Big Daddy Kane

Project HOOD hosts Hip Hop Summer Fest

Pastor Corey Brook’s Project Hood group and associates came together to create the first Hip Hop Summer Fest in Chicago. Artists from the old school and

Jahi: A new voice for Public Enemy?

  Iconic hip-hop collective and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alum Public Enemy is responsible for providing countless classic hit singles, along with a string of gold

Big Daddy Kane on his new approach and the ‘old school’ stigma

Big Daddy Kane is one of the most revered artists in hip-hop, but, in a recent interview with RO, Kane explained why he feels that change is necessary and why he switched up his approach on his latest project, The Las Supper, a joint venture with the live band Get Lifted. Despite the classic hip-hop ethos of “two-turntables and a microphone,” Kane says performing and recording with a live band has completely freed him creatively.

Big Daddy Kane reflects on ‘It’s A Big Daddy Thing’

In 1989, Kane was riding the critical acclaim from his lauded debut album Long Live the Kane, and hit singles like “Ain’t No Half-Steppin’.” But in an exclusive interview, he reveals just how bittersweet the success of his first album turned out to be