In 2012, Hip-Hop legend and business mogul Jay-Z brought the Made In America music festival to Philadelphia, Pa., and every year since, the colossal musical extravaganza has brought us some of the biggest names across genres and has headlined artists who define the current culture.
Beef Becomes Cheese: Vince Staples Promotes Nola Rapper Reggi Bang Bang After Online Squabble Over NFC Championship
What initially began as an argument between two rappers, Long Beach’s own Vince Staples and New Orleans spitter Reggi Bang Bang, each fiercely loyal to their respective regional teams, is shaping up to be a collaboration between the pair. It all started Sunday when the NFC Championship game came to an end.
It’s another day, another play when The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week. As always, only the select few clips of cinematic goodness get burn around these parts.
While artists from Chicago, Atlanta and Los Angeles continue to hone some of the brightest young stars in Hip-Hop, New York isn’t too far behind.
Up-and-coming New Jersey artist, Pure, drops his anticipated mixtape Let Your Body Talk.
After making a splash with the release of the single, 20-year-old New Jersey native and NWEMG signee Kazzie (that’s an excellent name) hits the club to jam with Waka Flocka Flame to drop his new record “We Don’t F**k With That.”
South Central native, Cartie, lets loose the first single from his upcoming mixtape “Poster Child” with help from Mike Will Made It.
Actor-turned-rapper Rick Gonzalez, professionally known as Realm Reality, drops his first project under Infamous Records called In The Grind, We Trust.
Are pretty girls nothing but trouble? Don’t ask Velous and Torch if you want to know the ugly truth.
Mike Check (real name, no gimmicks) drops his brand new mixtape, Stars Dreams, And Elbow Grease.
Standing tall at 6’5″, Steelyone and Bone lets loose a new video for “S-550.”
Seth Narley originally made a name for himself after appearing on A$AP Rocky’s “Grippin Woodgrain.”