Why is Black Thought considered an “underrated” MC? As co-founder of The Roots, he is a Grammy-award winning rapper with 11 albums under his belt and a career that spans 20-plus years. He’s toured the world 10 times over and he’s broadcast into millions of homes every weeknight thanks to his Master of Ceremonies gig […]
Seventeen years ago we lost one of the most lyrically proficient MC’s in The Notorious B.I.G. While it seems there isn’t anymore unheard music for us to consume, we thankfully have gotten a better idea about the late, great Frank White through the words of people who really knew him.
Tomorrow (January 17), the 1992 Hip-Hop classic film Juice will be celebrating its 22nd anniversary. In support of the milestone and to capture the film’s impact on the culture, Myspace has released an oral history of the film built from the comments of those who were involved.
Seven years of throwing a consistently dope event is a feat for any site. That said, Okayplayer, 15 years in the game, had a lot to celebrate last night at Brooklyn Bowl.
When The Combat Jack Show interviews someone, you know it’s going to be thorough. The latest guest of the #Newmanati crew was legendary Brooklyn MC and Juice Crew member Big Daddy Kane.
Keeping a fresh look is essential to any rapper’s bravado. Well, not always. But in most cases, MCs tend to sport a fresh look from head to toe. Most would agree that this isn’t possible without a proper haircut.
The 1st annual Snkrbst showcase goes down tomorrow (May 19) in New York City and will feature performances from Kool G Rap, Big Daddy Kane, Joe Budden, Vinny Cha$e, Underachievers and more. Hosted by Angela Yee of Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club and Natalie of Nina Sky, the event will celebrated the launch of Snkrbst (aka Sneaker Beast), a brand […]
That boy Nardwuar is moving on these digital streets, as footage of his latest SXSW encounter surfaces. This time Pusha T is the subject of The Human Serviette’s in depth line of questions. Among the topics discussed were Pusha’s love for Big Daddy Kane, his favorite fast food joint in his native Virginia, and more.
Founded by New York producer Marley Marl and late radio personality DJ Mr. Magic in Queens, the Juice Crew featured some of the most influential MC’s of Hip-Hop’s “Golden Age” of the 1980s.