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.
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…
Yeezus West is coming. Here’s everything you wanted to know about the album.
Shaolin swordsmanship is flexed by Rebel INS, Raekwon, Rza and U-God, atop a soul-sampling beat by Frank Dukes. You can stream it right here, but it can be yours on 7″ vinyl for whatever you wish to pay for it as well. Can I get a “SUUUUUUU”?
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…
‘Classics Revisited’ is back for a second season, and we’d like to hear from you which albums should be included.
Talib Kweli has always been known as a “conscious rapper.” It’s a label that has been both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, Kweli has long been recognized for his lyrical prowess…
Kidd Upstairs operates in the judge-free zone.
Rocking 4XL pants and knowing every Cormega guest-verse by heart isn’t gonna get you paid nor does it get you laid. So what’s a young hip-hop head living in an economic meltdown to do?
After decades in the game, but only two official albums, can R.A. the Rugged Man affirm the legendary status he grants himself in the title of his newest record? ‘Legends Never Die’ is purist-rap in its purest form, of the highest caliber.
There’s a certain, hard to explain but nonetheless mesmerizing quality, to seeing Diddy dressed up as Rick James, Waka Flocka Flame riding a segway and Fabolous at Ikea. Here are the top picks of ‘Rappers Doing Normal Shit’.