Ain’t nobody fresher than my clique.
Let’s take it back to the barre.
Six years in prison hasn’t softened the New York rapper’s iron will. With her freedom back, can she rule again?
Spoiler alert: some white people see no problem with it.
He was 19 when he dropped this freestyle.
Portland, Ore., is known as a haven for progressive culture. So why does it seem like police consider rappers and their fans a threat to the city’s specific brand of weird?
Today, Minya Oh is the linchpin of Hot 97, rap’s most influential radio station. Getting there only took 20 years.
Just because you were born in the ’80s doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have been dancing at Studio 54 in the ’70s.
If you’re an ’80s baby, this was subject matter your parents should have shielded you from. If they weren’t singing too.
Let their words express all those mushy feelings in your heart.
Plus Oprah tries to reform LiLo, MMA is headed toward using real-life “RoboCop” suits, and 10 models who’ve failed beautifully at acting.
Be honest, and don’t just try to avoid getting Macklemore.
Not the best. The most important.
In this previously unheard interview, the iconic rapper opened up about everything from his distaste for the media to how he felt like the tragic hero in a Shakespeare play.
Be prepared to have her on repeat.
These facts will make any true hip-hop fan cry. Or just get ornery in the YouTube comments.
Prof is the undisputed king of the underground hip-hop scene right now. If you haven’t heard of him yet it’s time to change that and convert to the church of gampo.
What a beautiful time to be alive.
“Villuminati,” the lead track on J. Cole’s upcoming album, attempts to provoke thoughts on homophobia by being blatantly homophobic.
“The umbrella term of ‘queer’ isn’t really a part of my vocabulary. But, you know, if that’s how people want to label it, that’s fine — as long as they’re listening.”
No, really, the guy on “Accidental Racist” is the same badass who recorded “Mama Said Knock You Out.” Mind-boggling, but true.
Enter MFBTY. The video for their new song “Sweet Dream” will blow you away.
Artist Mark Drew’s new exhibition mixes Charlie Brown and the gang with classic ’90s hip hop legends.
It’s time to embrace hip-hop’s new generation gap.
The best hip-hop that was given away for free, from Rick Ross to Azealia Banks.
The author of Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation breaks down 2012’s most stunning rap album, good kid, m.A.A.d city.