(AllHipHop News) Hot 97 Morning Show co-host and admitted Hip Hop nerd Peter Rosenberg, along with Ecko Unltd release the new mixtape, New York Renaissance. Nearly all of the burgeoning New York MC’s and producers of the past few years are featured on the mixtape. The list includes, but is not limited to, Action Bronson, A$AP Rocky, Joey Bada$$,… Read more »
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(AllHipHop News) Since it’s inception, XXL’s “Freshman Class” cover has sparked debate. This year’s classmates are no different. Action Bronson, Schoolboy Q, Travi$ Scott, Trinidad James, Ab-Soul, Joey Bada$$, Kirko Bangz, Angel Haze, Logic and Dizzy Wright and Chief Keef are set to blow this year. Check out the behind the scenes.
(AllHipHop News) It has been a long tradition in Hip-Hop for fans to argue over which rapper had the best verse on collaborations and posse cuts. Barber shows and internet forums have been the sites of heartfelt, heated discussions like: Which Juice Crew All-Star (Big Daddy Kane, Kool G. Rap, Craig G, or Masta Ace) came on… Read more »
When you hear the word “Scion,” cars are likely to come to mind first, but in an effort to use their globally recognized brand to help develop other endeavors, Scion has created the Scion AV Open Mic concert series. Scion AV’s Open Mic series has been bringing monthly free shows featuring strictly the hottest current… Read more »
(AllHipHop News) Fresh off landing the #1 song in the country with “Thrift Shop,” Seattle natives Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have been tapped to participate and perform in Warner Music Groups 2013 SXSW showcase dubbed Warner Sound. The duo, who has been selling out shows across the country for nearly two years, will hit the stage… Read more »
(AllHipHop News)Last night (January 3), Curren$y performed at the famed SOB’s venue in Manhattan, New York. While Curren$y performed a host of his own personal and fan favorites, he also managed to bring out Styles P, Stalley and Smoke DZA to perform collaborative tracks. Also in attendance to make special guest appearances were Lupe Fiasco, Mickey… Read more »
DEAD? WRONG!: WHY NEW YORK HIP-HOP HAS NEVER DIED