Despite being the poster child for longevity in hip-hop, LL Cool J always has and probably always will be considered an underdog. After churning out…
Courtesy Of Rap Radar Dot Com Last night, legendary hip hop group De La Soul was on Jimmy Fallon and they performed their classic track,…
De La Soul‘s landmark 3 Feet High And Rising and Al Green‘s soul classic Let’s Stay Together albums have been chosen for the Library Of Congress’ 2010 National Recording Registry. The albums were among 25 total recordings chosen.
(NOTE: This story was originally published Feb 1, 2010. but we are republishing it to commemorate the 1-year anniversary of Roc Raida’s death.) Grind Music Producers Sean C & LV remember the late DJ/Producer Grandmaster Roc Raida.
From The BVX While we were busy telling you who the most expendable rap group members were, our friends over at theBVX have been wishing upon a star for some hip-hop reunions. What are the chances of these groups getting back in the studio? Read on and let us know what you think.
With the recent announcement that Bun B’s brand new album, Trill O.G. received a perfect 5-Mic rating from The Source, it’s only fitting that we take a look at all of the albums that have received the coveted rating.
Hundreds of hip-hop fans braved threats of rain to gather in DUMBO for the sixth annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival.
Q-Tip pretty much sums up how I feel about this song IN this song: “For our generation we’re still the cool kids…” Just hearing Dres from Black Sheep, Q-Tip, Dave from De La Soul and Mike Gee from The Jungle Brothers on one song is an amazing treat for anyone who is old enough to […]