Everybody Dance Now!
Everybody Dance Now!
An homage to Gucci bucket hats.
It was sad.
“I’m rappin’ on the street! You rappin’ under me!”
From Tin Man to turnt up.
This holds up surprisingly well!
LOST and Kanye West have way more in common than you’d think.
It was funny. It was charming. And, yes, it was emotional.
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.
“Othello never knew, he was getting schemed on by a member of his crew.”
Fun fact: A surprising number of puppies looooove psychedelic rock. Not so much prog, though.
Hammertime is actually the scariest time.
“Immediately, hip-hop artists did what artists have been doing for centuries – they opened my eyes up to a whole new world.”
But, oh, how we wished it were! Updated.
Hey, Flo Rida, you’re awesome, but what in the heck are you talking about?
And that is why you love him.
It’s unclear of exactly who was responsible, but this is everything we know about when and where Yeezus leaked.
Yeezus has arrived, people. It’s dark, brooding, and challenging, and there is not a pop song to be found on it.
Many rappers borrow style and slang from Bay artists, but the area’s long and thriving hip-hop culture has mostly stayed local. These classics prove why the rest of the world needs to take notice.
Hey, DJ Khaled, do you need someone to talk to??
The artist Pathetic Pixels has made some amazing artwork inspired by everything from early mixtape K-Dot to his latest work.
Yes, there was a time when being rich enough to own both a Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo was a really big thing.
A match made in branding heaven. You probably got into Heavy D thanks to Sprite. Admit it.
Danny Brown has generated a massive controversy this week after news broke that a female fan performed oral sex on him during one of his shows.
After TMZ posted that the dead bombing suspect was “heavy into hip hop,” folks took to Twitter to question the connection they were suggesting.
His name is Nathan Schwartz, he’s from Miami, and he goes by the username @natedoggschwartz.
Besides heavy bass and clap tracks, the Dirty South is synonymous with epic album art and a liberal use of grammar and spelling. Props to Lil’ Flip; it takes a man to go literal with leprechaun.
Oh, yeah, just take a left at Nas’ “You Wouldn’t Understand” and go straight until you get to Jay-Z’s “Where I’m From” and then take a right at Redman’s “Rated R.”
Artist Mark Drew’s new exhibition mixes Charlie Brown and the gang with classic ’90s hip hop legends.
Add Marco Rubio to the list of powerful conservatives The Cycle’s S.E. Cupp isn’t afraid to publicly criticize.