Every year, February marks the beginning of one of my favorite times of the year: Black History Month. Now, we
Photo credit: Ant G (artist owned) Hippie culture in Hip-Hop can be traced all the way back to it’s roots.
Georgia is scorching hot right now. No, I’m not talking about the weather, but in a way I’m still referring
When it comes to Arizona, the state isn’t traditionally known as a hotbed for Hip-Hop talent. Granted, artists like Injury
Hollywood, California. It’s a place where stars are made and dreams come true. We’ve all heard about the marvelous film
Thugs need love too. You heard 2Pac and every other rapper who ever laced a mic say it over the
Low-Fi Hip-Hop has always been around, but has had sort of an uprising the last few years. After providing the
No matter how much the purists try to push and pry, club music will always have a place in Hip-Hop.
Hip-Hop has come a long way since the beginning. Remember the days where smoking weed and getting too raunchy were
There could many ways to put this, ways more euphemistic and pleasing to the ear–but I’d rather keep it a
When it comes to promoting a project, the more attention the better. Sometimes, artists opt for the fake marriages and
Las Vegas is scorching hot, plain and simple. With names like Richie Bux, Kiari The Stone, Le$LaFlame and more grasping
If you’ve been paying attention, then you’ve probably noticed the slow but noisy rise of a mouthy Midwest wordsmith named
You know, I’ve never quite understood the animosity between the Hip-Hop world and it’s direct predecessor, Electronic Dance Music. Yes,
New Jersey has been on a bit of a wave in the recent months. Sure, you’ve seen the wild year