AFH TV is the first Hip-Hop network for adults. On AFH TV, you will find compelling interviews, music videos, rare throwback footage and more. As we grow, we will expand to documentaries, TV series, films and other video content inspired by Hip-Hop culture. Everything chosen for AFH TV will be done with the respect and care deserved by the most important force to arise in entertainment culture in the last 40 years. We love Hip-Hop and this is for others who do too. Please subscribe to AFH TV and join our movement.
Scarface Says He Is The GOAT MC...But Nas Is His Favorite
Justin "The Company Man" Hunte published a special video breaking down his personal "Top 5, dead or alive MCs" list (also on AFH TV). In the visual essay, the prominent video personality, host, and member of the Ambrosia For Heads team explains his choices, which he asserts are purely music-based...
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."
Scarface breaks down the significance of A Tribe Called Quest's People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm on Best Albums. The Geto Boys rapper tells host Soren Baker why the LP was so inspirational to him & what made "Ham 'N' Eggs," "I Left My Wallet In El Segundo" and "Can I Kick It?"...
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 ...
Spice 1 Revisits The Songs That Made Him A Gangsta Rap Legend
For more than 30 years, Spice 1 has made Rap music on his terms. His songs can be violent, menacing, and heartless. However, as Spice explains, they are realistic portrayals of life in the East Bay. This rapper also prides himself on how he tells it, from his flow to gripping imagery.
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.
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...