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


    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...

  • Reflections On Dilla

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    Few producers have had more impact on Hip-Hop than J. Dilla. Despite his life being cut tragically short, Dilla was prolific, influential and far ahead of his time. As part of J. Dilla Weekend, an annual event celebrating his life and legacy, Black Thought, AG, Rapsody, Royce 5'9 and A-F-R-O refl...

  • GRIT
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    Most artists don't have any meaningful success for the first 7 years of their career. It takes a special person to endure the doubters, rejection, financial hardship and grueling schedule required to make it, against all odds. Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T., Rapsody and Ab-Soul discuss what got the...

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  • Rapsody Discusses How Her Laila's Wisdom Album Was Influenced By Erykah Badu

    On Sunday, January 28, Rapsody will attend the 60th Annual Grammy Awards as a nominee. Having won trophies for past feature contributions (Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly), the Roc Nation/Jamla MC is up for Best Rap Album for Laila’s Wisdom, the only woman in a category which also nominates ...

  • Rapsody: GRIT

    Grammy-nominated artist Rapsody goes deep about what it's taken to get to this point in her career. Though she may seem like a relative newcomer, she's actually been working on her craft for more than 13 years and had over 100 tracks recorded before releasing 1. She speaks candidly about the up...

  • Rapsody Discusses Her Debut Album The Idea Of Beautiful

    Rapsody speaks about her debut album, The Idea of Beautiful, and how a trip to Africa changed her life and shaped the sound of the album. She also discusses her code of culture over everything, why she considers herself an MC--not a female MC, and her idea of what's beautiful.

  • Rapsody Discusses J Dilla's Impact, Meeting MC Lyte & More

    Grammy-nominated artist Rapsody discusses the importance of J Dilla, speaking with MC Lyte for the first time, working with Anderson .Paak and more.

  • Murs Details Making "The Iliad Is Dead And The Odyssey Is Over" With 9th Wonder

    Over the past 15 years, Murs and 9th Wonder have made some of the best collaboration albums between an MC and a producer. These works have become standouts in their respected catalogs. In the mix of both men's careers and personal lives, they carved out time to make The Iliad Is Dead And The Odys...

  • Smif-N-Wessun Discuss Giving 25 Years Of Their All To Hip-Hop

    In the mid-1990s, Smif-N-Wessun burst onto the scene brandishing two barrels locked-and-loaded with raw Rap talent. Following a breakthrough appearance on Black Moon's seminal Enta Da Stage, the skills of Tek and Steele shimmered on their 1995 debut, Dah Shinin'. Da Beatminerz-produced album bala...

  • Evidence Explains How Weather Or Not Is A Personal & Therapeutic Album

    In early 2018, Evidence released his fourth solo project, Weather Or Not. Featuring Styles P, Alchemist, Rapsody, and his Dilated Peoples cohorts Rakaa and DJ Babu (among others), the Rhymesayers release closes out a nearly 11-year-old album series from Mr. Slow Flow.

    On a Midtown Manhattan ho...

  • Finding The GOAT: Why Are Women Excluded From Talks About Hip-Hop's Greatest MC?

    "Do we hate our women?" Tupac plaintively asked that of Hip-Hop on "Keep Ya Head Up." Sadly, the question still goes unanswered. Episode 3 of the Finding The GOAT documentary is narrated by Rapsody and explores the complicated relationship between Hip-Hop and women MCs.