The house that Pharoahe Monch and Guy Routte built has just strengthened its pillars with concrete centerpieces.
The Bobby Shmurda case has generated a ton of press with no action to release the struggling rapper from his Rikers Island holding cell. All eyes have been directed to Shmurda’s (born Ackquille Pollard) record label, Epic Records, to fork over the $2 million bail money after he created an enormous buzz and revenue stream […]
Speaking with Darryl Strawberry, Sadat X, and Ras Kass in recent weeks, The Combat Jack Show continues to kill it in the new year with its latest guest J. Cole.
After speaking with Jermaine Dupri and 9th Wonder separately at this year’s A3C Festival in Atlanta, the good folks from The Combat Jack Show sit down with legendary music executive Kevin Lyles.
Get ready for all-new episode of Combat Jack and Dallas Penn Go To The Movies.
Hip-Hop Wired is proud to present the inaugural episode of Combat Jack and Dallas Penn Go To The Movies.
Combat Jack, one of the most popular personalities today, has been a fixture of Hip-Hop culture in a variety of capacities. With his long-running podcast and radio program, The Combat Jack Show, and other ventures, the entertainment attorney and author had plenty to share at a recent TED Talk event in Brooklyn.
The Soundtrack Series, a live show and podcast that places a behind-the-scenes focus on music, kicks off a new show this Thursday (Nov. 21) at The Gallery at Le Poisson Rogue. For the upcoming show, some of Hip-Hop top journalists and proponents will share their stories about working within the genre and culture.
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.
Combat Jack stays scoring interesting subjects for his Internet radio show/podcast/destination. The latest artist to grace The Combat Jack Show was Foxy Brown, who made for some entertaining and enlightening conversation.
The Internets was waiting for this since Combat Jack dropped word of this special guest. The episode of The Combat Jack Show featuring Dame Dash is right here for your listening and educational pleasure.
Cultural pioneer Ralph McDaniels changed the landscape for Hip-Hop in 1983 when he created the first music video program exclusively catering to urban culture. Almost 30 years later, Combat Jack and the Newminati crew sat down with McDaniels to revisit the days of Video Music Box, his favorite moments in Hip-Hop and more on The Combat Jack Show.
Ralph Lauren doesn’t depend on Hip-Hop to stay financially viable, but his brand has certainly benefitted from the cool factor of our culture. Back in the day, MCs sought out Polo for the freshest digs. Raekwon sported the now infamous Snow Beach jacket in the visuals for “Can It All Be So Simple.” Grand Puba laid an Alpine […]
Combat Jack, Dallas Penn and compnay return with the continuation of last week’s conversation with Hot 97 programming director Ebro Darden. Oldman Ebro plays the background this time, allowing Joe Budden to sit on the hot seat.