Clearly DMX is not a fan of Nicki Minaj and didn’t hesitate to voice his opinion. Though he’s not a fan, he will however tolerate her music if it’s already on.
“I don’t really listen to her. I tolerate it, if it happens to come on the radio or if her music is in somebody’s car playing, but when she’s like “Waikikiiiiiiii,” I’m like “there’s no f***in way I’m ever going to listen to this b***h again under no circumstances,”
First single off Stu Bangas and Brutal Music presents: Lateb “Live Brutal” dropping October 11th. The album’s produced primarily by Stu Bangas with assistance by Vanderslice (of Brutal Music), Snowgoons and Sicknature. It features Reef the Lost Cauze, Esoteric, Copywrite, Chief Kamachi, Slaine and Lateb’s group Heddshotts.
Lateb (pronounced Luh Teb) hails from Connecticut via Massachusetts and is currently in Massachusetts ’ Walpole Penitentiary doing a 5-year bid.
Geoff Barton, Classic Rock’s Editor At Large, will be the subject of an hour-long programme on Planet Rock this Sunday (August 21).
Planet Rock presenter Rob Birnie will talk to Barton about his career in the music press on My Planet Rocks, which is broadcast at 7pm.
Now in its seventh series, My Planet Rocks has seen some of the world’s greatest rock stars take to the airwaves.
Since the series first began, the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson, Lemmy from Motörhead, The Who’s Pete Townshend, Meat Loaf, Alice Cooper and the late, great Ronnie James Dio have all taken control of the radio station for an hour to play their favourite songs and talk about their greatest influences.
Now they’ve had to scrape the barrel by interviewing Barton!
The Sony Award-winning Planet Rock reaches 827,000 listeners each week in the UK.
Nightwatcher is reporting that progressive rock supergroups Yes and Asia are teaming up to tour North America this summer. Steve Howe, who plays guitar in both groups, will double up during the shows and Yes will feature on/off bandmate Rick Wakeman’s son Adam and Benoit David, a Canadian singer, who will replace ailing frontman Jon Anderson.
The new dates, which begin in Indio, California in June, come two months after Yes scrapped a planned tour of America, citing “unforeseen medical reasons”.
Bassist Chris Squire was reportedly admitted to the hospital on February 9 with an unspecified medical emergency which required surgery on his leg.
The unlucky group was forced to postpone dates in 2008 after Anderson suffered a severe asthma attack and was subsequently diagnosed with respiratory failure.
The singer has made it clear in recent blog posts he is unhappy with the fact his bandmates are touring without him.