Slick Rick had his name trending on Twitter Monday morning (Nov. 21) as fans debated who is Hip-Hop's best storyteller.
Slick Rick released his classic debut album, The Great Adventures of Slick Rick 30 years ago this week, and fans will now get a chance to hear the record in an updated fashion. A joint effort with Def Jam Recordings, Urban Legends, and Ume will bring a remastered deluxe edition of the project set to […]
Slick Rick remains one of Hip-Hop’s premier fashion icons. So it’s no surprise he was hand-picked to be the face of a new MCM and Nordstrom collaboration.
On Big Punisher’s classic debut album Capital Punishment, Busta Rhymes made a statement on “Parental Discretion” asserting, “One thing about MC’s is that we don’t conceal the truth. We present real pictures about the positive and the negative. So don’t blame the Hip-Hop when your seed is learning the real life from us. Do your […]
On Friday night (January 9), legend, rap god, or however you spin it, Slick Rick, celebrated his 50th birthday alongside family, friends and Hip-Hop heads alike at Brooklyn Bowl.
A split second is all it takes for a person’s life to change forever — our favorite rappers included. That said, Hip-Hop Wired lists 10 rap artist who suffered devastating, life-altering injuries.
Today marks the 17th anniversary of Life After Death, The Notorious B.I.G. and Bad Boy‘s final album together. To commemorate the project’s legacy, we take a look back at the classic samples used to imbue soul into Big’s second effort.
Although only two teams can compete in the actual The Big Game, NFL players still found a way to duke it out on the field this Super Bowl Weekend thanks to Madden NFL 25 and Madden Bowl XX.
An array of musical artists and entertainment figures alike gathered at Las Vegas’ Orleans Theater in the spirit of love, peace, and soul at the 2o13 Soul Train Awards. Aired on BET and Centric last night (December 2), the show was hosted by actor Anthony Anderson, who kept the jokes flowing.
When it comes to many rappers, the statement “Oh he/she is a total character!” is used to describe them. Sometimes it’s offensive, but oftentimes it’s true. Rappers embody the idea of a character – from shedding their government name to substantiating their flows with an outwardly wild personality. Oh yeah, let’s not forget their aesthetics.