- Geek & Sci-Fi
Over the past few years, the collective talent and consistent production of the St. Louis underground has become an unstoppable force in the Midwest. Leading the march on Atlanta are Black Spade, Vandalyzm and Gotta Be Karim, three MCs who share the scene’s dedication to musical purity.
The Kid Daytona's fascination with clothes and image put me off at first.
The music of Detroit has always been a barometer for the city's well doing.
The "Fall Classic" is weeks away and fans everywhere continue to make plans for the pilgrimage to the strip club capital of America. In an ideal world, it'd be nice if the Braves ended up in the World Series, but I'm actually referring to A3C. The list is set and proves to be a who's who of talent if you're neck deep in this Hip-Hop sh!t like we know you are. You've got your favorites just like we do ours so feel free to let it be known in the comments. An act in particular I'm excited to see on the card is the Los Angeles based group Surf Club.
TiRon may own stock in the salty condiments but his right-hand man Ayomari jams his music with smooth peanut butter references.
He doesn't gangbang. He doesn't get hyphy, nor is he planning to teach anyone how to Dougie. The world may not have stood still, but with DaVinci's early 2010 project of a similar name, the Fillmore District of California received their cold, yet commanding representation in Hip-Hop.