Last night, Toronto's Jazz Cartier dropped off his first single since his excellent February album Hotel Paranoia. He titled the track "Lil Wayne," released as a tribute to the New Orleans rapper.
Over the weekend, founding member of A Tribe Called Quest Jarobi White posted a wish list of things he wanted for the late Phife Dawg. The list included renaming a section of Sayres Ave in Queens, New York, adding his likeness to a mural in St.
This past weekend, the rap world suffered yet another senseless tragedy with the murder of Bankroll Fresh. Hopefully the frequency of the loathsome killings of promising young talents will not dilute the legacy of any one of hip-hop's fallen stars.
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.
We've been seeing an influx of Nina Simone content lately, and that's because of the Netflix documentary centered around the singer ("What Happened, Miss Simone?") as well as the accompanying tribute album, which is available to stream today.
It's hard to believe, but the Wu-Tang Clan's classic debut album Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers dropped 20 years ago today, on November 9th, 1993. It reached platinum status in 1995, and in 2003, was ranked #386 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greates