Miss Special spoke with Eligh and Amp Live before their show at Slim's on Friday night. They spoke about the highlight of their live show together, individual tracks on "Therapy At 3" such as "Devil's Medicine" and "Metronome" including on of Amp Live's secrets. They also spoke about addiction, the "Ego Killer (Remix)" video, the possibility of the "Metronome" video slipping out and what's next for them including a new Zion-I album, another album like "Enigma" and a project for Eligh with DNA.
According to Fader, TDE founder Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith says that Kendrick Lamar & Black Hippy have just signed a joint venture deal with Aftermath and Interscope Records. This means that Kendrick Lamar's debut album will be officially released through Top Dawg, Aftermath, and Interscope. Ab-Soul, Jay Rock , and ScHoolboy Q will follow with releases of their own.
This may come as good news to some of you, but others might not like this move very much. The entire TDE crew is doing pretty good independently. Aftermath and Interscope will give them a bigger platform, but Dr. Dre hasn't had any of his proteges release an album since Game released The Documentary back in 2005. Let's hope this doesn't happen to Black Hippy.
While Chuck Inglish was making a beat in the Truth Studios kitchen Casey Veggies was freestyling to BJ The Chicago Kid playing Drums. Just a taste of what happened before the actual session got going.. Enjoy! Live session broadcasting coming soon!!