Legendary Hip Hop producer Pete Rock has vowed to abandon Twitter following the release of King’s Disease III, the third installment of Nas and Hit-Boy’s ongoing King’s Disease album series. Boasting 16 tracks, as well as one bonus cut called “Til My Last Breath,” the project had social media buzzing—but not just because of Nas’ […]
Pete Rock slammed Diddy for using the “Chocolate Boy Wunda” moniker despite it being the legendary producer’s longtime nickname.
Legendary producer Pete Rock claimed drill rap “disrupts the soul” and said “nobody speaks up on this trash.”
Canibus takes a moment to REALLY put that Pete Rock situation in context. Nothing but love for his fellow Hip-Hop Legend.
It looks like beef has broken out between Pete Rock and Canibus, but there is more to this than meets the eye. Look at that that happened today…here:
Legendary DJ/Producer Pete Rock wants his money he says he is owed from mogul rapper Nas and says he will sue if necessary.
Learn about the money-earning Mt. Vernon king, Heavy D and the early Violator/ Bronx native show rockers.
Everyone hoped to see Jay-Z on Instagram, but when he hopped off, there was a lot of speculation. Now, there’s even more.
On October 8, The Hip-Hop Museum of Washington, DC is hosting a distinguished induction ceremony. Several legendary acts from the culture will be honored at the event.
“Hip Hop is America’s largest cultural export.”
AllHipHop caught up with Pete Rock, who was posted in the studio in New York brainstorming new music and beats. Read as we discuss his new project, his take on today’s rap game, recording “T.R.O.Y.” and Nas’ “The World Is Yours,” who he’d like to work with, his Jamaican roots, Kool Herc’s influence, and more!
THE ROOTS ANNOUNCE THE LINEUP FOR 10TH ANNUAL PICNIC
SEAN “DIDDY” COMBS IS OFF OF SOCIAL MEDIA?
SMOKE DZA, BJ THE CHICAGO KID ON THIS NEW PETE ROCK TRACK
SMOKE DZA LINKS WITH THE LEGENDARY PETE ROCK!
THE PRODUCTION LEGEND IS NOT DONE DEFENDING HIS VIEWS ON CURRENT RAP MUSIC
LIL YACHTY IS SMART!
THE LEGENDARY PRODUCER CALLS THE MEMPHIS RAPPER “HOT GARBAGE”
As the saying goes, “You don’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been.” Here is a look at notable events that took place in Hip-Hop this week from years past. If you’re having trouble viewing this Stackerdecks post: Click Here
PETE ROCK RECALLS WORKING WITH THE GREATS!