André 3000 is a bona fide legend and one-half of the iconic hip-hop group OutKast, but he indicates without equivocation
Rapper Big Boi claims he doesn’t care about winning Grammys anymore after having “trophy cases full” and still enjoys going
The entertainment community bid farewell to an industry giant, Timothy “Big Tim” Melchor, yesterday. A Buffalo, New York, native, Melchor
Do you remember when R&B singer J Rena won on BET’s “Welcome to Dreamland” a few years back? that was
On Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, Dr. Joycelyn Wilson, known simply as Dr. Joyce, a Georgia Tech visiting professor is offering
The end of 2016 is near and Christmas is finally here. On this day, families everywhere will be tearing
To understand why Atlanta is so important to American culture, it’s important to take a look back to a time
Atlanta’s thriving hip-hop and entertainment scene may have never happened without Organized Noize. The production trio (Rico Wade, Ray Murray
Last night was an incredibly epic evening not only for the three members of Organized Noize but also for Atlanta and
On Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, music executive Kawan “KP” Prather celebrated his Grammy nominations for Kendrick Lamar’s album and chart-topping single
L.A. Reid carved an undeniable niche in music history in the ’90s with his legendary La Face records, the label
TK N Cash made a name for themselves after releasing the focused track, “Mind Right,” in late 2014. The single
Though you may not know it, actor Keith Robinson (Dreamgirls, Get On Up ) is an accomplished singer-songwriter in his own right. A native
Goodie Mob's debut album might be the best debut in southern rap history and it represents that period in Atlanta’s
Spree Wilson explains how his influences shaped his sound. With the success of hits like his Afrojack collaboration "The Spark"
Andre 3000 and Big Boi's legacy was cemented long before Y2K, but that was the year they released their big,
Robert Glasper performs a mash up of “F.T.B” and OutKast’s “I think I’m In Love” at The Promontory in Chicago.
Jeezy celebrated the 10th anniversary of Let’s Get It: TM101 with an epic concert at the Fox Theater in Atlanta.
Cee Lo Green was barely 18 years-old when much of the nation first heard his voice on OutKast’s 1994 single,