Filmmaker, writer, and social critic dream hampton (who writes her name in all lowercase) took to social media to defend Jay Z and Beyonce against claims that the couple has remained silent in the midst of protests in Ferguson and Baltimore.
King Los continues to hype us up for his upcoming album God, Money, War. After dropping "War" and "Can't Fade Us," undoubtedly two of the biggest single's off the Baltimore emcee's career, Los is back with "Ghetto Boy," his most abrasive cut yet.
After sharing a protest song supporting the Freddie Gray rallies in Baltimore, Prince performed a special concert in the city last night. The show was broadcast on TIDAL, while owners Jay Z, Beyoncé, and Alicia Keys were in attendance.
It's becoming more commonplace for rappers to be granted University lectures, but if your name isn't Kanye West or Lil B The Based God, it might be hard to land a gig at one of the more elite institutions. Chance The Rapper recently broke that barrier, sp
Jackboi Tony hails outta Baltimore, a city you've seen all over TV this past week due to violence and protests resulting from the death of Freddie Gray. Believe it or not, Jackboi Tony grew up in these streets.
A lot of rappers have been speaking out regarding the riots in Baltimore and the death of Freddie Gray. It seems as though we've finally reached a boiling point for all the senseless deaths of black youth.
The last time a protest movement arose around the murder of a young black man by police, The Game was quick to respond with "Don't Shoot," a song that recruited an all-star cast of rappers to speak out against police violence.
Being from D.C., Wale felt pretty close to the racially-charged riots going on in Baltimore, so he decided to visit the city to show his support, and offer guidance to the youth at Fredrick Douglas High School.The rapper made it his task to make sure the
Emerging Baltimore emcee Rickie Jacobs continues his partnership with Reebok Classics with the new "Reasons To Smile" webisode series, each segment highlighting something that brings him great joy in life. In this episode (realized by the AubGreen Collective
"European Rugs" is a choice selection from emerging Baltimore emcee Rickie Jacobs' new Remember To Smile album, soundtracked by his frequent collaborator and fellow Bmore artist Eu-IV, who helped set the tone of the project alongside Drugs Cinema and YOG$.