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Exclusive: Police Source On JMJ Murder

One year after the murder of one of the most influential DJ’s in history, the entire Hip-Hop community wonders why our heroes have been murdered and the cases never get solved. The Jam Master Jay case has exposed things that otherwise would have never been known about the characters of certain people in the music… Read more »

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Ron G: Still Rollin

Is your current single lagging on the charts? Do you want to get your radio spins up? Then you might want to refurbish that song with a re-mix. Look no further than DJ/producer Ron-G. As a youth, he took on the title "Youngest In Charge" and he not only took charge – he changed the… Read more »

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Jay-Z: The Black Album Preview

Jay-Z insists that after the The Black Album, the curtain finally falls on his illustrious career in hip-hop music. Reclining comfortably at Bassline Studios in Manhattan, with engineer Young Guru, Hov quipped with a group of journalists and media heavies. At a listening session for his latest, Hova revealed the soundtrack to his victory lap… Read more »

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Havoc: Sonic Blaze Pt. 2

AllHipHop: What’s the state of the group and where are you headed? H: Well, Mobb Deep is very much intact. We still here. We here to make Mobb Deep albums. Me and P are very focused-even more focused than ever. P is gonna make his solo joints. I’m going to make one too. We gonna… Read more »

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Havoc: Sonic Blaze

Mobb Fans have been patiently waiting and waiting and waiting for the next street soundtrack from The Infamous. The Queensbridge-bred duo left fans hanging since their last album, Infamy, way back in 2001. Die-hard fans of the group got their pallet wet with 2002’s Free Agents, the double album mixtape, which had enough heat to… Read more »

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C-Bo: Ten Lives

October 17th, 2003 will be a day that West Coast Mafia CEO C-Bo will never forget. In the early mornings after leaving a nightclub in Kansas City, he and artists from his record label were met with a barrage of bullets while they sat in their SUV. Miraculously, no one was killed, and no life… Read more »

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Cam’ron: The Rugged Individual

Cam’ron’s past is often overlooked. For instance, people don’t care to recollect that The Notorious B.I.G. wanted to sign the rookie. He also once spit bars with a shiney-suitless Murder Mase, McGruff and Big L (RIP) as a member of the Children of the Corn. Through his ever-changing career, Cam has shown many faces, all… Read more »

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Bow Wow: Man Child

Kids and hip-hop are an odd couple. On one hand, most people love kids when they are lil’ and adorable. However, when they begin to grow and that voice starts to deepen, the masses have a way of turning a deaf ear when they same beloved prodigy begins to spit about grown-up topics and matter…. Read more »

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Grafh: The Big Bang Theory

Grafh’s legend is already sprouting wings. The streets are buzzing, talking about the battle between the young Queens native and P.Diddy’s Da Band down at the Mixshow Power Summit in Miami. While there is no official word of a victor, the word is Grafh held it down all by his lonely. His mixtape, "The Bangout,"… Read more »

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Paris: Dead Serious

Paris remains. Despite a climate that’s not accepting of thinking man’s hip-hop, he remain. Even though his views are contrary to the establishment, he remains. AllHipHop.com took a second chance at picking the human revolution’s brain to see what makes him, him and what allows him to remain. ALLHIPHOP.COM: Why do you think we’re still… Read more »

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Kanye West: The Producer That Could Pt. 2

AllHipHop.com: What about other artists that are considered wack for doing something different? No I.D. had an album that was considered wack and it wasn’t…. KW: No I.D. and I are cool but don’t compare us on albums. He taught me how to make beats…you gotta hear my album. When you hear it, you’ll think… Read more »

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Kanye West: The Producer That Could Pt. 1

Renowned producer Kanye West is no stranger to the rap game. He knows rap lyrics very well, even appearing on 1999’s “What You Do To Me,” where he dumped a rhyme with the Infamous Syndicate (group consisting of Disturbing The Peace’s first lady Shawnna and now-Chicago DJ Teefa and). Not much to say about Kanye’s… Read more »

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The Youngbloodz: Music2DriveBy

When Dr. Dre tests out his beats, he jumps in the whip and takes his sounds for a ride. While great music has always been associated with the move and the road, hip-hop is only recently stepping up to leave the block. One of the innovators in this world of motion is the Atlanta duo,… Read more »

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