Brian Zisook is the VP and Editor-in-Chief of DJBooth. Over the past 13 years, Zisook has conducted more than 500 interviews (including Kanye West, J. Cole and Kid Cudi) and written more than 12,000 articles. Career highlights include exchanging emails with JAY-Z, smoking a cigar with B-Real at the Playboy Mansion, and watching Big Boi record at Stankonia Studios. Zisook would donate a kidney and both pinky toes for an André 3000 solo album.
"Understand, everybody didn't go to the store and buy records, but everybody's got a phone."
"It’s such a poverty way of like cheating to me."
Even though it's not a video.
The future is bright for Mr. Wes, with or without Mr. West by his side.
From 'Goblin' to 'Grinch.'
And he's recorded four over the past two years.
We asked. He answered.
Everyone starts somewhere.
This news should come as no surprise.
'Queen' is a different story, though.
Now comes the hard part: staying rich.
"I actually made 'APESHIT' and 'Stir Fry' in the same day and hour..."
Miller's next single is going to be an all-star affair.
No new album, no problem.
Last name Ever—first name Greatest?
The iconic producer says Rhymes' long-awaited 10th studio album will be released before the end of 2018.
Brown reveals that the decision to spend $70,000 to clear samples for 2016's 'Atrocity Exhibition' put him in debt.
'Beast Mode 2' is comprised of nine tracks, some of which were recorded as early as 2016.
The Drake co-sign is worth A LOT.
To date, Drake has moved a whopping 148 million equivalent units as a lead artist.
Otherwise known as sample clearance.
'Tha Carter V' is finally on the way—maybe.
In a series of tweets, the veteran singer-songwriter calls out Pusha-T, defends 40 and puts Kanye on blast.
West says he had more to say about slavery but decided to bag a few "sensitive" bars.
Hov throws one up for Rock.
Lord have mercy on Drake's soul.
"I want my album to be that one—if you’re making a time capsule you have to throw my album in there."
If only the record was as good as the single artwork.
Drake couldn't let those Pusha T bars on "Infrared" slide...
It's going to be a hot summer.
"Man, if we can't kill you in seven songs, we don't really need to be doing the music."
The biggest record of Eminem's career almost wasn't.
The sequel to their acclaimed 2015 mixtape is around the corner.
Same coke raps, new title.