Angela Boatwright – photographer, film director, metalhead – is a living legend of hip-hop, punk, and music photography at the turn of the century. Though she’s known widely for her work d
There is just something downright and undisputably captivating about a lyrically vulgar hip hop song. I mean a track so nasty with toxic lyricism that you curl up your nose and scrunch up your face wh
Pimping never dies. It only evolves and thrives. Following in that tradition is Jackson, Mississippi artist, Akeem Ali. The pimp persona is a staple of hip-hop, setting the groundwork for storytellers
Stalley is launching his highly anticipated new collection of “BCG” merchandise aptly named after his label Blue Collar Gang, within his new music video.
Hulu recently released 69: The Saga of Daniel Hernandez, a documentary chronicling Tekashi 69’s rise to the top of hip hop and internet fame. As well as his ultimate fall and the NYPD rap unit
It is no doubt that 2020 is a year that will be remembered for its erratic and emotional nature but the biggest takeaway might just be the hip-hop albums produced during the pandemic. As many of these
Hip Hop formed purely from the aspirations of inner-city youth who saw more than what they were given, by the government and politics in which we play a role.
With all that’s happening in the world, the 2020 Presidential Election is forcing us to do one thing — VOTE FOR YOUR LIFE — and this time around Vo Williams is pushing us to get the
20 years after RATM aka Rage Against The Machine’s last album ‘Renegades’ and their subsequent breakup, we have to ask: Is the world ready to rage again?
When it comes to influencing, Aggy Abby runs the game and now she has all eyes on her after making a cameo in Drake’s new video for “Laugh Now Cry Later.”