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Master P stepped up to Ebro in the Morning to discuss his return to music and a possible reality show on the way. The No Limit founder admits that he found a way to sell some music in music once again by focusing on the digital side of things. He also dodged a couple questions...
August Alsina explains why he is the way he is, and that's because of where he came from -- New Orleans. The singer also talks about staying true to himself and how his surroundings affects the way he operates: ( Video Production: @ThatVideoChick )
YG stepped up to Ebro in the Morning to clear up what exactly happened with his ill-timed beef with DJ Mustard. Speaking on that day, he explained that after learning of the original Instagram post the two ended up meeting up and fighting. “We fought, and we got it over with,...
This weather in the tri-state area has been brutal, I'm talking gut-wrenching, I'm talking about punch you in the face cold, can't feel your feet, face or body cold. The high for today is 26 degrees but this morning, it was at 8 degrees. Well, Ebro In The Morning decided to send...
Continuing a trend which began with Azealia Banks and Macklemore , the Ebro in the Morning team sat down with Uncle Murda to discuss a very important conversation surrounding race and equality in the United States. Uncle Murda went in depth on why he chose to point a gun at an...
Big K.R.I.T. passed through Hot 97 and got grilled pretty quickly on why he didn't show up to the station earlier. After the air cleared out Ebro in the Morning's Ebro, Laura Stylez and Rosenberg really broke down the success of southern music and why his music hasn't gotten the...
Rae Sremmurd stopped by to speak with Peter Rosenberg in a conversation which helps you understand the group a little better. The three sat down to speak on their recent success, the girls, fame, and the history of their culture especially rumors of Elvis being racist. Check out...
Love & Hip Hop's Cyn Santana passed by Ebro in the Morning and opened up about everything from the show, Erica Mena, and got personal with family issues. Take a look at the revealing interview below.
Nelly expressed his abundant love for music in 97 seconds. He talks about meeting up with the rest of St. Lunatics and starting his rap career from scratch. With out the help of big producers and rappers, the St. Louis rapper worked hard to get where he is today. Find out more...