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  • The First Video Streaming Service For Real Hip-Hop Fans Is Here

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    We at Ambrosia For Heads (AFH) are proud to announce, AFH TV, the first real Hip-Hop TV network. Our thoughts about what “TV” is are out of the box, literally. TV networks are no longer numbers you tune to on a cable box. They are apps that you access, where you want and when you want. Netflix, H...

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  • 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...

  • Common Discusses the 15th Anniversary of The Light

    Common discusses the 15th anniversary of his song, "The Light," the impact of his Grammy and Oscar-winning song "Glory," and his continued love for Hip-Hop.

  • 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...

  • DJ Premier Discusses The Making Of Gang Starr's Moment Of Truth Album

    When DJ Premier said “the real Hip-Hop,” he meant it. Guru was not just rapping words on their album Moment Of Truth, he was telling true stories. Premier discusses the meaning of their classic album, song by song.

    On March 30, 1998, Gang Starr stepped forth with Moment Of Truth. Guru and DJ ...

  • 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...

  • Where It All Began: When Did You Know Hip-Hop is What You Wanted to Do?

    Dead Prez's Stic Man, Murs, Ski Beatz, The Kid Daytona, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Skillz, Rapsody, Statik Selektah, Termanology, Fashawn, 9th Wonder and more reminisce about when they knew they wanted to pursue music as a career. Each had a unique moment in time but the common theme was an undeniable passi...