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(AllHipHop Features) NORE has been heralded as one of the most enduring, and often times controversial rappers ever to be produced. However, those ill times happened quite a few years ago. Now, NORE along with DJ EFN celebrate a supreme transition as their show “Drink Champs” enters into its second season on Revolt. AllHipHop caught up with the OG’s and they discuss a myriad of topics, including agism in Hip-Hop, dealing with mumble rappers, how Jay-Z made emcees step it up and other issues facing the ever-changing Rap Nation. Is “4:44” Jay’s best album? Is there beef with Young Thug over slime? What does the Drink Champs do for older rappers? And, NORE has few choice words for Pharrell. Get all of this and more in this exclusive interview. Continue reading

Drink Champs: The Road to Revolt TV

Here’s a sneak peak at N.O.R.E., DJ EFN and the team’s lead up to the Revolt tv announcement. The guys head to Vegas to meet with the Bad Boy Reunion tour, then to Revolt Music Conference, all culminating in the soon to be released sit down with Puff Daddy himself. The guys link with the likes of DMX, The LOX, French Montana, Floyd Mayweather, Taxstone, Cassie and a lot more. Continue reading

ALLHIPHOP: N.O.R.E. & DJ EFN’s ‘Drink Champs’ Podcast Headed To Diddy’s Revolt TV

(AllHipHop News) Congratulations are in order for N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN.

The duo’s Drink Champs podcast will be broadcast on Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Revolt TV in 2017.

Drink Champs is a movement and a revolution. It’s the new way artists deliver information and an even better way for our supporters to receive it,” says N.O.R.E. “I’m proud to partner with Revolt and work with a bunch of old friends and to continue to motivate and change people’s lives.” Continue reading

VARIETY: DRINK CHAMPS X REVOLT TV X CBS

The blending of the TV and digital worlds continues. Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Revolt TV is bringing hip-hop podcast “Drink Champs” to the channel.

“Drink Champs”, which launched in January 2015, brings together Queens rapper N.O.R.E. and Miami hip-hop pioneer DJ EFN for a weekly(-ish) talk session. Special guests like 50 Cent and Rick Ross come on, stories about the old and new days of hip-hop are exchanged, and drinks are consumed. The podcast now has more than five million listens per month. Continue reading

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