Hip-Hop legend MC Lyte to retain ownership of her creative property after the end of her three-year marriage to entrepreneur John Wyche.
MC Lyte, Yo-Yo are Remy Ma are legendary MCs, and aren't too shabby on a reality show set either. The three Hip-Hop ladies are featured in the latest forthcoming episode of OWN's series Girlfriends Check-In.
Brand Nubian member and Hip-Hop veteran Lord Jamar is no stranger to controversy, so his latest statement regarding women in Hip-Hop doesn’t come as a surprise.
While the rap game is said to be a young man’s game, Hip-Hop music in general belongs to people of all genres and ages. That being said all my OG’s and older heads are in for a treat as MC Lyte is about to take you back to the era of door knockers and baggy clothes […]
MC Lyte has long established herself as one of Hip-Hop top women artists and has grown to become a leading motivational speaker and philanthropist. The Brooklyn veteran tied the knot recently in Jamaica, and she shared photos of the beautiful event exclusively with ESSENCE.
MC Lyte gave a rare glimpse inside of her private life this past weekend when she posted a photo with her new boyfriend.
One can typically expect good weather and plenty of graduations come the month of May. MC Lyte got to partake in both yesterday afternoon as her first act as a member on the Dillard University Board of Trustees in New Orleans, Louisiana.
It seems like the biggest story circulating around the GRAMMYS these days is the artists who are not nominated opposed to ones who get this prestigious honor.
Here’s Part 2 of Hip-Hop Wired’s in-depth conversation with Hip-Hop veteran, MC Lyte. The 44-year-old Brooklynite had quite an interesting bit to say about rap music today and its salacious and/or subpar lyrical content. Hit ‘play’ up top. Do you agree? — Photo: Marjua Estevez
It’s nothing short of amazing to hear a legendary rapper like MC Lyte articulate the brilliance behind Hip-Hop golden child Kendrick Lamar’s “i” single. She said nothing that we at Hip-Hop Wired didn’t already know, but it was the way she used her words and the conviction with which she expressed them that made K. […]