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EPMD Have Are Working On A New Album & It's Big Business
EPMD discuss their forthcoming album, Big Business, how they've stayied relevant for 30+ years, the artists who taught them how to be MCs, mentoring the artists in Hit Squad and Def Squad, the importance of making music with lyrics that will live past the moment, being Hip-Hop's Funk pioneers, to...
9th Wonder Discusses The Benefits Of Owning His Own Record Label
9th Wonder discusses Rapsody's The Idea Of Beautiful album, as well as releases with Buckshot and Murs. 9th also talks about owning his own label, what he looks for in an artist, how he tailors beats to specific MCs, teaching at Harvard and Duke, paying it forward and more.
Locksmith Explains Why He Hasn’t Written A Rhyme Since High School
Locksmith has built his career by spitting some of the hardest and smartest rhymes in Rap. Speaking with AFH TV, the Richmond, California MC reveals that he writes none of those bars down. Since Lock' was a battle rapping sensation or a standout in The Frontline, he's manufactured his verses in h...
J. Prince Reveals Why The Tupac/Scarface Album Did Not Happen
In 1996, Scarface and Tupac had a magical collaboration called "Smile." For a time, it looked like the two might work together to make a full joint album, but the album was derailed. Rap-A-Lot Records founder J. Prince explains what happened.
ScHoolboy Q Discusses How Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock and Ab-Soul Make Him Better
ScHoolboy Q discusses his earliest shows in NYC, the meaning behind the name Black Hippy, how he Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock and Ab-Soul compete to make each other better, the tragedy that inspired his song "Blessed," making records about harsh realities, weak rappers, his respect for Nas, 2Pac and ...
Joey Bada$$ Details The Origins Of His Pro Era Crew
In one of his earliest interviews, a young Joey Bada$$ speaks about the origins of his Pro Era crew, how long he's been rapping, how he balances school and a Rap career, producers he'd like to work with, what he stands for and more. Get to know Joey Bada$$.
A-F-R-O Discusses His Influences & Acting In The Breaks
All Flows Reach Out, better known as A-F-R-O, took the world by storm in 2014 when an off-the-top freestyle he did for R.A. The Rugged Man went viral. After that, the then 17-year old MC, with a much older soul and sound, was embraced by a number of Hip-Hop legends, including DJ Premier and GZA. ...
Pharoahe Monch, J. Period & Mumu Fresh Discuss Falling In Love With Hip-Hop
Pharoahe Monch, J. Period and Mumu Fresh recorded a live mixtape with Rakim, Black Thought, Black Sheep Dres and more. They discuss the event, their first mixtapes and why they fell in love with Hip-Hop.
As a fellow Detroit native, J Dilla was an important figure for Royce 5'9. As an up and coming MC, Royce saw Dilla as a hometown hero. Royce discusses meeting Dilla, what it was like to work with him, and what made him unique as a producer. Royce also discusses current MCs he respects, gives advi...