Just the song cover alone let you know that Remy wasn't bringing no subliminal bullshit.
It's now painfully apparent that one of the most vicious and precisely aimed diss records in the history of Hip Hop wa... Read Article
While endless studies have been conducted on the psyche of the creative, many claims dance around the general consensus that a large majority of creative people are both uniquely introverted and extroverted. Wh... Read Article
Jay Z has this habit of taking over a song that he is tapped to contribute a featuring verse on.
In pure New York City fashion, Hov jumped on the official 'All The Way Up' remix alongside Fat Joe & Remy Ma and had streets, tweets, and everything in betw... Read Article
Sometimes music is all about the message, and in the case of Maryland duo Wolves & Sheep, the message they are conveying in the “Anti-Social Media Blues” video couldn’t be any clearer. No matter what vessel... Read Article
After Kid Cudi released his 2015 album, Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven, he immediately took to Twitter to blast the marketing rep that had been in charge of integrating the album into the iTunes catalog. The album ha... Read Article
In this tumultuous social climate, where topics often revolve around human rights protests, police brutality, vocal hate groups on social media and the fear of terrorism being instilled by the media, it is officially "cool" to be socially active and "woke." Th... Read Article
We've now had well over a month to let The Life of Pablo knock around our speakers, so we can dive into some of the more overlooked moments of lyrical nuance found deeper within the album; certain peaks, valley... Read Article
Twenty-five years ago today the cult-classic crime thriller, New Jack City, arrived in theaters across America. The story of the rise and fall of Nino Brown and the Cash Money Brothers has continued inspired Hi... Read Article
On this date in 1991, an undetermined number of Los Angeles Police officers beat motorist Rodney King 54 times with batons following a simple speeding violation. All four of the officers that were tried for the case were acquitted, which was the sparking of th... Read Article
With the Oscars fast approaching, all of the discussion surrounding the Academy's lack of recognition for deserving people of color who have excelled in film and television has brought us to another slightly ov... Read Article
A particular strength Kanye West has as an artist/producer is the uncanny knack of pushing, bending and breaking boundaries in hip hop with a pop edge. It can be argued no artist in hip hop has been more audaci... Read Article
Yesterday we unleashed what we thought were the 25 Best Hip Hop/Rap songs of the year, ranging from deep cuts from guys like Rick Ross and Lupe Fiasco to some of the ill smashes of 2015, including Drake's "accidental" hits and Big Sean's comeback anthem.
I... Read Article
It’s 8:00 pm on a Saturday evening in Dallas, Texas and in the midst of the normal hoopla that engulfs the weekend, groups of dedicated fans are strategically planning their road to the Dallas House of Blues.... Read Article
Yes, it's that time of year. The holidays are here, the countdown to 2016 has begun, and we're looking back at what was—and always is—a crazy 12 months in the world of Hip Hop.
How do we skim an entire year ... Read Article
When I tell Danny Seth that one day, while driving through the heart of Brooklyn, windows down, a passerby walked up to my driver’s side window to ask me if I was listening to Eminem, I expect him to be slightly annoyed. To his credit, my mentioning of that Se... Read Article
Like we always do it this time.
The first week of December in music is reserved for Grammy fever, incited by the foundation's announcement of the year's nominees. Excellence in Pop, R&B, Country, Rap and... Read Article
If you let Bryson Tiller tell you how to go from relatively unknown regional favorite to nationally beloved major label signee, you’ll probably pull your hair out, then go try and do it yourself. “It was easy f... Read Article
On Jay Z's 46th birthday, we're taking a look back at Source issue #248, in which we celebrated the 10-year anniversary of what's widely regarded as Jay Z's best album, The Blueprint, his 6th album (or 5th, if you want to get technical and exclude The Dynasty)... Read Article
This Thanksgiving, Hip-Hop moved at a blistering pace, as we watched releases--both previously announced and surprises--get put out non-stop. If you looked away from your Twitter timeline to heat up leftovers, ... Read Article
Before you take a ride in Appleby’s “Glossy Ride” it’s imperative that you don’t try to place the song in one particular genre. The mysterious Chicago crooner blends sounds and genres in a way that very few can... Read Article