Here’s something smooth to play on your speakers. Production supergroup J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League mastermind an unconventional titled “Money Dance Show,” featuring Rick Ross, Mack Wilds and Camp Lo.

Production collective J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League delivered an album titled J.U.S.T.I.C.E. For All, featuring “Empire,” an intro track from Rick Ross and Drake.

Anniversaries aren’t always celebratory occasions. This past weekend (Feb. 15), Hip-Hop suffered through the fifteenth year without the Harlem rapper Lamont “Big L” Coleman. There have been plenty of rappers who have passed away with one or fewer albums released to general public but the 25-year-old rapper talent greatly reflected a young man who was […]

The 1990’s was a special decade for many reasons. Fashion wasn’t so jiggy, Michael Jordan was dominating the NBA with ease and Hip-Hop was living through a golden era. Those years birthed several classic albums that would go on to forever shape the culture. But alongside and sometimes behind those rappers who crafted those timeless […]