I listened to it, and I didn't throw up. I need a medal. But since breaking down summer playlists is a thing , let's break it down.
Coloring Book displays authentic Chicago experiences while not dwelling on the problems. Instead, it seems that Coloring
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Why Can't We Drop the Mic? 5 Black Stars Who Have No Business Making Rap Music, But Are Doing It Anyway
An overwhelming amount of Black professional athletes, movie stars, comedians, and countless others have gone as far as releasing singles, music videos, and full albums littered with trash bars, terrible beats, and ridiculous visuals. Here are 5 people who left us all dazed and confused
During a time when so much of hip-hop is saturated with blatant sexual references, we have Joey whose album dropped on what is hard to believe is only his 20th birthday. The album permeates with an introspection and lyricism found in someone much older than Joey's 20 years.
“The Men In My Little Girl’s Life” by Mike Douglas “The Sounds of Silence” by Simon & Garfunkel “Being for the Benefit of
I approached Homoground founder Lynn Casper over the summer to help fill the gap in what I saw was a lack of LGBTQ representation in what's always been such a great week to check out new artists.
With his eyes to the sky, Deon Young sat in front of me spitting his strategically intertwined rhymes solely by memory.
Pete Rock has always stayed true to his raw boom bap roots but remains amazingly current even amongst the most blinged out bottle popping crowd. His new mixtape and group is a perfect collaboration featuring lyrics delivered by the Bronx duo Camp Lo.
As a bonafide YouTube star, DeStorm is still cranking out roughly nine videos a week, including his daily vlogs, video on his second channel, and a big music video on his main channel.