Well, when I interviewed Waka Flocka Flame awhile back he said Tyler, the Creator was gonna be on the Triple F Life album. Obviously that didn’t happen. But here we are with Tyler and Waka espousing hate along with Debo over a DJ Drama beat
Noisey has a pretty good interview with A$ap Rocky about playing a “trill JFK” in Lana Del Rey’s “National Anthem” video (above), In this interview Rocky discusses groping Lana Del Rey while filming “National Anthem”. I am a decent looking man. I have nice eyes. But I do not grope women unless I am already having sex with them and they are on the phone with someone they are related to.
But A$ap is dat pretty mfer so I imagine unsolicited ass-grabbing is situationally acceptable from him.
I watched the video several times to figure out when Rocky groped her. At first, I thought maybe he grabbed her boob because he really is never near her butt. But in the interview he definitely says “buns”. Whatever the case, Del Rey is on Rocky’s upcoming album LongLiveA$AP on a song called “My Bitch”, which drops September 11th.
I guess Waka Flocka Flame, and Pharrell are among the other guests according to this interview. No word if Rocky also groped Waka Flocka Flame but I would assume he would not because A$ap is not homophobic so therefore he is not repressing an existence of latent homosexuality.
I love it, yeah. I think you make a great JFK. How did it come about?
Lana wrote the treatment with me in mind. She wanted me to be the lead guy. Shit is like, everybody knows we got a thing for each other and we wanted to show that on screen. She’s a genius like…. nigga look at this bitch, I wanna fuck the shit outta her. Look at her she’s gotta be in her late 30s and shit… Err, Hello?
Waka Flocka Flame is showing an unprecedented accessibility for someone who makes such aggie music. Waka’s current campaign leading up to his new album the Triple F Life which drops June 12th has included talking to everyone from us, Spin, XXL and now GQ Magazine. FLEXXX!
Waka Flocka Flame trashes an art auction during this video for I Don’t Really Care. Trey Songs sings while Waka and some bikers hogtie people.
I’d like to think Mr. Flame is making a commentary on how he views the commerce of art. You know this is his Fountain. Or I’d like to think this video depicts Waka getting paid to ruin an auction by a disgruntled art dealer who lost a bidding war so they develop an elaborate robbery/ransom scheme.. Not sure which idea is more entertaining to me.
The Big Homie Waka Flocka Flame is on the cover of Spin Magazine. Below is a hilarious video of Waka taking over Spin Magazine. Waka makes executive decisions after reading Pitchfork, makes it rain on writers, innovates their review section and herbs someone for eating his hummus. FLEX!!
Mike Will is the Atlanta producer that laced Meek Mill/Rick monster “Tupac Back” song. This Spring Mike Will is set to drop a new tape called “EST in 1989 Pt. 2”. A follow up to a tape of the same name that dropped a couple years ago around Xmas.
“Back 2 the Basics” is off the upcoming tape and features BSM’s Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame.