In an interview, Daddy-O of Stetsasonic speaks at length about the fuel behind the "Stop Self-Destruction" movement that he and Chuck D of Public Enemy have launched. He talks about the plans for community engagement and how the movement will address drug use, gun violence and police brutality that's afflicting the world of Hip-Hop and the community overall.
In an exclusive with HipHopWired, Damson Idris, Angela Lewis, and Amin Joseph talk late legend John Singleton, the impact of the crack epidemic, and season 3 of 'Snowfall.'
In a short but meaningful conversation, we learned so much about the man, actor, and artist behind Ghost, one of television's most beloved characters.
It’s only been a couple of days since Election Day proved that politics are still split in President Donald Trump’s America and the MAGA brand is still very strong. In this Hip-Hop Wired premiere, rappers Grindstone and Willie D of Geto Boys fame join forces for the blistering “MAGA Hat” single that doesn’t mince much […]
Money Man is miles away from home but he’s looking awfully comfortable, perched high on a barstool in the lounge at the posh Intercontinental Hotel Times Square. There are suited businessmen on either side of the bar, nursing whiskey drinks in short glasses. But the Decatur rapper is stone sober, focused on knocking out one […]
Before Joe Budden became famous for his social media antics and reality TV foolishness, the New Jersey native gained notoriety for fusing emotional depth and razor sharp lyricism. The many layers of relation produced from Budden’s pain and suffering on wax is what core fans have come to appreciate most about the rapper.
It’s tough to thrive as an MC the way today’s music industry is built, and even tougher to excel as a female rapper with something to prove. Such is the case with the ladies of Sisterhood of Hip Hop, all of whom agree that although history says otherwise, bonafide women lyricists don’t need the male cosign […]
Alongside Big Sean, Curren$y recently performed live at Brooklyn’s The 1896, a private show put together by the good folks of Coors Light and Complex. Before taking on a crowd of New York heads, the NOLA rapper discussed with Hip-Hop Wired his thoughts on Ferguson’s unrest.
Big Sean recently put on a private show at Brooklyn’s The 1896, courtesy of Coors Light and Complex. Before he could take the stage alongside NOLA rapper Curren$y, Sean Don spoke with Hip-Hop Wired about his current musical undertakings, being a BAPE fan and more.