Following Bruce Jenner’s shocking yet enlightening and sentimental gender revelation interview, it goes without saying that everyone who caught wind of it had an opinion on one of the biggest stories 2015 will be remembered for.
In 1987, EPMD (credited as EPEE MD) debuted with their groundbreaking 12” “It’s My Thing/You’re A Customer” on Fresh/Sleeping Bag Records. While it was just one of numerous classic singles to drop that year it would have even more impact the following summer when both songs were on the 10 song opus Strictly Business.
Kevin Hart asked a trio of OGs rhymers to create the theme song for his new stand up comedy film Let Me Explain. As a result, we receive the title track by Snoop Lion, featuring Erick Sermon and Method Man, and its accompanying visual.
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.
It’s day five of the “Jordan XX8 Days Of Flight” campaign, and Jordan Brand commemorates its promotional efforts for the the Air Jordan XX8 (28) with another eargasm, this time by seasoned vet MC Lyte. Aptly titled “Jordan Effect,” the track features the Brooklyn lyricist utilizing her dexterous flow to praise the lineage of the infamous Air Jordan […]
Who says Hip-Hop doesn’t big up Father’s Day? FUSE caught up with a number of artist, including an allegedly high or drunken DMX, Erick Sermon, Sean Price and Jim Jones, to discuss their feelings about Father’s Day and fatherhood in general. “I think it’s special to have a father in your life,” says EPMD’s Erick […]
Umm, how did this topic even come up? Erick Sermon has been rumored to be the gay rapper (not that there is anything wrong with that) for years, but has always dismissed the notion as rumor. Now the Green-Eyed Bandit of EPMD fame says he doesn’t think he has ever ever worked with a gay […]
Erick Sermon is back with a new mixtape entitled Breath of Fresh Air. The EPMD frontman hits the streets with 23 tracks and features Rick Ross, KRS-One, 50 Cent, Method Man, Redman, Too $hort and more. Tracklist and download below. Download Here
“Supreme, lyrical beings.”-Keith Murray Sometimes in life, greatness is acknowledged, but is never truly recognized and respected. In the game of Hip-Hop there have been many formidable rappers that have never been able to fully shine the way they were supposed due to the overall politics and BS that surround the music. They saying of […]