Dame Dash: Revival

Despite his flamboyant public persona, Dame Dash’s image is reeling. It’s suffering in a way that would destroy most men. But, this is Dame Dash, the same person who contributed to one of the mightiest rap dynasties in Roc-A-Fella Records, brought out the fresh-to-def clothes, the liquors, the films, and every side venture that could […]

Nas: Open Book

Nas’ life is hardly an open book, but slowly, but surely the pages are starting to turn. The Queensbridge rapper has had a seismic shift in his life, priorities and has begun to let the public into his life. It started with his groundbreaking album Street’s Disciple. It offered songs with his father, odes to […]

45 King: True Spin

45 King is the Reggie Jackson of Hip-Hop. Whenever anybody needed that sound, that drum loop funk, that gusto – there was the 45 King’s name. His is a name that found its way onto all the big labels during the Golden Era: Wild Pitch, Tuff City, 4th & Broadway. The Bronx-born DJ went on […]

Ron Browz: One Track Mind

MC. Check. Official track credits. Check. “Ether”, the Nas direct shot at Jay-Z song shut down was a miraculous come up for Harlem producer, Ron Browz. The Uptown resident went on to get behind, “Last Real N***a Alive” by Nas, “Blow It Out Your Ass” by Ludacris, and “Playboy” by G-Unit’s own Lloyd Banks are […]

Jae Millz: Steppin’ Up

When P.Diddy calls you in to battle the best rapper in a house of young lyricists, you take the opportunity seriously. The success of battling Ness, On MTV’s Making The Band 2, led to Jae Millz landing a deal with Warner Brothers where he released the certified street banger “No, No, No” produced by Scram […]