Posts Tagged ‘hip-hop’

Electrifying Music

by Eric Hendrix
On March 13th, rap history was made. Rapper Jay Electronica dropped his debut album after being active in the music industry for more than 20 years. For a long time, the New Orleans rapper was the focus of a lot of discussion and speculation due to both his personal life and his music career. Jay […]

Wrap up of the Week

by Darlene Leal
This past week has been hectic with Megan Thee Stallion publicly going head to head with 1501 Certified Entertainment, the coronavirus scare leading to several concerts and festivals being canceled, and to Post Malone having to address concerns about his well-being. With those major topics taking in the big headlines, we missed several others in […]

Post Malone Responds to Fans’ Concerns About Him: “I’m Not on Drugs”

by Sarah Roberts
Post Malone responds to concerns about his health after fans post videos of him on stage. “I feel the best I’ve ever f*cking felt,” says Post Malone on stage March 6. Hear him assure the crowd in a fan’s video from the concert below. Watch the TikTok that initiated the uproar on Twitter here. One […]

Princess Nokia Embraces Her Inner Child on “Everything Is Beautiful”

by Maddy Ipema
“Everything is Beautiful” is Nokia’s fourth studio album and juxtaposes her previous project, “Everything Sucks,” in every sense of the word. Nokia has proven her sound is influenced by many different genres from her various experiences growing up in the New York City music scene – from thrashing around in punk-mosh pits to spitting over […]

The New Wu-Tang

by Eric Hendrix
There is no doubt that the Wu-Tang Clan changed Hip-Hop/Rap forever. The New York-based group set the standard for rap groups in the business as they attempted to take on a different approach to control their careers by each individually choosing a label to sign to, while still splitting profits as a group. The group […]

Chance the Rapper Is Bringing Back an Old Favorite

by Darlene Leal
Chance the Rapper announced that he will be the host of the revamped version of “Punk’d.” The new version will be accessible through “Quibi ” a new streaming service that is to debut April 2020. Quibi will be a mobile-first streaming platform with a focus on short-form content hence the name, which is the abbreviation […]