My favorite rap group that never existed? The Hip-Hop Dalmations. Fight me.
Aliya S. King’s True Hip-Hop Stories: That Time I Pretended To Be A High School Kid For A Story On Lady Luck
Author and journalist Aliya S. King shares a story on her time working for The Source
VH1 finally premiered The Breaks. And it was dope. Now if VH1 would kindly finish the damn story I'd appreciate it.
This is not a list with Future on it.
Preparing for some very awkward conversations
Panama does some investigative reporting to answer an important question: who robbed Warren G on "Regulate"?
I'm Black, y'all! Black y'all! Blackity Black, yo I'm Black!
All that syrupy greatness in my Houstonian orbit -- living down the street from Bushwick Bill, having Paul Wall show up after school to pick up his manager/my middle school P.E. teacher -- and I still didn’t listen to much rap.
Logic's album Under Pressure is great. But it sounds a bit too familiar. This is a problem.
People often blame the South's rise for the demise of hip-hop. The truth is, one of NYC's own helped usher in that demise that New York hates so much.
Hip-Hop is one of the most educational tools running amuck in these streets. And to prove it, Panama explains a few things he learned from listening to hip-hop!
Social media was all aflutter when ELLE Magazine's (Blackity Black Black Black ya'll) fashion ed...
You do have to wonder why the answer to "Who's the next big thing in rap?" often seems to be "a rapper who can't actually rap."
***Hello, everyone. This is your Champ here, and I'd like to welcome my homie Nat Lavender to the...
On the strength of hisÂ Ether-related "comeback," there are few albums I anticipated more than...