The Stamp Albums: Hip-Hop from Dorothy features a bevy of Hip-Hop classic albums highlighting the past four decades of the culture.
Two of the most iconic artists that help defined our culture are receiving historical respect on their names. Nas and Janet Jackson are officially being added to the record books.
Beyond its dense production, muddied vocals, and pro-Black leanings, the record also retains its timelessness and kaleidoscopic lyricism.
Any artist who has enjoyed a 20-year career should have a worthy discography to their name and Redman is no exception to the rule.
Fans and peers alike universally agree that Dr. Dre is the best Hip-Hop producer to ever do it. From his early beginnings as hands-on sound with N.W.A and Death Row Records to his subsequent maestro position in the later years, so many artists have won powered by his guidance and at the least, released the […]
White rappers have evolved tremendously since the days Snow sold us all reggae huff in a Diet Coke can. Yelawolf’s new album, Love Story, is already garnering strong reviews for the Alabama native’s incorporation of other genres and still able to call it Hip-Hop.
Let the people tell it, Kendrick Lamar is 2/2 in the classic album department, coming off the heels of his first No. 1 album in To Pimp a Butterfly.
From out of nowhere on March 15, Kendrick Lamar’s new album To Pimp A Butterfly was leaked in clean version format and subsequently released in his original format. Despite the monkey wrench in plans, the rushed release has translated into a tremendous buzz and awareness campaign, most visibly on Spotify where it has broken records […]
With the past success of Time is Illmatic and inevitable box office winner in Straight Outta Compton, it’s clear that are still plenty of classic rap albums that need their own documentary.
Barring any sort of miraculous reemerged from the Frozen soundtrack, Big Sean is poised the nab his first No. 1 album for his fantastic third album, Dark Sky Paradise.
It’s completely understandable that the rap stars of today have carved their lane with classic mixtapes opposed to the groundbreaking retail releases. One-hit wonders still show up and now and then but if an entire collection of material catches on with fans, a real career is inevitably born. In lieu of Drake breaking all sorts […]
In Pop culture’s current microwave climate the word classic is thrown around within 15 minutes of a download. That word should probably be reserved for something that can withstand 20 years of criticism.