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Master P: Big Business

Big business is the cornerstone of Master P’s success, but it’s been his artistry that’s made him the legend he is. But, while P acknowledges haters that pray for his downfall, he also recognizes the New No Limit Tank must roll on. Here, one Percy Miller discusses business, love & hate, his “bankruptcy” and his… Read more »

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Master P: Family Matters

Master P talks about the ups and down of having a foot in the hood and another in the boardroom. AllHipHop.com: What’s the status of the New No Limit, who do you have signed and where are you taking it? Master P: I’ma tell you something. My hustling skills are too good. They know where… Read more »

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Saigon: Another Opinion

What up y’all, my name is Saigon aka 96A0549 aka The Yardfather. I am a big fan of AllHipHop.com and up until today highly respected the views and validity of the site. Someone notified me today that there was a review of “Warning Shots” on the site. First of all, “Warning Shots” is not my… Read more »

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Scipio: Man Up

How often do you see one man willing to shoulder the burden of returning the West Coast back to Hip-Hop immortality? The man that has the talent and the gumption to take on such a venture has yet to even sign a major record deal. Scipio (pronounced SIP-PEE-OH) has thus far shown that the backing… Read more »

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Wyclef: Revelations

Wyclef Jean, aka “The Preacher’s Son” was recently in Miami shooting the video for his next single from The Preacher’s Son album, “Who Gave The Order” featuring Buju Banton. AHH’s Miami correspondent was on the scene to get Clef’s thoughts on the struggle in Haiti, our upcoming Presidential election, the possibility of a Fugee’s reunion… Read more »

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Jacki-O: Nature’s Rising

Jacki-O isn’t insulted by the comparisons to some of her raunchy peers. In fact, the chocolate mami takes it all as a compliment. Regardless of the persistent chit chat, Jacki-O has already established herself as a formidable competitor for the vacant female rap crown. Her song “Nookie,” managed to get folks in an uproar and… Read more »

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dead prez: Politics As Usual

With firebrand flows on topics ranging from reparations to revolution, in a way, the performance persona of dead prez is similar to that of President Bush’s view of morality in the world. Everything is black and white. Up close and personal, however, M-1 and Stic.man exhibit an eye for nuance. But don’t mistake the duo… Read more »

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Xzibit: Strong Arm Steady Is Here Pt. 2

AllHipHop.com: What’s up with you and Rhyme Night? X: The rhyme night is something that we doing out here to give some light to the artist out here that really don’t get any. The underground scene gets pushed around to that certain extent to clubs. I don’t really go out but for the simple fact… Read more »

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Xzibit: Strong Arm Steady Is Here Pt. 1

Since his last album Man Vs. Machine, blue collar lyricist Xzibit has laid relatively low. There were persistent rumors that he would never rap again after he was allegedly slashed with a broken bottle.There was the constant chatter ranging from Defari to Suge Knight. Suddenly, Xzibit’s grind has resurfaced partially with the visibility of a… Read more »

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Cory Gunz:  Slow Grind

“Big and Pac left…now Jay’s leaving is the reason I’m next” – Cory Gunz. The way blocks are buzzing about him similar to the early buzz on 50 Cent’s second stab at the rap game.  Call it a slow grind…The Drama King DJ Kay Slay in a recent interview projected that Cory Gunz would be… Read more »

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Drag-On: Back From Hell

AllHipHop.com: First thing, can you tell people about your new project, what people can expect? Drag-On: On this album, it’s just straight hard. It’s not being like too commercial. Got a few joints on there like "bang bang boom." Did a joint with Eve. The rest is just hard. Like straight up. I got like… Read more »

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Hip-HoPolitics

This story is a reprint from BET.com Electoral politics are a hot topic for the hip-hop community these days as many of it’s leaders are seeking to bear influence on the 2004 presidential election. Their goal is to effectively educate, mobilize and get young people out to the polls. The question is can it be… Read more »

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Prodigy: The Score

Longevity is not a common thing in Hip-Hop. Nor is consistency. Only an elite few artists can count themselves among those whose careers have lasted ten years or more.  Even fewer are those who have released more than five albums, each posting similar numbers. And fewer still are the ones who have accomplished this as… Read more »

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