In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s a solid argument can be made that Juvenile was the hottest artist on Cash Money Records, a label loaded with stars like B.G. and Lil Wayne, and producer Manny Fresh. The New Orleans rapper’s highly anticipated Tiny Desk Concert finally hit the Internet on Friday (June 30) and […]
Trina probably wasn’t the first person people thought of when it comes to a Tiny Desk Concert (that in itself is a problem), but she delivered anyway. The Miami rapper kicked a medley of her hits over funky instrumentation and her performance has been getting praise ever since.
Double Dutch jump rope is more than just a neighborhood game. A new profile notes that it was integral to the birth and growth of Hip-Hop culture.
Never let it be said that Usher Raymond doesn’t have a sense of humor about himself. In fact, the “You Got It Bad” singer appears to be thrilled that he’s the first celebrity to be spotlighted on “Behind the Memes,” which HuffPost described as “a new content series that is a twist on the popular […]
The boss, Rick Ross, didn't disappoint fans during his Tiny Desk (Home) concert. The same can't be said for one of his background singers.
the mysterious beatsmith keeps a low profile but in a new interview, readers will be blessed to learn a bit more about the elusive Beat Konducta.
The supergroup consisting of EARTHGANG, J.I.D., Mereba, Benji, Jurdan Bryant, Hollywood JB, & 6LACK dropped one of 2020's best LPs in Spilligion.
The Roots frontman delivers three new tracks, two of which are to appear on an upcoming EP release.
NPR closed the year out strong with its Tiny Desk series which featured stellar acoustic performances we didn’t know we needed from artists like Megan Thee Stallion, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib. Now at the top of the new year, the series returns with Wale.
Earlier in the week, NPR blessed us with Megan Thee Stallion’s full Tiny Desk performance, and now it’s Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s turn.
Back in October, we got small servings of Megan Thee Stallion’s performance featuring Brooklyn’s own Phony Ppl to kick off Tiny Desk Fest. Now we got the whole damn thing, and it’s an absolute treat.