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Iggy Azalea's 'Monster Outbreak Tour Visits NYC

From start to finish, the allure of Iggy Azalea, motivated hundreds to visit New York City’s Irving Plaza. Dominated by carefree laughs, abounding spirits, and an eager audience, the atmosphere promised a delightful event. Once the curtain rose to reveal, Hotel Iggy, instantaneous applause consumed the theater. IGGY, IGGY, IGGY—the boisterous chant abated as DJ… Read more »

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YG's 'My Krazy Life Tour' Rocks NYC

Recently, YG’s ‘My Krazy Life Tour’ rocked New York City’s, Irving Plaza. The capacity crowd demonstrated how much the Big Apple appreciates the West! Washington D.C.’s, Fat Trel,accepted the challenge of opening the show. Gripping the mic, the MMG signee demanded, “Y’all f*ck with Maybach Music?” The rhetorical question was emphatically answered by the crowd’s zealous response…. Read more »

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AllHipHop Covers Elliott Wilson CRWN With Future

Last night Atlanta media, music executives, and fans packed out the Plaza Theater to listen to  Elliott Wilson’s CRWN “A Conversation with Future”. It was an entertaining and intimate interview where Future opened up about his journey, inspiration, collaborations, and work ethic. Elliott opened up by saying he had heard “Move That Dope” 27 times… Read more »

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Video Exclusive: Skeme Broaches Artistic Growth

Videographer: Frsk Purple Granting unprecedented access, AllHipHop.com was backstage at the Dom Kennedy’s ‘Get Home Safely’ concert. While situated in the greenroom, a composed Skeme, gives the concise yet candid video exclusive: On Artistic Growth from DopeHouse to Ingleworld “It’s a real growth thing in general. When the first mixtapes that came out I was all… Read more »

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Hustler’s Ambition: 50 Cent’s 10 Best Business Moves! What Do You Think?

While it was Jay Z who famously rapped, “I’m not a businessman, I’m a business man,” the lyric is certainly not exclusive to just him.  From Russell Simmons to Sean “Diddy” Combs and many others, Hip-Hop has come a long way solely on the strength of entrepreneurial spirits.  Additionally, music alone is obviously not generating… Read more »

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