It was my senior year of high school. A hot Memorial Day weekend, May 26, 1993. My cousin and I went to a see it at a theater that has long since closed down, The Americana. Patrons were being waved down with security wands, scanned for guns. It was an inconveinece that we didn’t even… Read more »
(AllHipHop News) Decensae White was the leading scorer on San Francisco State University’s basketball team, the former roommate of NFL player Michael Crabtree at Texas Tech University, and the star of a viral video that eventually made it’s way onto SportsCenter. The 25-year-old Pacifica, California native is now a murder suspect as well. NBC Bay… Read more »
Television audiences in the UK were surprised when Will and Jaden Smith, reunited with The Fresh Prince of Bel Air co-stars, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro to perform classics from the hit comedy series. The father and son duo, made a guest appearance on popular BBC program, The Graham Norton Show on Friday night [24… Read more »
(AllHipHop News) “Death To Molly,” are the final words on the screen at the end of Kendrick Lamar’s latest video for “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe.” Now the West Coast emcee is explaining the meaning behind his metaphorical killing of the present drug of choice for many in Hip Hop. “When everybody consciously now uses this… Read more »
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(AllHipHop News) After his Miguel assisted single, “Power Trip,” reached the Top 20 on Billboard’s Hot 100, J Cole is now revealing another superstar R&B act will also be on his upcoming album. While speaking with Charlie Sloth on BBC Radio 1Xtra, Cole revealed that he tapped 1990′s girl group TLC to add vocals to Born Sinner, but don’t… Read more »
(AllHipHop News) Who says female rappers can’t get along? Two young femcees that have been making waves the last couple of years got together to remake Jay-Z and Kanye West’s 2011 hit song “Otis” off Watch The Throne. Hustle Gang’s Iggy Azalea and Detroit native Angel Haze have been putting in work to create their buzz… Read more »
(AllHipHop News) For much of the 1990′s if you wanted to discover the next rising African-American comedy star all you had to do was tune into Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam on HBO. That Simmons executive produced program showcased some of the biggest stand-up comedians in the business like Bernie Mac, Dave Chappelle, Adele Givens, and… Read more »