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Trouble at QC

by Eric Hendrix
Quality Control Records is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, record labels right now. Based out of Atlanta, record heads, Kevin ‘Coach K’ Lee and Pierre ‘Pee’ Thomas have managed to grab almost every artist out of Atlanta in the last few years. They have a stranglehold on the music game with artists […]

Pop Smoke After Death

by Eric Hendrix
When rapper Pop Smoke was tragically killed earlier this year, his idol 50 Cent made a promise. 50 Cent stated that he would oversee the production and release the music Pop Smoke was working on, in order to continue his legacy and also give the proceeds to his family. This past Friday, he made good […]

Lil Baby Talks About the Bigger Picture

by Eric Hendrix
Last week, rapper Lil Baby released a song called “The Bigger Picture.” The song was released with a video featuring Lil’ Baby protesting at a Black Lives Matter rally which matches the theme of the song. The song touches on a lot of the issues that are prevalent in the country today. On a recent […]

Thug Love

by Eric Hendrix
Atlanta has been spearheading most of the trends in popular music for the last couple of years. From artists like Migos and Future, to newer ones like Gunna and Lil’ Baby, Atlanta artists are definitely in command of the culture. The south has always had a presence in rap and hip-hop, but recently they have […]

Shooting at Lil Baby Concert Leads to Hospitalization

by Marissa Bachrach
One person was shot and now is dealing with life-threatening injuries after a shooting at a Lil Baby concert. As Lil Baby performed in Birmingham, Alabama at Bill Harris Arena on March 7, an altercation began backstage, working its way onto the stage. A gunshot then went off, causing both the rapper and audience members […]

Quality Control Takes Over

by Eric Hendrix
Rap/Hip-Hop has always had musical factions that stood out more than other labels like No Limit Records, Cash Money Records, Bad Boy Records, and the list can go on and on. Each of these collections of artists had a time in which they rained over the rap game which inevitably encouraged others to follow in […]