his ears with the masses.
Quality Control signee Duke Deuce stars in this week's edition of "Rise & Grind," where he explains how Offset helped him sign his deal, the crunk revival, developing his own weed strain, and much more.
Yung Baby Tate commandeers the spotlight on this week's edition of "Rise & Grind," in which she reveals the creation process behind her viral hit "I Am," touching on her partnership with Issa Rae's Raedio, and stresses the importance of positive affirmations.
Pensacola, Florida native LBS Kee'vin shines on this week's edition of "Rise & Grind," where he explains how leaving his hometown is his biggest accomplishment so far, how he never thought he would become a rapper, and how "Shining" with 42 Dugg came about.
Rap veteran Yung Joc is a man on a mission. He recently sat down with us to talk about leaving "Love & Hip Hop" drama in the past, the importance of celebrities being involved in their communities, and what we can expect from his forthcoming collaborartion with Rick Ross.
1017 signee & South Memphis native Pooh Shiesty joins us for this week's edition of "Rise & Grind" where he details Gucci Mane's guidance on "Shiesty Season," linking up with Lil Durk after growing up on drill culture, and capitalizing off of the "Big Blrrd’" ad-lib.
R&B singer, songwriter, and model Journee joins Hynaken and ES$O on a new episode of "BagFuel" to discuss her progression as a songwriter and the influence that her musically-inclined family had on her as an artist.
Wisconsin’s slam poet-turned-rapper Lakeyah is still riding high off of the release of her Quality Control debut, “Time’s Up.” She joins us for this week’s edition of Rise & Grind where she details a night out with the City Girls, Pee’s guidance, and manifesting a collaboration with Nicki Minaj.