Selah The Corner of God Over Money Records spoke with us in depth about his new album ‘Memoirs of a Perfect World,’ which released June 23rd.
Uzuhan, formerly known as J. Han, talked to us about his name change and how he wants to use his music to be a voice for Asian-Americans.
“I look at my music career as a ministry. I’m trying to get before lost people and I think the church is the tool that God put in place to do that.”
No Malice from The Clipse recently dropped “Fake News,” the first single off his forthcoming album titled ‘Let The Dead Bury The Dead.’
Dwight Junior spoke to us about his new EP ‘Never What You Ask For,’ which is inspired partly by failing when God is not included in life’s attempts.
Hip-Hop artist Kaptivated made an interactive infographic taking you down a path of which Asian American rappers to listen to, and we wanted to…
Sacramento, California artists Mission and BrvndonP spoke with us in depth about their album ‘Barely Finished,’ as well as how they got to know each other.
Miami, Florida artist Oscar Urbina spoke to us about his new mixtape ‘MP2 Darkness,’ and how as a teacher he believes students should be educated.
“This teacher/rapper is fully committed to continuing and combining his two careers, and his students will be better off because of that.” – Deco Drive
People are sleeping on you. This is a problem. Here’s what to do about it.
I can’t reveal too much but I just might have heard some unreleased material from Nak Daniels, an artist from South Florida you’re probably sleeping on.
ArmondWakeUp and Jonathan Baker share their seasoned wisdom on being hip hop artists and finding your own lane.