North Carolina’s own Mark Steele is back at it starting off 2018 with a festive new visual. After making
BMG US is proud to announce the reunion of The CrossRhodes, the activist hip-hop/r&b group featuring three-time Grammy Nominated Recording Artist, Raheem DeVaughn, and
Someone who is starting to create some buzz for himself and certainly going about it right is North Carolina’s own
Since signing to Roc Nation in July, Jamla artist Rapsody has continued to make a case as one of rap’s strongest lyricists
Is it the voice? The piercing “ayo” introducing the record? The staple “doopdoopdoop” gun shot sound effects complementing the appropriate rhyme?
The saying goes, “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue,” and very rarely does one get all of
Murs and 9th Wonder gave fans a special gift on New Years’ Eve with their new collaborative project, Brighter Daze.
Murs and 9th Wonder decided to crash the year-end party with a treat of their own. The California lyrist and
Ras Nebyu gets soulful on his new track “Time” produced by the legendary 9th Wonder. If you’ve ever been to
Bishop Nehru has been making plenty of buzz online ovee the last year and he was even referred to as
We didn’t get a chance to formally review Rapsody‘s summer mixtape She Got Game, but trust us when we say
Rapsody keeps the high-profile collaborations coming, with this track easily boasting the most alluring names. Phonte handles the opening verse,
When hip-hop began as a subculture in the South Bronx in the 1970s, its practitioners were hardly setting out to
Rapsody is back (not to say she ever left) and her latest song is “Generation.” Rapping over some melancholic production courtesy
We don’t usually review mixtapes here at RESPECT., but it’s become near-consensus over the last couple of years that Big K.R.I.T. mixtapes