As much as we primarily focus on Hip-Hop’s East and West Coasts, and the prime locations in-between, 2014 has broken down its geographical barriers arguably more than any year prior. The global reach of the culture continues to expand and strengthen. Connecting the bustling streets of Sacremento’s own, Chuuwee, with the soulful sounds of German […]
This episode of Cracked introduces viewers to DJ Dave Dolla, from NY by way of North Carolina. We learn of DJ Dave Dolla’s epiphany after being released from jail, along with his new & impressive contribution to hip-hop: The BarXzam.
Hiphop up-and-comer X.O. returns with his latest effort, “Legendary Forever” and contemplates the struggles of manufacturing a body of work that will last an eternity . The most recent creation from the 25-year-old artist enlists the production of “We The Plug” contributor Cairo Mayeson. The Top Floor emcee recites witty rhymes over heavenly chants on this Aaliyah sampled […]
Media Play EP is the first official release on my new Media Play label and is available as a free download with brand new songs by Actuator, Sal-E Vega, Darkstar, and Juice Mega.
Following the successful debut of Chris Rock’s romantic comedy Top Five, AllHipHop.com has received special material from the film in which Rock’s character (Andre Allen) recalls some of his “Top 5″ artists and songs as he recites Easy E lyrics from NWA‘s track “Gangsta Gangsta.”
Nowadays it’s rare you see Hip-Hop pioneer, Wu-Tang legend Method Man appearing in features. Nevertheless, ten seconds in, that’s exactly what the uplifting and triumphant single “Shine” brings front and center. California based Film/TV score composer Soulplusmind lays the backdrop for Tical, alongside Dominique Larue (Columbus, OH) and M-Dot (of EMS) (Boston, MA) to articulate their lexicon, simultaneously showcasing an angst for hip hop that offers substance, with New York vocalist Katy Gunn providing the hook. […]
BP brings you an EXCLUSIVE REMIX of “Historic” by The Four Horsemen (Ras Kass –Kurupt – Canibus – Killah Priest) ft Tragedy Khadafi. The Amityville producer takes the listener into each of the MC’s separate chambers, showcasing each MC’s verse, and delivering a new perspective of the original song.