On 'Moris Better: Loveless Confessions' J'Moris carries lightly the heavy burden of romance rap.
With 'Book Of Changes,' Noveliss might be on to something that can be called meditation hip-hop.
The British rap/ragga duo, Rebel ACA & French Monkey Wrench, have delivered an invigorating dance single worth your time to think about.
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MF DOOM maintained a legendary mystique throughout his storied career to his recently announced passing. Here's what we know about the Andy Kaufman of hip-hop and some of the greatest songs he's blessed us with.
Lockdown has been good for Blair Ferguson aka BLK Beats as the high schooler has been able to secure a major deal and a Top 10 hit, all while producing from his bedroom.
As fast as "Old Town Road," which has over 16 million views on YouTube and over 35 million plays on Spotify, hit the country charts, Billboard decided to remove it, labeling the initial charting as “a mistake.”
2 Chainz has been on a roll and that continues with 'Rap Or Go To The League' which is easily his most content heavy and impactful project yet. He shows once again why he is arguably hip-hop's most versatile and underrated artists out there.
Slim Thug delivers a conceptual album that's full of slick production and his signature flows. It won't set the world on fire but it's a great vibe nonetheless.
The saga of the notorious Wu-Tang Clan album, 'Once Upon A Time In Shaolin,' is taking a new turn, with it in the hands of new owners.
Published by Z2 Comics, the 160-page edition will depict the early days of the group when Louis “B-Real” Freese and Senen “Sen Dog” Reyes “were just a couple teenage cholos from around the way.”
While you can draw comparisons to many well-known rappers, J’Moris exhibits enough individuality and musical/lyrical capabilities to pique the interest of both hip-hop connoisseurs and those not that familiar with the genre.
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The girls of Ettijah–along with roughly 17,000 other Palestinian refugees–reside in the Dheisheh refugee camp, and it was under these severe circumstances that their rap group was born. It's been through hip-hop that these fierce girls have been able to express their life circumstances and build an appreciative following.
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New York City honors the hip-hop giants by renaming the neighborhood where they originated to the Wu-Tang District.
Expectations were extremely high for the debut of Juice WRLD but he's still struggling to find a musical identity and the large bulk of songs are simply not interesting, leading to a frustratingly convoluted mess of an album.
'2009' was a disappointing next entry in Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y's storied history together. Instead of feeling like an amalgamation of the best of what they both bring to music it ends up feeling like just another Curren$y tape, but featuring Wiz.
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Nerdcore stands as the net result of hip-hop + geek culture, bringing new sounds and perspectives to the table that the music industry may be on the verge of accepting into its mainstream spotlight.