De La Soul talks new projects, their collab with Snoop Dogg …
De La Soul talks new projects, their collab with Snoop Dogg and performing from Bacardi House party at the Governors Ball:
This weekend saw the annual Governor’s Ball take place in New York where De La Soul, Bob Moses and The Knocks performed to thousands. De La Soul wowed the crowds as they took to the BACARDI House stage ahead of their new highly anticipated album.
Posdnuos, Dave and Maseo of De La Soul dish on the “why’s” and how Snoop Dogg came to be in the mix. The crew also speaks on the dynamic of merging a live band into their sound for the past 10 years.
De La Soul are joined by Electro Duo The Knocks and DJ Whutever as they discuss their new album, working with Snoop Dogg and fueling the hustle.
Three feet high and rising – and rising still. Ahead of their highly anticipated first album in over a decade, legendary American hip hop trio De La Soul sit down to discuss ‘and the Anonymous Nobody…’ an album purely funded by fans through Kickstarter.Posdnuos, Dave and Maseo of De La Soul are joined by electronic duo The Knocks as part of the BACARDI roundtable series to reflect on what fuels their hustle in the current music climate and how important this is when creating such masterpieces as ‘Me, Myself and I’ and ‘Eye Know‘.The panel discussion is led by DJ Whutever, and is a powerful rare insight into what makes musicians click and the key to their success. From working with the likes of Snoop Dogg and Damon Albarn to playing to thousands across the world the panel share their stories and how fueling the hustle help get them there.Bob Moses and The Knocks are both performing at the BACARDI Untameable House Party right next to the Bacardi House stage at The Governors Ball in New York over the weekend.At the Bacardi House Stage, performers like Duke Dumont, Jamie XX, The Knocks, Purity Ring, Vic Mensa, Thomas Jack, and more will be performing all weekend long.
Jerry Doby Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, and internationally published arts & entertainment journalist. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture as well as the United States Press Corps.