Posts Tagged ‘Ebro’
Through all of the great performances and surprises that were at last night’s Summer Jam XX, there is one that has every one asking the same question. “How did Papoose make it on the Summer Jam main stage?” After Kendrick Lamar finished his set, Pap slid on to the stage with a impromptu performance. Hit the jump to see Ebro gives the run down on what happened.Read More
We all know what happened last year between New York City radio station Hot 97.1 and one of the most prominent artist of today’s generation, Nicki Minaj. As last year, radio personality Peter Rosenberg hopped on the Summer Jame festival stage (a stage for introducing underground hype), and dissed Nicki’s record “Star Ships” (a record that sold over 7 Million copies); just moments before she came out to perform. In anger, Nicki pulled out of performing last minute, leaving many fans disappointed and the relationship with Hot 97.1 torn to pieces. Well today, just about 2 weeks before this year’s Summer Jam, Hot 97 program director Ebro got Nicki to come in and hash out all the old beef between Rosenberg, where the station and the music icon are now in a great space. Check out the interview after the jump and read more. (more…)Read More
In what seems to be a teeter-totter relationship, Nicki Minaj and New York’s HOT 97 are butting heads once again. After reestablishing their relationship during the annual Summer Jam concert, Nicki is now blaming the station and radio show host Peter Rosenberg for her very poor album sales, therefore she doesn’t want the station playing her music anymore.Read More
With all the controversy surrounding 2012′s Summer Jam, Hot 97′s Program Director, Ebro Darden, finally spoke out about the entire situation, including his phone call with Lil Wayne before he pulled the entire YMCMB from the show. He also discusses the rumors of Peter Rosenberg being fired as well as not caring about Nicki Minaj’s no show on Sunday night.
Check out the 3 different segments of the interview below:
Second part of the interview:
Final part of the interview: