A brawl went down in a Bronx bodega yesterday (Sunday, March 1), that involved epic fades and unfortunately included robbery and multiple stabbings. Surveillance footage of the fight showed a scene worthy of a no-holds barred WWE match or a kung-fu flick.
A Bronx man is in the hospital after being stabbed with a machete. It all went down early Saturday morning (Oct. 18) at El Carboncito after someone pulled the weapon out of an umbrella.
Fat Joe may spend a gang of time in Miami, but he proudly reps the Boogie Down Bronx. The slimmer Joe Crack will take viewers on a journey through the borough that made him—along with some dope stories—via the Music Choice network’s latest episode of Chronicles, airing tonight (September 30).
Please focus all of your attention on B.I.C., who rhyme from a passionate point of view in their comedic new track, “Homie Hoppin.”
Here’s a new track by B.I.C., a troop of MCs from The Bronx whose only draw may be an impending need for a name change. Titled “Don’t Matter Much,” the cut is an audible embodiment of a fresh, yet grungier New York City sound.
They have one of the most unforgettable names in Hip-Hop and have made some of the most notable and important songs in the 34-year history of recorded Rap music. They are called Ultramagnetic MC’s and 25 years ago they released one of Rap’s greatest and most influential albums, Critical Beatdown.
It’s always safe to assume that Nardwuar will deliver an entertaining interview. French Montana recently sat in the hot seat, while the Human Serviette inquired about his Bronx roots, upbringing in Morocco, his battle rapping days and more.