J Cole talks Kanye, New Fans vs Old fans, Critics, Paula Abdul, Mixtape

www.hardknock.tv Exclusive in-depth interview with J Cole! Part 3 is here! J Cole talks Paula Abdul influence in new track “Work Out”. The conversation continues with Nick Huff Barili asking J if Pac was alive and they collaborated together what would the track be about. Think you know? Try again! Jermaine doesn’t like to be put in a box. Speaking of which, New Fans vs Old Fans is the next topic we hit, with J saying that his old fans have to give him room to grown but that he will always represent what the love about him. Cole says that some of his favorite artists never grew and that eventually he lost interest in them cause they stayed in the same lane their whole career. Any guesses whom he is talking about? I have a few! Lastly J talks about the deliberate plan to not over-saturate fans with information about his life + leak music every week for the last couple years because the album was not ready. Now that there is a release date you can expect to see a lot more of J COLE. COLEWORLD Sept 27th! If you haven’t done so, check out part 1 + 2 of this interview and Make sure to subscribe to www.youtube.com to get our latest videos! Get at us @Hardknocktv @NickHuff Peace!

Heavy T.O 2011 – Slayer Fans

Heavy T.O 2011 – Slayer Fans
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Heavy T.O – Day 2
Sunday July 24, 2011
Downsview Park, Toronto, ON

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Duo says new Heart songs dazzle fans as much as classics

Duo says new Heart songs dazzle fans as much as classics
Seattle rock legends Heart are beating their dynamic way into the hearts of Tulsa fans. The duo of sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson perform a sold-out concert on Friday at the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel …
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Ghost in the Machine plays Ground Zero in Spartanburg on Friday
Spartanburg-based hard rock and progressive metal outfit Ghost in the Machine was born out of a chance encounter nearly five years ago.
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Rock’s in a hard place
By all rights, the new Broadway play “The Motherf**ker With the Hat” should be a feather in a cap. Chris Rock heads up a strong cast including the excellent Bobby Cannavale and the sexy Annabella Sciorra. The playwright, Stephen Adly Guirgis, is a critics’ darling whose works — “Jesus…
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