The Game is disrespectful — well, almost. The Los-Angeles rapper says one of his big brothers in hip-hop, Busta Rhymes, once told him he’s good at teasing those fine margins without going overboard.
Read full interview here !
Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

The Game is disrespectful — well, almost. The Los-Angeles rapper says one of his big brothers in hip-hop, Busta Rhymes, once told him he’s good at teasing those fine margins without going overboard.

Read full interview here !

Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

Jana Kramer is feisty. Within seconds of meeting the brunette beauty, she was interviewing us! The country songstress visited our AOL Music headquarters in New York City while on tour with Brad Paisley, and she was just as pleasant as you could imagine. Fresh off her first gold record, the “Why Ya Wanna” singer shared her thoughts on her self-titled album, her love of whiskey and some of her strange superstitions.
read full interview here 
Photo by Noam Galai, AOL

Jana Kramer is feisty. Within seconds of meeting the brunette beauty, she was interviewing us! The country songstress visited our AOL Music headquarters in New York City while on tour with Brad Paisley, and she was just as pleasant as you could imagine. Fresh off her first gold record, the “Why Ya Wanna” singer shared her thoughts on her self-titled album, her love of whiskey and some of her strange superstitions.

read full interview hereĀ 

Photo by Noam Galai, AOL

In House With Tyrese
"Things got real heated on the set, but we were just doing our jobs," Tyrese Gibson tells The BoomBox, describing his on-screen chemistry with his ‘Nothing on You’ video co-star Chilli of TLC. The singer-actor is our latest In House guest, and stopped by our offices to promote his new studio project, ‘Open Invitation: Reloaded.’ The deluxe re-release of his 2011 album, ‘Open Invitation,’ is in stores now and features new remixes with the likes of Faith Evans, T.I., Big Sean and Busta Rhymes. Of course, we had to ask about the Chilli dating rumors, his relationship deal breakers and how his once-carefree life is changing as he raises his 4-year-old daughter Shayla.
Check out the full interview on The Boombox
Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

In House With Tyrese

"Things got real heated on the set, but we were just doing our jobs," Tyrese Gibson tells The BoomBox, describing his on-screen chemistry with his ‘Nothing on You’ video co-star Chilli of TLC. The singer-actor is our latest In House guest, and stopped by our offices to promote his new studio project, ‘Open Invitation: Reloaded.’ The deluxe re-release of his 2011 album, ‘Open Invitation,’ is in stores now and features new remixes with the likes of Faith Evans, T.I., Big Sean and Busta Rhymes. Of course, we had to ask about the Chilli dating rumors, his relationship deal breakers and how his once-carefree life is changing as he raises his 4-year-old daughter Shayla.

Check out the full interview on The Boombox

Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

In House With Too $hort
During a visit with The BoomBox, Too $hort, the 45-year-old hip-hop influencer put his lyrical stylings on display and opened up about his life. He compares himself to Oscar-winning actor George Clooney, explains how he was schooled by Jill Scott then smoked a joint with her, describes Jive Records as “shady” and tells the story of a pimp who fathered a prostitute. Delve into the mind — both masterful and mad — of Too $hort.
Check out the full interview on The BoomBox!
Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

In House With Too $hort

During a visit with The BoomBox, Too $hort, the 45-year-old hip-hop influencer put his lyrical stylings on display and opened up about his life. He compares himself to Oscar-winning actor George Clooney, explains how he was schooled by Jill Scott then smoked a joint with her, describes Jive Records as “shady” and tells the story of a pimp who fathered a prostitute. Delve into the mind — both masterful and mad — of Too $hort.

Check out the full interview on The BoomBox!

Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

Too $hort stopped by The Boombox to discuss his 19th studio album ‘No Trespassing,’ in stores Feb. 28. In House with T.$. coming soon!
Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

Too $hort stopped by The Boombox to discuss his 19th studio album ‘No Trespassing,’ in stores Feb. 28. In House with T.$. coming soon!

Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

In House With Craig Cambell
"This is my first time in New York City. And I’m already kind of aggravated with all the horns and the jackhammers going on," he says as a drill, perched atop an adjacent building, hammers away at a seemingly endless task. Despite the noise, the Georgia-born musician looks ready to make some real noise throughout country music — but first he’ll have to tackle the Big Apple. With his Cayman boots shined up and Stetson tilted toward God, Craig shows us right away how cool he can be.
Check out Craig Cambell ‘In House,’ now on The Boot.
Photo by Damon Dahlen

In House With Craig Cambell

"This is my first time in New York City. And I’m already kind of aggravated with all the horns and the jackhammers going on," he says as a drill, perched atop an adjacent building, hammers away at a seemingly endless task. Despite the noise, the Georgia-born musician looks ready to make some real noise throughout country music — but first he’ll have to tackle the Big Apple. With his Cayman boots shined up and Stetson tilted toward God, Craig shows us right away how cool he can be.

