JoJo performs "Anything" #uncapped with Casey Veggies in NYC [Video]


This week in New York City's West Village, vitaminwater and The FADER held another one of their #uncapped secret shows, with JoJo and her four-piece band taking to the stage to perform for her fans in an intimate blue-lit setting. Read more

Pusha T previews new tracks from Wratch of Caine mixtape [Video]


Pusha T recently sat down with Miss Info to preview two new tracks from his upcoming mixtape Wrath of Cain. “It Doesn’t Matter”, the first track previewed features French Montana on the hook in addition to Harry Fraud on the boards, and is a direct callout to all those who criticise Pusha Ton and his lyrical content yet haven’t experienced the things he’s seen and done. The second track, ”Only You Can Tell”, features fellow DMV native Wale, and sees T and MMG’s premier poet finally collaborate once again following on “Back in the Gogo”, their track together on Wale’s 2008 release The Mixtape About Nothing, which also features Bun B.

Though the previews are mere snippets, in addition to the two previously singles “Blocka” (feat. Popcaan) and “Millions” (feat. Rick Ross) it’s easy to see why Wrath of Cain is going to one of this year’s biggest releases. Hopefully My Name is My Name, the full-length LP that Pusha will drop afterwards follows suit.

112's Q Parker revisits some Bad Boy classics [Video]

In their mid-to-late 90s heyday, there were very few labels in music that could go song-for-song with Bad Boy. The house that Puffy built sat atop the hit-making mountain, with albums from the likes of The Notorious B.I.G., Ma$e and R&B group 112 dominating both commercial and critical conversations.

During a recent chat with MissInfoTV affiliate Mikey Fresh, 112 member Q Parker reminisced on a few of the label's most revered songs, giving some never-before-told backstories on how they came to be. Read more

Wiz Khalifa on his MTV VMAs Best New Artist Nomination [Video]

Its been an incredible 12 months for Taylor Gang capo Wiz Khalifa. After his huge runaway hit "Black & Yellow" took the international music charts by storm, achieving US multi platinum status, he then released his highly anticipated third solo album Rolling Papers, which debuted in at number two on the US Billboard album charts selling 197,000 copies in its first week. going on to achieve US Gold status in June, three months after its release. Soon after Rolling Papers dropped the Pittsburgh bred emcee took to the road on yet another sold out US headline tour which lead to his first European (sold out) headline tour.

Amongst these achievements and many others, Young Wiz (after six years of grinding) received his first ever MTV VMA (Video Music Award) nomination for Best New Artist. At the Radio promo forum for the VMAs Wiz sat down with the lovely Miss Info and discussed his nomination along side "new" artists such as Kreayshawn and finally being accepted in the music industry amongst more established artists.