The true school hip-hop antenna was standing at full attention as I made my way down Pennsylvania Avenue.
Hate it or love it, the way the game is constituted, the pursuit of overnight fame has been reduced to a matter of minutes.
When he said, “Ten years from now, we’ll still be on top” on one of hottest single releases, “Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems,” from a then-burgeoning label, the listening audience was torn.
June 29, a surprise performance at the 2015 BET Awards was Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Bad Boy Records 20-year reunion performance sent a reminder that despite the flash and controversy associated with the label, at its core was strong music.
As the comparisons between hip-hop and athletics began to take form, one of the first ideals to carry over is the premise that it’s a young man’s game.
Here’s an introduction to a dude that you’ve probably seen before but don’t know too much about.
Maybe, just maybe, we were looking at this thing all wrong.
There’s a first time for everything. For the National Basketball Players Association, their ambitious first time was announced this past April.
After a crazy work week, beautiful weather on an off day is a welcome sight to say the least.
Although the roles have evolved, the incessant need of established and fledging artist alike is the need for an entourage.
Circled in red on the calendar was the date June 27.
Not now, that’s not fast enough. Right now! Immediacy is the word. That’s how we movin’—in the moment.
Mount Rushmore is the thing now. In various fields, you’ll find folks placing who they deem to be the four immortals.
For a designation that has no tangible perks to speak of, it’s undoubtedly the most coveted moniker in hip-hop—the “King of New York.”
Just in time for Black Music Month, TV One gives you a couple of reasons to make sure your cable bill is kept current for the next few months.