Jean Grae and Donwill found a loophole and decided to troll the hell out of Instagram with it.
Jean Grae got hitched. The criminally underrated MC and her longtime boyfriend, rapper/producer Quelle Chris, were married this past weekend.
On their own, Jean Grae and Quelle Chris have released acclaimed works worthy of repeated listens and introspection, although their styles somewhat vary. Joining their creative energies into a dual effort, the Hip-Hop power couple examines the tensions of the times with an upcoming album titled Everything’s Fine.
The first-ever Nas and Erykah Badu collaboration (surprising, much?) arrives today on the coattails of The Land, a film the two have worked on in varying capacities.
Rick Ross is firing on all cylinders, and today releases a new track titled “Crocodile Python” from his upcoming album Black Market (due in stores Dec. 4).
Jean Grae has proven time and again that she can do whatever she wants, and the release of her latest audio project is a testament to her versatility. The formidable MC shifts gears with a new self-produced EP titled #5, and it’s a different sound for listeners who only know Grae’s music via her Hip-Hop releases.
Female rappers may be a minority in Hip-Hop, but there are plenty that have contributed heavily to the genre. XXL sparked a growing conversation with its “20 Best Female Rappers Of All Time” list, with some expected entries and a few curious omissions.
For over a year now, rapper and charismatic media personality Jean Grae has been making moves and positioning herself for a stake in other areas besides Hip-Hop. The talented and witty MC will be debuting her new sitcom, Life With Jeannie, later today (December 25) at 8 PM.
For Jean Grae is it truly deeper than Rap. The South African born, but New York City bred MC is known to provide the world an honest look at her life inside and outside the studio.
“While You Were Sleeping” exists purely to showcase quality indie and underground Hip-Hop/Rap releases that are regularly overlooked, under promoted or downright ignored by most supposed “Rap” or “Hip-Hop” sites.
It’s pretty easy to notice the parallels and similarities between Hip-Hop and the world of comic books. We decided to point out some of Earth’s mightiest rhyme-slingers.
Sure, the culture is about boom-bap and fresh rhymes, but we’re also known to be ill in the head sometimes.