Newport, Arkansas native Solo continues to build a respectable buzz as an independent artist. After releasing his first mixtape, Conceded,
Trap Beckham is well on his way to success. Don’t let his name fool you, his music is indeed different
Mike Will Made It continues to stand as one of the leading producers in music. He can craft Trap beats
In its ninth year of existence XXL‘s Freshman issue continues to be a hot topic of discussion in hip-hop circles.
The BET Awards featured great performances and memorable tributes. Before the show, rolling out spoke with several celebrities on the red carpet.
Hip-hop heads in Atlanta received a huge treat as Royce Da 5’9 performed his classic hits and songs from his latest album,
Hip-hop heads all around the city of Atlanta received a huge treat, as Royce Da 5’9 stopped by to perform songs off
Cymarshall is a Jamaican-born, English-bred lyricist who aims to give listeners a dose of love and consciousness. His music provides food
Piper Carter is the founder of the Foundation of Women in Hip Hop. The organization’s mission is “…to educate and empower
First of all, who let this happen? G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha T is gearing up to release his album King
Tayyib Smith’s new Institute of Hip Hop Entrepreneurship program, aimed at under-served youth, was recently awarded $308,000 to fund upcoming
Toward the end of a town hall meeting in Ho Chi Minh City, President Barack Obama took a question from
‘No Limit’ rapper Master P gave thousands of ATLiens a taste of New Orleans as he kicked off day two at
Day one of the 2016 Funk Fest was held at Atlanta’s Central Park on May 13. The event, sponsored by
Another person has come forward to substantiate allegations that hip-hop icon Afrika Bambaataa molested underage boys. A former member of
Cloudy with a chance of chill, that was the forecast for this past weekend’s Broccoli City Festival, which took place on
Rap icon Afrika Bambaataa has been described as a “pervert” by several men who claim that he has an affinity
Ryan Leslie is finding new ways to inspire the hip-hop community to become more aware of the importance of technology.
Rapper Bre-Z, known for her role as Freda Gatz on Fox’s drama television series “Empire,” is stealing the spotlight this season one