Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, finally united, are looking to impact the game yet again in a major way. Hip-Hop Wired had an opportunity to speak with group members Bizzy Bone and Flesh-N-Bone about the biggest moment of their year: resurrecting Eazy-E in hologram form at the West Coast shows of the Rock The Bells Festival.
While a lot of the North East coasts’ rap fanbase was up in Philadelphia for the Made In America festival, the other chunk of hip-hop heads were in New Jersey for Rock The Bells. Artists such as the Wu-Tang Clan, Curren$y, Murs & Fashawn, and plenty of others touched the stage, it was Nas’ set that stole the show. Nas, […]
Bay Area veterans E-40 and Too $hort might’ve musically supplied the Bay Area community for years as well as provide a cultural blueprint for new generations to model themselves after, but allegedly the city of Mountain View doesn’t believe that’s enough to bill them on for the Rock the Bells tour. In an interview with Fuse, […]
As a New York native, DMX has a special place in his heart for the city that never sleeps, and will use his next album to pay tribute to the Big Apple. X’s forthcoming Undisputed release is slated to drop on Sept. 11, in commemoration of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that took the lives of over […]
When Drake crowned himself the only rapper to “successfully” mix rapping and singing, the Young Money rapper was raked over the social media coals—but not everyone was upset. While some, noted DMX, as one of the many artists to pave the way for Drake’s love of infusing harmony with his rap lyrics, the New York […]
Hit-Boy’s career is still moving at a lightning pace, and the West Coaster is enjoying the ride. Having already snagged a major production credit on last year’s Watch the Throne, 2012 has been about Hit-Boy’s rap dreams, a move which has been equally well received by the mainstream. After dropping his HITStory mixtape a couple of […]