This week the third Xbox, curiously titled ‘Xbox One’ was announced. Similarly to the launch of the PS4, there are reasons to be excited, and reasons not to be. We’ve assembled them accordingly and divided the good from the bad for you.
With rap’s infatuation with ‘Molly’ and various otehr psychedelica still in full swing, label owner and superstar DJ A-Trak celebrates the creative freedom it brings as much as he asks for more dialog about its downsides.
Ray Manzarek, founder and keyboard player of iconic 1970s band The Doors, has passed away at the age of 74. While the band is primarily recognized by the as charismatic as he was infamous lead…
Hearing Snoop speak on how he moved away from the gangsta lifestyle he came up in, grew as a person, and the conflicts with Death Row that arose from this explain a lot, and are a great account of a pivotal point in both his life, and the history of the genre.
Fifteen years ago this week, DMX changed the face of hip-hop with the release of his debut album. MTV banned his videos, the record sold over a quarter of a million in its first week…
Jeff Hanneman, guitarist and founding member of Slayer, has passed away due to the lingering effects of a toxic spider bite.
With a new Quasimoto record coming up, this seems like a good moment to brush up on what Madlib named as a big inspiration for the b-boy alien, the 1973 French/Czechian animated movie ‘La Planète…
Marley Marl sits down to reveal “the recipe” behind the classic Biz MArkie cutt ‘Make The Music With Your Mouth, Biz’.
18 Years ago, The Infamous dropped. Here’s the tape that planted the seed.
Usually the included albums tend to mostly lead to visuals of old white men hunched over huge mixing boards, but there’s actually a hip-hop album included in it this great series as well.
While the intent is commendable, the execution is cringe-worthy beyond belief. But it does succeed in uniting people of al races, in their hatred for the song.
Old heads whine. I know, ’cause I’m one of them. Enough is enough though. Y’all kidding yourself by misrepresenting the past like that.