Two of the most exciting names in the New York underground hail from Buffalo, a town that's received little exposure when it comes to hip-hop, but one that inspires some gripping street stories, as evidenced by the two Griselda Records signees.
Early on in 2016, the Diggin' in the Crates Crew has revived the spirit with which they dominated New York in the late '90s. Every Monday, they've been releasing new collabs from various members of the crew.
Westside Gunn has emerged as one of New York's most promising up-and-coming emcees. His cinematic soundscapes and eye for street-level detail have earned him comparisons to certain Wu-Tang members, but his imagination is all his own.
Another day, another new sparring partner for 50 Cent. Earlier today, 50 put up an Instagram post in which he called out HOT 97 radio host Ebro Darden for allegedly blaming him for the downfall of New York rap.
UPDATE (02/26/16 7:20pm): Swizz Beatz (who's also pictured in the above gallery) has visited AraabMuzik at Harlem Hospital, and he posted a picture of himself standing next to Araab, shown lying in his hospital bed, to Instagram.
While Bishop Nehru is preparing to drop a new project, the 19-year-old New York spitter has decided to return to his most recent EP, Bishy's B-day Playlist, to share a new video to the self-produced track "Young Living Wild."
While most of the world had to make a do with a shitty-ass TIDAL stream of Kanye West's Yeezy Season 3/The Life of Pablo debut, there were a lot of fans who managed to cop tickets to Madison Square Gardens, not to mention any noteworthy celebrity had
We're closing in on a year since the untimely death of ASAP Yams, one of the creative minds behind the ASAP Mob movement. In honor of the fallen Mob member, ASAP Mob, led by Rocky, are putting on a tribute concert in New York City.
The topic of conversation for this week's Word On The Street episode, centers around two highly-praised MCs, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole. With both MCs recently trading remixes, each killing the other's song, the two artists have been on our mind.
Bobby Shmurda is slowly dipping off into irrelevancy thanks to an unfortunate prison lock-up, right around the time his career was sky-rocketing. Hopefully he'll be able to get back on track, possibly as soon as tomorrow.
Shortly after Jadakiss released his fourth solo album, Top 5 Dead or Alive, the Yonkers emcee came through HNHH to talk about how, at age 40, he's managed to stay relevant in the rap game and how he's nowhere near hanging up the mic.