Bogart’s Doughnuts represents the best doughnut shop in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Bogart’s phenomenal recipe for success…
Azealia Banks has thrown down the gauntlet. The brash emcee from Harlem took to Twitter to voice her opinion on the current crop of female rappers, and she made it clear that she feels that she stands alone and above all competitors. Banks tweeted that she feels that she has seperated herself from other young female rappers by not following trends.
There was no star more polarizing, provocative and omnipresent in 2013 than Kanye West. The rapper dropped his sixth album, Yeezus, and welcomed his baby daughter, North, into the world. But the superstar got more attention for his over-the-top interviews than for anything else he did this year, and for good reason.
Music is dead in 2013? Perhaps you should check out these albums.
Joe Budden’s lyrics reference his failed relationships, history of drug abuse, inner conflict and a host of other demons
In a genre that seems to owe more to Janet than Patti these days, Melanie Fiona is an artist who’s reputation hinges on that remarkable voice.
2012 was a banner year in gospel, with a wide variety of artists topping the charts and providing an inspirational backdrop in a year full of tragic mass shootings, natural disasters and the emotionally-draining mudslinging of election year politics.
Here are ten of the best indie hip hop releases from 2012, ranging from offbeat and quirky, to dark, to socially-aware—the DIY rhymers made major-level noise this year.
2012 was the year mainstream R&B became interesting again. Here are the 10 BEST R&B albums of 2012 in urban contemporary/hip hop soul/neo soul.
Learn to carve from five of the best pumpkin carvers on YouTube.