There’s no denying that the breakout character of Fox’s hit hip-hop drama, “Empire,” is Taraji P. Henson’s character, Cookie Lyon.
I In part three of rolling out‘s discussion with Chicago hip-hop pioneer and teaching poet Geoffrey “Dr. Groove” Watts, he
With the success of their wildly popular original series Orange Is the New Black, Netflix is hoping to keep the
The Grammy Awards have always had a rather turbulent relationship with hip-hop. The awards ceremony only began to acknowledge rap
Legendary group EPMD recently blew through Chicago to give fans both old and new a taste of hip-hop’s golden era. Playing to a
Suge Knight will be facing years in prison after killing a man during a hit-and-run accident in Compton, California. According
Kanye West has reportedly sanctioned a White Frenchman using the N-word to sell clothes. According to Style.com, Jean Touitou of
Najee, the internationally renowned smooth jazz saxophonist and flautist, will be performing on Feb. 1 at the 26th annual Zora
In cities across America, a quiet shift is taking place that could mean a lot for hip-hop fans and artists.
Iggy Azalea may ruffle a few feathers with her latest interview. Recently, the award-winning rapper sat down with GQ magazine,
The hip-hop generation must thank the Rev. Jesse Jackson for the efforts he has made with valor, confidence and thoughtful
Within the past few days, the nation heard bold statements from rap artists Kendrick Lamar and Common. However, one rapper
The shockwaves of Malia Obama’s photo sporting a Pro Era t-shirt continue to reverberate across social media and now the
Kendrick Lamar created an uproar after the release of a feature article that was published in Billboard magazine. When asked
He’s come a long way from Common Sense. Chicago native son Common has released 10 studio albums, won a Grammy,
In hip-hop there is fine line between paying homage to a fellow emcee and biting an emcee’s style or lyrics.
In what looks to be a case of a disconnect between generations, media mogul Oprah Winfrey is coming under fire
It’s safe to predict that 2015 will be an interesting year in hip-hop. With scandals, beefs and the return of