Check out Craig Cambell ‘In House,’ now on The Boot.

Photo by Damon Dahlen

In House with Dessa
"I get the skepticism," the 30-year-old Minneapolis-based artist tells  Spinner about people who don’t understand her genre-blending style, at  least on paper. "A lot of this s—- doesn’t sound so cool to talk about.  I could spend all day trying to pitch it and I feel like a used car  salesman. It just feels gross. I’ll give you two of what I think are my  best tracks, and then you’ll feel it and then we’ve got our answer."
Check out the full interview now on Spinner.com
Photo by Damon Dahlen

In House with Dessa

"I get the skepticism," the 30-year-old Minneapolis-based artist tells Spinner about people who don’t understand her genre-blending style, at least on paper. "A lot of this s—- doesn’t sound so cool to talk about. I could spend all day trying to pitch it and I feel like a used car salesman. It just feels gross. I’ll give you two of what I think are my best tracks, and then you’ll feel it and then we’ve got our answer."

Check out the full interview now on Spinner.com

Photo by Damon Dahlen

In House with James Morrison: ‘The Awakening’ Singer Shares How a Birth, Death and ‘Reality Check’ Changed His Music Forever
AOL Music Blog: Your newest album is entitled ‘The Awaking.’ What does that phrase mean to you in your life right now?James Morrison: For me it was the whole thing of waking up to life again. I felt like I  was in a box or a bubble for four to five years…It felt like I wasn’t in check  with reality. I needed to do normal things again. Catch up with my  friends. During that time, I had a kid. I had my little girl, she was  born and then I went on tour. I lost my dad…I felt  like I had woken up to myself as an artist and what I wanted to achieve  and do. I was more comfortable with who I was as an artist and wasn’t  embarrassed to be James Morrison.
Check out James Morrison ‘In House’ on AOL Music Blog!
Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

In House with James Morrison: ‘The Awakening’ Singer Shares How a Birth, Death and ‘Reality Check’ Changed His Music Forever

AOL Music Blog: Your newest album is entitled ‘The Awaking.’ What does that phrase mean to you in your life right now?

James Morrison: For me it was the whole thing of waking up to life again. I felt like I was in a box or a bubble for four to five years…It felt like I wasn’t in check with reality. I needed to do normal things again. Catch up with my friends. During that time, I had a kid. I had my little girl, she was born and then I went on tour. I lost my dad…I felt like I had woken up to myself as an artist and what I wanted to achieve and do. I was more comfortable with who I was as an artist and wasn’t embarrassed to be James Morrison.

Check out James Morrison ‘In House’ on AOL Music Blog!

Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

In House with Chairlift
Chairlift are finally back with ‘Something,’ the follow-up to their 2008  debut, ‘Does You Inspire You,’ which amounts to what geologists might  term an era in today’s fast-changing musical landscape. Since then, much  has evolved in the Chairlift camp. Several personnel shifts have led to  somewhat of a sea change in their sound, while founding member and  frontwoman Caroline Polachek’s star continues to rise.
Check out Chairlift ‘In House’ on Spinner.
Photo by Damon Dahlen, AOL

In House with Chairlift

Chairlift are finally back with ‘Something,’ the follow-up to their 2008 debut, ‘Does You Inspire You,’ which amounts to what geologists might term an era in today’s fast-changing musical landscape. Since then, much has evolved in the Chairlift camp. Several personnel shifts have led to somewhat of a sea change in their sound, while founding member and frontwoman Caroline Polachek’s star continues to rise.

Check out Chairlift ‘In House’ on Spinner.

Photo by Damon Dahlen, AOL

In House with Melanie Amaro: ‘X Factor’ Winner Shares Stories of Strength and Survival
AOL Music Blog: How did you celebrate when you found out that you won ‘The X Factor’?
Melanie Amaro: I went home and got the rest that I needed! I got some sleep, but I also  celebrated with family. I went back home and they had this entire thing  when I arrived at the airport with posters there and lots of people  were there and they took pictures and were like, “We love you!”
Check out the full ‘In House’ Q&A now on AOL Music Blog!
Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

In House with Melanie Amaro: ‘X Factor’ Winner Shares Stories of Strength and Survival

AOL Music Blog: How did you celebrate when you found out that you won ‘The X Factor’?

Melanie Amaro: I went home and got the rest that I needed! I got some sleep, but I also celebrated with family. I went back home and they had this entire thing when I arrived at the airport with posters there and lots of people were there and they took pictures and were like, “We love you!”

Check out the full ‘In House’ Q&A now on AOL Music Blog!

Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

note: loading more posts will reset any filters applied
More