Tag Archives: Hip hop
I have to be honest: I haven't been on the Mac Miller train for a while, mostly because a lot of his recent releases have
Macklemore raided Mel Gibson's closet on Friday.
What's that? Cam'ron and Dipset are about to take over the summer? Okay.
I've listened to this three times and it's taking everything in my power to not go into the street and set cardboard boxes on fire.
An expansive vocabulary isn't the only way to test how great a rapper is, but it does make for some pretty interesting insights
This edition of the greatest and best mixtapes of the past few weeks or so is evidently brought to you by a whole lot of
Dave in Charge is the British grandson of a Lord who really cares about the environment, you guys.
"Sweatpants" is a harder-hitting cut off Childish Gambino's album because the internet...
Some sample lyrics from Kanye West's vague and metaphoric verse on Future's new jam "I Won":
Drew Millard of Noisey is back to spit some fucking truth on what bros should be listening to this week.
Drake went off with "Draft Day;" now he cools things down a bit with "Days in the East."
Like many of you, I learned a lot about the English language and male/female anatomy from hip-hop records.
So full disclosure: about 35% of our excitement for this video stems from it taking place at Woven House.
Today, Macklemore posted a video to Instagram espousing the virtues of men peeing correctly.
Be honest. You've done this too.
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of its Hot Rap Songs chart, Billboard recently compiled a list of its top-100 chart-performing hip-hop songs.
10 years ago, a few rap fans tried to figure out the future of hip-hop on an early message board.
Yesterday we were treated to Big Boi paying homage to Khaleesi with the song “Mother of Dragons.” In other sentences I […]
"Fuck the Lannisters and everyone ride with them/Jon Snow and the Night's Watch finna slide some iron in 'em."
The Devil is a Lie, and Rick Ross is the Mastermind.
It’s not exactly 9/11/07—Jay-Z still needs to weigh in with a bombastic quote—but February 25 was a surprisingly good day […]
Ooo, RAP FIGHT RAP FIGHT. After the Roger-influenced Macklemore won a Grammy for Best Rap Album a few weeks ago, […]
Young Thug and Bloody Jay – Black Portland Do you like rap music? Of course you do, you clicked a […]
Childish recently visited the BBC 1Xtra Live Lounge to record a cover of P.M. Dawn’s early-90s jam “I’d Die Without You,” […]
Hey ma. Valentine’s Day is next week, and I know just the thing you want: Seductive words from Jim Jones, Juelz […]
Action Bronson has a wonderful history of beating the shit out of anyone who wanders onto his stage. There was […]
Friend of the site TJ Mizell shot over a Super Bowl weekend mix which begins with the calming words of CBS commentator Jim Nantz but soon escalates,
Bad Boy Records is dead. Word on the Internet is that Diddy will soon be shutting the doors after firing most of the label's staff. Others
Cam'ron fans get excited: The legendary rapper is collaborating with A-Trak and a slew of other top producers on an EP with the more alternative-rap skewing
For his late-night television debut last night, Danny Brown brought out Megan James to play "25 Bucks" on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Brown's mainstream success has been
Vice's documentaries hinge on traveling to foreign lands where no one else will go: North Korea, Liberia, Libya. You kind of get the same feeling
Drake hosted Saturday Night Live this week. He showed off an impressive Katt Williams imitation, saved a couple skits, participated gamely in wizard cosplay. He
Childish Gambino and Chance the Rapper hang out at the beach and rhyme their because the internet track "The Worst Guys" in a video directed
Typically, the subway performer is someone you treat with apprehension if not outright disdain. If it's TJ Mizell, though—the son of the late, great Jam
Hot take from Buzzfeed by trying to rank the most important rappers in each major US city. When it comes to Brooklyn, you'll never believe
According to the theater website Playbill, a musical inspired by the lyrics of Tupac Shakur will hit Broadway this June 19th. Called Holler if Ya Hear Me,
You might have some difficulties wrapping your heads around this: The Jedi masters of The Phantom Menace almost included Liam Neeson, Ewen McGregor, a computerized Yoda and...
On the Sunday stop of Jay Z's "Magna Carter World Tour" in Greensboro, N.C., a 12-year-old named Justin held up a sign that said, "Can I
Awwww yeah, from the slums of Shaolin, the Wu-Tang Clan strikes again: The RZA, the GZA, Method Man, Raekwon and the rest of the crew announced today