BABY GIRL BETTER KNOWN AS AALIYAH…IN DISCUSSION...
She was the com­plete triple threat who cap­tured our hearts. She could sing, dance, and act.
LGBTQ+ AND HIV/AIDS ORGANIZATIONS TAKE ACTION...
In the after­math of rap­per DaBaby’s homo­phobic and aid­sphobic com­ments at Rolling Loud and his...
REVIEW | MARY J. BLIGE’S ‘MY LIFE’ COMES TO...
The queen of hip hop soul opened up recently about the leg­acy of argu­ably the most
INTERVIEW | VETERAN HIP HOP JOURNALIST AND...
It is hard to believe that it is has been thirty years since the release of
IN THE WORDS OF MARVIN GAYE…WHAT’S GOING ON:...
The quint­es­sen­tial socially con­scious album offi­cially turns fifty. I am talk­ing about none oth­er than...
INTERVIEW | OMAR CRADDOCK: CAN’T STOP WON’T...
The inter­sec­tion of sports and hip hop is well doc­u­mented and every­one from Deion Sanders to
INTERVIEW | MEET SOUTH LONDON RAPPER...
With music in his blood as well as a strong inde­pend­ent spir­it is what cat­egor­ic­ally defines...
DMX — REST IN ETERNAL PEACE (18/12/70 —...
Famed hip hop schol­ar Dr. Regina Brad­ley often describes the idea of hip hop sens­ib­il­it­ies which
MARY J. BLIGE: SURVIVOR
The Queen of Hip Hop Soul is solid­i­fy­ing her long over­due place among the best of
TUPAC SHAKUR ‘ALL EYEZ ON ME’ : 25 YEARS
It was the pro­ject that marked the begin­ning of the end while also becom­ing the quin­tentisi­al