The Blastmaster gets blessed.
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We didn't want to publish this info before it was confirmed but D-Nice's tweet makes the sad news official.
There are a lot of reasons to second guess Cormega's new visual featuring a '90 All-Star squad.
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Home to Rip Ridaz and Damus, palm trees, sandy beaches and a million and one sports teams, California needs a wide scope to capture the ambiance of its daily happenings. And since two heads are better than one, Strong Arm Steady has extra insurance on their investment with three members in Krondon, Mitchy Slick and Phil Da Agony.
Digital Underground. The name means so many different things to different people. "The Humpty Dance" resonates with just about any ol' rap fan but whisper Sex Packets in a crowded room and it'll separate the Top 40 downloaders from the ones who were caught up in the hyper-sexed funk Shock G. & Co. From out the zany inventiveness from which they once came, the Oakland wolf pack is back in the mix like they never left with a mixtape that features something old and something new, DU2010. Derived from the genius of Trackstar The DJ and Tech Supreme (on the graphics), run down memory lane and sprint towards the new shine from The Greenlight EP (available now).
Watching Kris Parker upstage all of the young bucks in his BET Cipher reminded me that this needed to be posted.
I was planning on settling down last night and catching the BET Hip-Hop Awards, but it didn't feel right since they slighted us and, more importantly, Contra™ in his own backyard.
Bar none, Duck Down has to be one of the most impressive labels left standing from the 90's.
Music is a young man’s game and a lingering question remains for Hip-Hop.
Ask the radio's program director or any Soulja Boy fan and they'll tell you Hip-Hop is no country for old men.