Featured Videos

Featured Videos

Here is a taste of what AFH TV has to offer, and it's just the beginning.

Subscribe Share
Featured Videos
  • 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...

  • The UGLY Truths about Gregg Popovich vs Kawhi Leonard

    What really happened between Kawhi Leonard, Gregg Popovich and the Spurs? The NBA Storyteller poses some unsettling theories.

  • Why Meek Mill Is The Luckiest Man In Hip-Hop

    Meek Mill has been down for the count not once, but twice, and he's come back bigger than ever. Here's a look at why he's the luckiest man in Hip-Hop.

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

    In 1993, the Mario Van Peebles film Posse hit theaters. At its release party, some of Brooklyn's finest showed up, along with Biz Markie. One of the film's stars, Big Daddy Kane, hosted the New York City event. He appeared in the Western alongside Van Peebles, Stephen Baldwin, Tone-Loc, Tiny List...

  • 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.

  • Tupac Explains Why He Will Steal The Show In The Movie Juice

    Long before the world recognized it, Tupac Shakur knew he was a star. In one of his earliest interviews, he explains why his character in the movie Juice will be the one people remember...and he was right.

  • Nas, De La Soul & How Underground Hip-Hop Started

    Hip-Hop celebrated the 20th anniversary of Rawkus’ influential release Soundbombing Vol. 1 in 2017. Soundbombing is credited with starting an indie rap revolution. It was billed as the ultimate guide to underground Hip-Hop, which at the time, was a relatively new concept. Underground Hip-Hop. Sup...

  • Leaders of The New School, Smooth B, Nikki D & Biz Markie Hold A Cypher

    In 1991, Leaders Of The New School, Nice & Smooth's Smooth B, Nikki D and Biz Markie gathered at Cooley High and held a spirited cypher.

  • Scarface Explains Why It Takes Him So Long To Make Albums

    Scarface explains why it takes him so long to make albums. The Geto Boys member also tells host Soren Baker how he writes about death & what it was like making "Mr. Scarface Is Back." Additionally, Face tells host Soren Baker about making "My Mind Playing Tricks On Me."

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • LL Cool J Discusses How He Broke Into The Music Business (1985)

    LL Cool J burst onto the scene in 1985, with a show-stopping cameo in the film Krush Groove. Here, in one of his first interviews ever, young LL discusses how long it took him to break into the music business and the many hurdles he overcame.

  • Redman & Method Man Perform In Croatia In 2010

    Redman & Method Man Perform In Croatia In 2010, and Blackout TV was there to capture it.

  • Royce 5'9 "Shine" Freestyle

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

  • 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...

  • Organized Konfusion Fat Beats In-Store Turns Into A Cypher With El-P & More

    When Pharoahe Monch's seminal group with Prince Po hits Fat Beats to promote The Equinox in 1997, some dope underground emcees showed up to support and kick some rhymes. Among those who get on the mic are El-P of Company Flow and Run the Jewels, Sir Menelik and, of course, Organized Konfusion the...

  • Video Music Box Puts Shark Tank's Daymond John On The Hot Seat For FUBU

    Daymond John is put on the hot seat as he makes his pitch for FUBU.

    March 5, 2019

    FUBU is making its return to the marketplace. Founded in 1992 by Daymond John, J. Alexander Martin, Keith Perrin, and Carlton Brown as a hat company based out of Hollis, Queens, New York, FUBU (an acronym for ...