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The Hip-Hop 50th Block Festival went down in the Bronx, on Sedgwick Avenue where it all started, Saturday, Aug. 12, and we were on the scene. Iconic MC’s like Mr. Cheeks, Grandmaster Caz, KRS-One, Peter Gunz, Pete Rock & CL Smooth and more, and even NBA point guard Kyrie Irving, checked in to salute the […]
Lovell Adams-Gray is not only a great actor, but he's also a damn good gamer.
We speak with Goodie Mob as they touch on their new music, Soul Food’s 25 year anniversary, Verzuz, politics, and their legacy as Atlanta legends.
Netflix's Altered Carbon 2's main character may be a dude, but it's all about the women. Specifically, the Black women.
Houston producer June the Jenius has been carefully forging relationships in the music industry long before producing YFN Lucci’s 2016 hit “Key to the Streets.” It’s just that now, everyone wants to know him.
Sorry To Bother You was one of the wildest and most talked about movies of 2018 and its star Lakeith Stanfield was all for the full frontal scene the script originally called for — but as you’ll see in this EXCLUSIVE clip, director Boots Riley decided the ween shot wasn’t necessary after all because Stanfield […]
The third season of Lifetime reality series The Rap Game is in the books, so what now for the winner Nova and the rest of the contestants? The best of the best are prepping to go on the SoSoSummer 17 Tour to showcase their talents across the nation under the watchful eye of So So […]
The image of Bryan “Baby” Williams rubbing his hands to together has become as ubiquitous as a rapper telling the world he owes them a check. While the ethics of Birdman’s business practices have come under fire, you know he’s still counting money regardless.
The Notorious B.I.G.’s (actually Puff Daddy’s) “Victory” is one of the late, great rapper’s most dynamic performances. So when Stevie J came through, we wanted to ask him about creating that masterpiece, instead of his reality show and real life drama.
Mahershala Ali and Theo Rossi, Cornel “Cottonmouth” and Hernan “Shades” Alvarez on Marvel’s Luke Cage, respectively, are both top-notch actors. Also, they are well-informed Hip-Hop heads that are most definitely part of the culture.
“[Luke Cage is the soul of any team he’s a part of because he believes in people,” says Cheo Hodari Coker, the creator and show runner of Marvel’s Luke Cage. “He brings out the best people around him but at the same time protecting people is his first impulse.”