As we enter the final season of the year, we’re going to need that special soundtrack to get cozy with.
Ratchetness and righteousness at its finest.
There is a historically devastating humanitarian crisis that’s happening in Puerto Rico and no one seems to give a single fuck.
It’s a crime how so many people are clueless to the ingenious coming out of the east side of Chicago.
What we do know is that only real music is going to last. All that other bullshit is here today and gone tomorow.
Lecrae may be the most outspoken Christian in hip-hop today but dude got bars too.
Cardi B finessed her way into the game and now there’s nothing stopping her from getting to the top.
For all intensive purposes, Kevin Hart is good. Just not good enough.
Monte Booker is quietly building and growing a movement that in years may be at the apex of hip-hop.
Since dropping Ghetto Fabolous back in 2001 with DJ Clue, Fabolous has always taken a liking for punchlines, metaphors, and similes.