Tag: No I.D.
No I.D.’s behind the boards on this Hours-sampled track from Slaughterhouse’s new album. Damn, this is nice. Slaughter’s Welcome To: OUR House hits stores August 28th, so be sure to cop a few copies.
Reaganomics? Nah, this is Obamanomics. The more things change, the more they stay the same. And Mikkey makes that clear on his latest leak from Castro, hosted by Don Cannon, which drops Monday, August 13.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard Mikk and Young Yoda cook up something new, and this ever-insightful point of view from Mikk is always welcome. I pledge allegiance…
Also, today is Mikkey’s birthday, so make sure to give him a shout on Twitter.
MTV caught No I.D. on the red carpet of the ASCAP Awards, and grilled him about the upcoming Cruel Summer project, as well as Ye’s next solo album. Mums the word, but he did promise that it’s coming directly after the release of the G.O.O.D. comp. Hopefully we’ll get it by the end of the year.
“He’s coming right after that. I’m not working on that [Cruel Summer] album, I’m working on his album. This is Kanye. You know what to expect from the family. He hasn’t missed yet, so don’t expect him to miss. It’s what you expect and everything you don’t expect.”
Before Life Is Good hits stores July 17th, Nasir liberates another track from the album. This one features No I.D. behind the boards and a few words from Large Professor. This is serious business.
No I.D. provides a great backdrop for Nas and Ross on the latest offering from Nas’ Life Is Good. I don’t know about you, but I like this Nasir/Dion music.
Props to the Radar.
Directed by Chris Robinson
Nasty Nas drops a compelling P.O.V. visual for the No I.D.-assisted “Daughters” track. The clip tracks the daddy/daughter relationship from her eyes and even has a cameo from Nas’ own teenage daughter. The track is scheduled to appear on the rapper’s 10th solo album, Life is Good, due out in July.
The all-star, high-powered Easter weekend studio sessions continue. This one happened to take place on the left coast, as the youngest in charge, Young Chop, joined Beats by Dion, Com Sense and Big Sean in the studio. My guess is that they’re working on the new Big Sean album. The good news continues for the rising producer, as these cosigns are about as good as it gets. Looking forward to hearing the outcome.
Well, it looks like the cat is out of the bag. Mikkey Halsted has uprooted and moved out to LA to finish his upcoming album, The Force, which is entirely produced by No I.D. and The Legendary Traxster. Monumental to say the least.
If you know No I.D. and Traxster’s history, then you know these two are highly regarded as the Godfather’s of Chicago hip-hop. No I.D. repping the Southside, with Trax crafting the sound of the Westside. Over the past few years, the production duo has come together to craft smashes for Big Sean and Twista; and now it’s time join forces to produce for one artist–and luckily that artist is Chicago’s own Mikkey Halsted.
Here, No I.D., Traxster and Mikkey discuss the project, and give us some insight as to how it all came together. No word on what label this project will be released on, but best believe there will be a big announcement soon.
The stuff you hear playing in the background? Forget about it. Serious. Most anticipated album of 2012?