West Coast Phenom Warren G (@regulator) Speaks On Drake/Meek Beef and His New EP

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West coast legend Warren G sat down with me for Black Sports Online and #PTP (Past the Pen) to discuss his newest EP entitled “Regulate…G Gunk Era Part II” which hits stores Aug. 6.

In addition to the EP, Warren also told us about a US tour he is about to embark on. Warren G also spoke on an unreleased song on the EP ft. the late Nate Dogg, and even offered his opinion on the Drake and Meek Mill beef.

Check out the interview here.

Brandon Armstrong (@BdotAdot5) Talks To #PTP About Being on ESPN & More

IMG_-e2uuykWorking for Black Sports Online has been such a great experience and has given me the chance to interview a few notable names in the sports and music world. Today I had the pleasure of talking to my longtime friend Brandon Armstrong. You probably know him from all his goofy social media videos on vine, twitter and IG but I assure you, BDotADot5 is more than just a funny guy. He’s a smart, business minded individual with his eyes on the prize. Check out this exclusive interview and share your thoughts!

Check out even more of BDotADot’s funniest moments on his youtube page HERE

Dominique Wilkins Shares Opinions On Hawks New Uniforms, Players

dominique-wilkins-dunkIt was a special occasion when I got to sit down with NBA and Atlanta Hawks legend, Dominique Wilkins. While helping out the Allstate “Champions of Good” program, Wilkins had a few moments to chat it up about his basketball career and the current state of the Atlanta Hawks franchise.

It’s wild because after covering the Hawks games this season, I saw Wilkins often but never had the chance to speak to him. Wilkins was very nice, comical and friendly and was a pleasure to interview. I was very honored to do the interview on behalf of BSO and Past The Pen.

In the interview, Wilkins speaks on his favorite dunk contest, being in the shadow of Michael Jordan, the Hawks new uniforms and more. Wilkins also drops a few gems about the NBA in the 80s compared to now. Check out the interview below and feel free to share.