Tag Archives: Rap
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
This is the best thing on the internet, at least for the next few days.
Tumblrs about rap lyrics are a dime a dozen—I'm still a huge fan of the genius who placed E-40's "Time to get up and wipe the
Hey Yes! Rumors are swirling that OutKast could be reuniting next summer.
Rap's chef is back with an extra tight new track off Blue Chips Pt. 2. project. Awesomely, it uses Allen Iverson's legendary "Practice" rant, which just
Tyler the Creator is known for having a savage sense of humor. That's probably why his music video for "Tamale" is like strolling through a Dr. Seuss book, complete
Kendrick Lamar gave a new meaning to the phrase "shots-heard-round-the-world" with a nasty, nasty verse on Big Sean's "Control (HOF)" that took aim
Think you know how this ends? Well, you’re probably right. You’ll enjoy it all the same.
Hey, you know what will make your weekend better? A sweaty dance floor rap anthem by this Bro named Smitty Soul who's just about to BTFU
Fans, or at least listeners, of Eminem's 2009 album Relapse will know that Slim Shady had a little bit of a pill-popping problem during his
This is not the rap song the world needed or even wanted. But yeah...Mind. Blown.
Here’s a fun fact. This week I went on a tour of NBC’s studios. Brian Williams was nowhere to be seen. The Kenneth Parcells-looking page
'80s babies, get ready to melt. Last May Will Smith led a sing-a-long of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" theme song on BBC's Graham Norton
Signature Luda styles, Fast & Furious Rapping. This is part of Luda's #IDGAFFridays movement, culminating in a mixtape his new record label, Distrubing the Peace is set
Jay Harris, a three-star wide receiver from Pennsylvania, had his scholarship offer stripped by Michigan State after they found out about his budding rap career.
Our friends at Guyism have unearthed a real gem of a video here: A freestyle rap battle totally owned by a white guy, Shane,
There's an ongoing trend in hip hop these days that draws more and more audience attention to the producers behind some of our favorite tracks.
Chris Kelly, one half of the famed early ‘90s rap power group Kriss Kross, died last night of an apparent drug overdose. He was 34.
It’s been a terrible, no good, very bad week. Fox News’ Megyn Kelly reading Eminem lyrics from Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Twitter account was a tiny silver
I can't decide whether I irrationally hate this kid for living a much cooler life than mine, or if I weirdly look up to him.
With a culture steeped in hubris and violence, Hip-Hop is arguably music’s most humorless genre. Rap’s ain’t nothing nice-attitude fostered a culture ripe for parody;
I wanted to follow up on Wednesday's post on artist Jay Shells, who put up the amazing Rap Quotes street signs in New York's
Any rap fan who's visited New York City has experienced this phenomenon: You might come in from up north and ride a bus through Queens,
Has there ever been a more unusual introduction to the music scene than the one Earl Sweatshirt has had over the last couple of years?
This was a great year for rap. Let's celebrate it!
The guys at Uproxx just pointed this to our attention, and we think it's great. A Tumblr curated by rap legend Bun B and
I love this video, mostly because I love hating YouTube and blog rappers who think they're the hottest sh*t in the universe. If I have
Machine Gun Kelly would like your attention now.
On Saturday, Jay-Z capped a remarkable run of shows to open Brooklyn's Barclays Center with a performance that was live-streamed online just in case any
Back in May, Brandon introduced you to budding hip-hop icon Krispy Kreme, whose joint "Haters Wanna Be Me" was in the process of just
Yesterday, I finally got around to reading Krum’s piece “Is Hip Hop Finally Dead?” while riding the subway back home from work. At the
This summer, Lil Wayne gave a deposition in a court case filed against the creators of a now-unauthorized film about the rapper called "The Carter."
What's the difference between Dre and you? How about the ability to make $110 million in one year?
Calgary-born Johnny Active is an up-and-coming, 19-year-old rapper that's been writing and spitting rhymes since he was 10. His latest mixtape, "The Grady Bunch" has