From skills on the mic to the fans to the music business, these alphabetical entries prove how Hip-Hop is still a force to be reckoned with.
“It’s always a pleasure to see that people care about the kind of music I’m making because there are not a lot of people out there doing this kind of stuff.”
Listen to “Spazz Out” the new Travis Barker-produced Riff Raff track!
BOBBY SHMURDA’S GIRLFRIEND ALLEGEDLY BROUGHT HIM SHANK
NIPSEY’S LAWYER CLAIMS THE MC HAS A CODEINE PRESCRIPTION FOR “SEVERE STREP THROAT CONDITION.”
BALTIMORE POLICE DEPARTMENT MAY HAVE CONCOCTED THREATS OF GANG VIOLENCE.
DIDDY MAY LOSE HIS LIQUOR LICENSE IF CONVICTED OF CHARGES FROM UCLA ARREST.
The changes that these rappers went through (physically or artistically) got everyone’s attention!
Things that we see in our world today might make you double back and question, are we still in the Jim Crow era? Racism and classism sometimes seem to be just as bad as it was then! Taking place in the current day, look thru the eyes of a man who has seen a bit… Read more »
If it weren’t for quality music like this, James “J. Prince” Smith wouldn’t have been able to turn his Texas car lot into the iconic independent rap label (Rap-A-Lot Records) and Hip-Hop, as a whole, wouldn’t be the same undeniable force that it is today.
STUPID REPORTER ATTEPMTS TO GET INTERVIEW FROM DEAD GUY
While these albums may have been dissed and dismissed by many, there were some killer cuts on ’em that shouldn’t be overlooked!
Check out the new clip from D-12’s Bizarre, “I Can’t Feel My Face.”
After leaving N.W.A, Ice Cube went to New York and made music with Public Enemy’s production team, The Bomb Squad. The resulting album turns 25 today and hasn’t lost any of its momentum!
EMERGING MOBILE APP, SPIT16, GIVES BURGEONING MCS THE ABILITY TO REACH THE WORLD.
Hip-Hop has had its fair share of interesting moments, but these are some of the downright strangest!
Here are 10 rock albums every rap fan should own; great music has no boundaries!
There’s no such thing as “bad press,” and here are the top ten rappers right now which affirm that statement.
These shows didn’t bring Hip-Hop into people’s homes; they just proved it was already there!
Click here to find out which album takes the #1 spot!
Find out what real people the main cast of “Empire” is based on!
HERE IS DETROIT MC, JOVIE’S “MASS APPEAL.” SHOUT OUT TO THE LEGENDARY GANG STARR
THE SAUCE FACTORY’S, 5TH WARD JP DELIVERS “TOO MANY BOSSES,” DRIP OR DROWN!
“We’re exceeding all the expectations.” – Royce Da 5’9″
Today mixtapes can garner the same importance as the elusive début album. Queens Native, Jonathan “John Depp” Ruiz, continues erecting his creative legacy with his Should’a Been An Album mixtape series. Depp exudes a visceral talent that’s rooted in a celebrated Hip-Hop history. Standing firmly on two sturdy legs Depp refuses to look to a relative to… Read more »
CHAD B’S NEW YORK STRIP CLUB ANTHEM “THROW BANDZ” FEATURES JOHN DEPP AND DJ BIG O.
ILA AND KINGS TOMB OFFER THEIR UNIQUE INSIGHT ON “10 X 100”
CREATIVE DIRECTOR, KIANGA PETERSON,BRANDING ICON, ANDY HILFIGER AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR, KIANGA PETERSON, THE NICKI MINAJ, ‘MINAJESTY’ COLLECTION.
The iconic producer talks about working with Biggie and Tupac and his new instrumental album in AHH’s Lessons from a Legend series.
CHECK OUT THE NEW MIXTAPE FROM HUSTLE GANG ARTIST 5MICS!
DJ Butter is a veteran of the Detroit Hip-Hop scene and after speaking with AllHipHop; he gave us an exclusive with a new video clip.
Let the debate begin! The 20 best West Coast Hip-Hop albums of all-time.
“SLICK” IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT FOR THIS TRACK!
Ash Cash Brings The Motivation!
Silk The Prince has given us his new mixtape with the release of “The Road To Royalty.” This mixtape hosted by DJ Iceberg carries some great tracks. Tune in. Powered by Spinrilla.com
Billard presents us with his new EP titled “Love Day.” This EP features 4-tracks that all carry production from K.E. On The Track. Give it a listen here.
For almost 25 years, D&D Studios has played a part in Hip-Hop history. Even though it is gone now, here are some reasons it will never be forgotten.
Dino BAM gives us new music with “Stroke.” This is his follow-up to his feature on Wale’s “Festivus” mixtape. Give it a listen.
Fresh Moss presents us with two new tracks today titled “SF3” & “Understand.” These tracks are leading up to the release of his project, “Skinny Fresco Vol.3”. Tune in.
Zak Downtown brings us some new music today with “Hiatus.” Casey Veggies comes along on this new record as well. Give it a listen.
Sovren & Meez link up for a collaborative EP titled “20/20.” The Pittsburgh duo look to start the year off right with some solid music. Give it a listen here.
To start off the New Year, the Harlem born spitter Mooch releases another banger entitled “Gon Do To Me Remix” featuring Young Money’s own Cory Gunz.
The official version of The-Dream’s single “That’s My Shit” is here with features from T.I. & Trev Rich. This will be off his upcoming Crown/Jewel album and be on the look out for the official video that is on the way. Props to RESPECT
Silk The Prince brings in the New Year with his partner Kealo. The South Carolina tandem brings a flavor to the bass filled track as their diamonds dance away like the popular Vine sensation Meechie. This is an energetic track where both artists show off their catchy, punchline filled flows.
Clay James provides us with a new music video for his “Kool Water Intro.” Taken from his Kool Water EP executive produced by Savage Beats, this soulful track gets a fitting visual.
Broadway Dice’s latest release comes with a freestyle over “All About The Money.” Check out his solid verse on the track here.
Spoat brings us a new mixtape to close out the year with “Determination.” Take a listen to the Florida native’s 18-track project here.
Off-Rip brings us his new project titled “Don’t Show Up When I Blow Up.” Hosted by DJ Mo Beatz, Detroit is well represented on this project. Give it a listen.
Shineboy Mack provides us with a visual set for his remix to “CoCo.” Najee Morning joins him on this one as well. Check it out.
Lightshow drops off his new mixtape hosted by DJ Khaled titled “The Way I See It.” Packed with some awesome music and hard-knocking production, Lightshow wraps up 2014 strong. Give the project a listen here.
In its 14-year run, there have been a lot of great moments on “106 and Park.” But these are the most unforgettable.
Russell Simmons, Lazarus, and D12’s Bizarre are turning Hip-Hop on its ear. Click here to find out how!
Cypher Clique brings us a fresh new track titled “Rakim In 88.” The trio lays down some great lyrics on this one.
Doe Boy Kellz gives us a new anthem with “Droppin Off Dem Gramz.” Ca$h Marley joins him on this one as well.
Malik Ferraud gives us his new music video for “Infinity.” This will serve as the title of his upcoming album and is also the title track.
PA’s own Goldsmith links up with fellow 412 artists The Come Up & Beedie
Shineboy Mack links up with Najee Morning to give us his remix of “CoCo.” Take a listen to it here.
Semore Buckz ft. Swift Fetti “All About The Money”
Goop – Bananas (Feat. 5ive Mics)
Take a listen to Spenzo’s alternate version of his single “I’m So Sorry” with features coming from Meek Mill, Young Thug, & Maine Man.