On the latest Hip-Hop Now EXTRA…Is Meek Mill finished? Let’s Talk. Subscribe via iTunes Stitcher Radio, Tune In Radio, and Soundcloud.com/HipHopolitic
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A look back at 3 lessons learned in Hip-Hop music! Goodbye 2015! *DAB* Subscribe via Stitcher Radio, Tune In Radio, and Soundcloud.com/HipHopolitic
Let’s talk about the 2015 Grammy Rap Nominees, Who I think will win, and what these awards mean! Subscribe via Stitcher Radio, Tune In Radio, and Soundcloud.com/HipHopolitic
The year of 2014 Hip-Hop is coming to an end. A lot of dope music was released and it’s not over yet. Look out for my best of the year soon. What’s on deck for December though?
This week we talk about Jeezy’s Words of Wisdom, 20 Years of Bad Boy Records, the debate over rap lyrics, and more! #Follow
Weekly update on all things Hip-Hop and my opinion on it. Word! Stitcher Radio and iTunes coming soon… This week we look at Cassidy’s comments regarding the… Read more “HIP-HOP NOW Ep. 001”
Weekly update on all things Hip-Hop and my opinion on it. Word! Stitcher Radio and iTunes coming soon…
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This week… “Coming Home From Jail, Drake’s Chances, Nicki vs. Ransom”
Here is what makes this post real juicy though. I had the pleasure of listening to Hot 97 when the Program Director (Ebro) went in on her latest album sales. 3600 units moved total. Dayum!His reason for why her album sold jack shit on the biggest shopping day in the US…Peter Rosenberg.
MTV continues their annual pistol whip of hip-hop by posting there Top 10 “Hottest” MCs. No, _______ didn’t make it….
2011 is done. It was a fantastic year for hip-hop! For all the “hip-hop is wack” talk, I’d say LOOK CLOSER. This year provided a lot of inspired material… Read more “2011’s Best Albums/Mixtape(s)”
“It’s an odd future we live…”
“We need better female representation in Hip-Hop…”
2010 was another good year for hip-hop. Most projects felt like artist cared more about artistry and lyricism. While there was still a handful of bullshit released this year, 2010 was inspiring and makes me wonder what’s next for 2011.