Die hard Dipset fans are reveling in Cam’ron’s return to prominence, but the veteran rapper is just getting started. Hip-Hop Wired got Killa to elaborate on the monthly EP series detailed in his Mass Appeal cover story at the Broccoli City Festival in Washington D.C.
Cam’ron, poster child for Harlem World, discussed a myriad of topics in his latest cover story with Mass Appeal. From the Dipset team to setting fashion trends to releasing new music, Killa Cam detailed just how he plans to set himself apart from the industry rat pack.
Complex Media and Mass Appeal come together in an unprecedented occasion to present to us Time Alone, an original video series that follows industry leading artists as they interview –themselves.
Nas must have caved and broke out his old Illmatic cassette tape in preparation of the massive press run he’s set to embark on coinciding with the album’s 20th anniversary.
Dom Kennedy recently connected with the good folks at Mass Appeal to discuss bevy of topics. Of course, they touched on his new album, Get Home Safely, in a conversation that also revealed why he started rhyming, who he’d like to collaborate with, his favorite film and more.
Nasir “Nas” Jones has been on an upswing after dropping his chart-topping 11th studio LP, Life Is Good, last year. After making a few business moves here and there, the Queensbridge veteran has invested in Hip-Hop publication Mass Appeal, and will serve as an associate publisher.
Kendrick Lamar‘s rise continues as the Compton, Calif. rapper will headline an exclusive launch party for culture and lifestyle magazine Mass Appeal at this year’s SXSW festival. Co-sponsored and hosted by Pharell Williams’ BBC Ice Cream imprint, K.Dot will be joined by some of Hip-Hop’s best and brightest.
If you have to kill witnesses because your beard is sticking out, you have to watch this video. Philadelphia’s Freeway kicked it with the Mass Appeal crew to give us some good tips on how to maintain all of that fuzz on your face. If Hip-Hop has a hall of fame of beards, Free’s will be first […]
Already being forced to deal with push backs, the album initially slated for release as early as 2006, Memphis Bleek’s project The Process was again pushed back from a 2009 release to 2010. Not allowing the politics to set him back mentally, Bleek continues his grind until the drop with the release of the track […]