Future is one of the most talked about MC’s today whether it involves his music or personal drama with ex-fiancee R&B singer, Ciara. The Atlanta rapper recently called out her husband NFL player Russell Wilson for “not being a man" in their relationship.
Despite his comment putting a sour taste
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Ok, let me be the first to say that I'm embarrassed that I've never heard of Willie Dee. While watching the Hip-Hop Evolution series on Netflix, his name was brought up in "The Southern Way" episode. I learned that Willie Dee is a member of the
On Monday, January 7, a press conference was held for 12-year-old rapper Corey Jackson after being detained by police on Oct.6. Alongside him for support was Attorney M. Davis, his mother Laura Johnson, father Cornell Jackson, Lil Boosie, and several community leaders. The young MC who also goes by Corey
Do you know when hip-hop was born? Do you know the "Holy Trinity" of hip-hop? No? It's all good, here's a quick lesson. Hip-hop was born August 11, 1973, at 1520 Sedgewick Avenue in the Bronx.
A man named DJ Kool Herc hosted a back to school jam where he
In the early 2000s, B2K was the boy band that every girl loved. I remember my collection of posters of the group when Word Up! Magazine was the hottest teen mag out. On April 5, fans will get to see B2K join forces for the first time in over a
With three days left until the new year, I’ve been thinking about all that I want to accomplish this year. Some of my goals include taking writing classes, learning more about hip-hop, and much more. While writing down my goals for 2019, I was listening to Young Thug’s “Digits.”
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On Dec.7, singer Stefon4U held a listening party for his latest album, Bae Deluxe at The Venue.
Stefon4U has been under the wing of radio host and "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" cast member Yung Joc for some time now. Yung Joc and fellow castmates Stevie J, Lil Scrappy,
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“Oooh, ladies first, ladies first!
Oooh, ladies first, ladies first!”
It's the sound that I hear when it comes to women in hip-hop. Queen Latifah said it best in her 1989 hit record “Ladies First” featuring Monie Love. I can see why it had such an impact on women in
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It’s exciting to see 21 Savage's consistent growth in the hip-hop game. After his 2017 releases of Issa Album and his collaborative project with Metro Boomin and Migos’ Offset, With Warning, 21 Savage is back with his latest project. After visiting his Motel 21 listening
U can't touch this!
Man, there was a time when MC Hammer had the rap game on lock. In 1990, he released his hit record "U Can't Touch This." With those parachute pants, dope ass dance moves, and tram line haircut, MC Hammer was cooler than a fan.
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