hip hop

Breedlove admirably rapped Eminem into a corner and is now being hailed on social media by grieving fans as the real winner of the film's penultimate battle.
The legendary choreographer worked with icons, from Mary J. Blige to 50 Cent. Now, she’s helping the rest of us find joy in movement.
The commercialization of hip-hop and the overly wrought themes of excess and violence were supposed to mark the genre's end. But hip-hop can't die no matter who tries to kill it.
Producer and activist Drew Dixon fell in love with hip-hop, but that relationship grew complicated as the music became blatantly misogynistic and homophobic.
In the early 1980s, when hip-hop was cementing itself in the Black community, so was a devastating new drug and a police force that didn't know what to do with either.
Gen Z was born into hip-hop, and they don't concern themselves with made-up heteronormative rules.
Hip-hop may be 50, but its “Renaissance Era” started 30 years ago.
Zeemuffin doesn’t need to be known as a “South Asian” DJ or a “female” DJ. She just wants to make you dance.
The queen of Bounce music reflects on her beginnings, her inspiration, and spreading her iconic sound.
The “Up Jumps da Boogie” artist was best known for his work with the hip-hop duo Timbaland & Magoo.