Photo: Hip Hop Wiki - Fandom The Lady of Rage born Robin Yvette Allen is a rapper, singer, and actress. Her hit single "Afro Puffs" was released in 1994. Her rise to fame came when her vocals were released on several tracks for Dr.Dre and Snoop Dogg's albums The Chronic and
Photo: us.napster.com Kilo Ali is an ATL legend. He brought hits to the city with his booty shaking sound and smooth voice in the 90s. In 1997, Ali released Organized Bass on Interscope Records. The album features some of his greatest records like "Baby, Baby," "Love in Ya Mouth," and "Show Me Love." Check
Photo: JetMag.com Johnny Kemp made his mark on the R&B scene in 1986 with the single "Just Another Lover." In 1988, he owned the #1 spot for two weeks with his hit record "Just Got Paid," which also made it to #10 on the pop charts. According to Billboard.com, that same year Kemp got a second top 5 hit with
Photo: Shadow and Act I've been gone for a minute, but I'm back with another Flashback Friday. Political activist Angela Davis interviews the legendary hip-hop artist Ice Cube about his Death Certificate (1991) album. Cube also discusses the difference between his AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted (1990) album & Death Certificate. Check it out
Photo: HotNewHipHop Educated Rapper, a.k.a. EMD (Jeffrey Campbell) from the legendary rap group Untouchable Force Organization (U.T.F.O.), passed away June 3 at the age of 54. According to fellow group member Mix Master Ice, EMD died at a Brooklyn hospital after fighting cancer. Photo: Hip Hop Wiki - Wikia “This is a All Out Cry For Prayer.