Run-D.M.C., one of the most celebrated and innovative Hip-Hop groups of all time, will call it quits after an MGS performance, says D.M.C.
A new doc that will give more insight on the mysterious murder of Run-DMC's DJ Jam Master Jay is coming this week.
The kicks will come with a capsule collection including a classic satin varsity jacket and a re-issued "Kings From Queens" crew necks, tees and sweatshirts courtesy of Sneakers-N-Stuff (their raffles are impossible to win).
After damn near 20 years, two men have finally been indicted in the murder of the late, great Jam Master Jay. However, the details surrounding the rap pioneer's death are only opening old wounds instead of offering complete closure.
While the world continues to mourn the passing of Kobe Bryant we are thankful to get further insight on how special of a man he was. One aspect of him that is being revisited is his short lived Rap career.
It was a devastating Sunday afternoon as news spread that the legendary Kobe Bryant and his daughter had passed away in a tragic helicopter accident and while the world struggled to process the horrible news, the Grammys gave us something to smile about for a few minutes.
Run-DMC are big New York Knicks fans, so it only makes sense that Hip-Hop Kings from Queens launch a collection gear with their hometown NBA team. Rev Run and DMC have teamed with the Knicks and Chase Bank to create an exclusive 5-piece merch collection.
The inspiration for a song can happen at any time, but few would expect that one of Hip-Hop’s favorite Christmas-related jams was written while the author was on drugs. Rev. Run of Run-DMC says that while he was high and eating breakfast, he came up with the lyrics for “Christmas In Hollis.”
The death of Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell has puzzled Hip-Hop fans since 2002 and his killer still has yet to be brought to justice. In Netflix’s upcoming ReMastered episode, the show will delve into what happened that October day in Queens.
Today marks the 15 year anniversary of Jam Master Jay’s murder. Police officials have confirmed that the case is cold.
Run-DMC saw what happened to the Cold Crush, and isn’t having it. The seminal Hip-Hop group is suing Walmart and Amanon for $50M after the retailers blatantly ripped off and sold goods utilizing their logo, and didn’t offer them a dime or ask for permission.