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  • DJ Premier Discusses The 20th Anniversary Of Gang Starr's Moment Of Truth

    DJ Premier speaks about the 20th anniversary of Gang Starr’s album Moment Of Truth. He reveals inside stories about how the album was crafted, why they chose guests like Scarface, Inspectah Deck, Rakim, and K-Ci and JoJo, his relationship with Guru and more. This is a must see interview about one...

  • Big L & OC Freestyle In Croatia In 1997 And It's The Joint

    D.I.T.C. The name stood for Diggin’ in the Crates, in part because of the membership of acclaimed producers like Diamond D, Showbiz and Buckwild, but make no mistake, the crew was also about those BARS. Here’s a look back at a vintage interview of Big L, one of the beloved members of D.I.T.C. L c...

  • Big K.R.I.T.: Where It All Began

    Big K.R.I.T. recalls his earliest music experiences and influences. His inspirations range from Twista to Scarface to Tupac and more. He also shared his earliest experiences rapping, which started when he was 10 years old. This is the story of Where It All Began in Hip-Hop for Big K.R.I.T.

  • Apollo Brown & Joell Ortiz Discuss The Making Of Their Joint Mona Lisa Album

    Apollo Brown and Joell Ortiz sit down for a detailed conversation about their joint album, Mona Lisa. They discuss their chemistry as a collective, the process of making the album, the Slaughterhouse breakup and possibility of new music from the group, how commercial success changes artists, the ...

  • Pete Rock Discusses His Don't Smoke Rock Joint Album With Smoke DZA

    Pete Rock discusses Don't Smoke Rock, his joint album with Smoke DZA. Pete speaks about his unique relationship with DZA, working with guests like Rick Ross, the musicians with whom he would most like to work (dead or alive), and whether or not he and CL Smooth will release new music.

  • Why J. Cole's K.O.D. Is 2018's Most Important Album

    J. Cole’s KOD is a compelling body of work that stands to be among the best art from a consistent source. Indeed, not everybody feels that way about J. Cole. While a commercial juggernaut—all five of Cole’s albums have reached #1; KOD broke streaming records—he is polarizing to critics. Some ado...

  • Royce 5'9 "Shine" Freestyle

    Royce 5'9 raps an a cappella version of his song "Shine," from the album Layers.

  • Reason Describes His Journey From Hungry MC To TDE's Next Top Dawg

    In the Summer of 2018, the dominant Hip-Hop label of the 2010s announced that it had added a new MC to its tight-knit family. Carson, California’s Reason signed to Top Dawg Entertainment. The imprint with five #1 releases, including this year’s Black Panther soundtrack held no press conferences n...

  • Biz Markie Freestyles On The Toilet To Show He's The Shhh...

    Biz Markie walks into the bathroom, sits on the toilet and...freestyles. Nobody beats The Biz.

  • Common Freestyles At Fat Beats To Promote One Day It'll All Make Sense In 1997

    From DJ Eclipse:

    Here's a clip from Common's Fat Beats NYC in-store for "One Day It'll All Make Sense." The in-store was actually a few days before the album was released, so we only had his single for sale that day. We were also pushing No I.D.'s "The Black Album" (w/ Dug Infinite), which had...

  • Black Thought Tells an Amazing Story About How Artists Used to Get J Dilla Beats

    Black Thought recounts the annual pilgrimage artists used to make to J Dilla's house to get first dibbs on his new productions.

  • Masta Ace & Marco Polo Discuss How Brooklyn Shaped Them & Hip-Hop Forever

    Masta Ace and producer Marco Polo first teamed up in 2004 on the song "Do It Man," and again on "Nostalgia." Their chemistry was apparent and they began discussing doing an entire album together. More than a decade later, their schedules aligned, and they joined forces to make A Breukelen Story. ...

  • Eminem Discusses The Slim Shady LP In 1 Of His Earliest Interviews

    Eminem discusses the making of "My Name Is" and how he got into Hip-Hop, in one of his earliest interviews.

  • The Legendary X-Ecutioners DJ Crew Rocks At Stretch & Bobbito's Classic Show

    Before they became the X-Ecutioners, the X-Men were already some of nicest turntablists on the wheels of steel. In this behind-the-scenes footage from DJ Eclipse, the crew's Mista Sinista, Rob Swift and the late Roc Raida flex their skills live on DJ Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia's influen...

  • Smif-N-Wessun Discuss Working With Tupac To Unify The Coasts Before He Died

    Boot Camp Clik's Smif-N-Wessun join DJ Phat Phillie in Croatia and talk about their legacy in Hip-Hop. They discuss speaking with Tupac about joining his effort to unite the coasts before his death, and they kick an off the top freestyle over a reggae beat.

  • JAY-Z, JAZ-O, Busta Rhymes & Biz Markie Perform In 1993

    JAY-Z, JAZ-O, Busta Rhymes and Biz Markie perform at the release party for the 1993 film, Posse. This is one of JAY-Z's earliest performances on film, and he is introduced by Big Daddy Kane.

  • Kendrick Lamar: good kid, m.A.A.d. classic

    It's been 5 years since Kendrick Lamar's Aftermath debut good kid, m.A.A.d. city hit the earth like a comet. 5 years later, music media and skeptical fans are finally opening themselves to the fact that the Compton kid's breakout opus is officially a Hip-Hop classic. But why did it take so long? ...

  • Kanye West Rips One Of His Earliest Freestyles In 1996

    Long before he was a superstar artist and producer, Kanye West was just a kid who loved to rap. This is a rare glimpse at one of Kanye's earliest recorded freestyles.

    From DJ Eclipse:

    I'm sure most of you have seen the Kanye clip from the grand opening of Fat Beats by now. Like I had ment...

  • Aaliyah Discusses Balancing Music & School And Rumors About R. Kelly

    Fifteen-year old Aaliyah discusses trying to balance school with a budding music career, and addresses the rumors about her and R. Kelly being married.

  • Where It All Began: Who was your first favorite rapper?

    Who was your first favorite rapper? We asked Big Daddy Kane, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Kendrick Lamar, Murs, Statik Selektah, Freddie Gibbs, 9th Wonder, Stic Man, Skyzoo, Chuuwee, Skillz, tabi Bonney and more. The answers ranged from EPMD to 2Pac and everything in between. Check out who was you favorite ...