He’s come a long way from Common Sense. Chicago native son Common has released 10 studio albums, won a Grammy,
Cool C was set to be executed today by lethal injection. However, he will get to live another day after
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It’s safe to predict that 2015 will be an interesting year in hip-hop. With scandals, beefs and the return of
2014 was a rather down year for rap albums. Hip-hop album sales were down overall and Iggy Azalea was somehow
Chuck D has served as the voice for hip-hop for more than 25 years. He continues to be vocal on
T.I. has responded to Q Tip’s Twitter lesson to Iggy Azalea. Over the weekend, Q Tip presented Iggy Azalea with
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K Camp is making a name for himself as one of the top new rap artists to hail from Atlanta.
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Big K.R.I.T. shares thoughts on first hearing Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse.
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Big K.R.I.T. recently spoke with rolling out and revealed why he calls himself, “King of the South.”
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