Two-9 is like Atlanta’s own Voltron in its mechanical make up, consisting of oft-solo rapper Curtis Williams and two groups Retro Su$h! (Jace and Ceej) and FatKidsBrother (Johnny and Dave). Sometimes operating as a group, other think tank of solo rhymers and producers, their approach is sometimes unique but always united.
Harlem’s Rugz D. Bewler and Philadelphia’s Dice Raw recently stopped through Sway In The Morning and held court with a fiery freestyle session.
Legendary Roots crew affiliate Dice Raw has a concept album on the way called Jimmy’s Back that explores the outstanding numbers of Blacks being imprisoned and its affects on the culture. Inspired by Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow, the project is accompanied by a visual piece (of the same title) that further explores the topic.
Ed: The guys of Rap Genius are back once again to deliver the goods on what made our ears perk up this week. This is the third installment of the Rap Genius’ Lyrics Of The Week presented by Hip-Hop Wired. Take it away, guys. This week in hip-hop saw the long-awaited return of a few major […]
Ed: We are perfectly aware of the fact that this is the second one of the week, let us cook. Take it away, Rap Geniuses. This week saw some big news in the hip-hop world. Action Bronson (a.k.a. the New York Times‘ favorite rapper) found a record deal via Left Brain of Odd Future, thus causing […]
Dice Raw of the legendary Roots has become the latest MC to lend his name and backing to a website. The member of the legendary Roots crew is promoting his new website DiceRaw.com. in an effort to showcase various solo projects. The new website will serve as the spot for fans of Dice to