A new documentary gives props to the DJs at the center of a musical revolution.
While we wait for a full-length album, De La Soul gets an assist from Nas on a new track.
I rank every song to hit #1 in 1990. Let’s kick it!
(2015, Episode 4) Last week, I posted the first portion of our 2-part series celebrating all that was great (and a few things that weren’t) about 1990. While the first part focused heavily on film and TV, most of this second part is dedicated to our bread and butter-music. Here’s some of what gets discussed by Big Money , Michael Parr , Dr. Z and The Packet Man (Michael Cunningham) in this episode: The Milli Vanilli Lip Sync Scandal: And how no one thought it odd that people who barely […]
If you were to ask me to list my favorite rap albums of all time (hey, there’s an idea for a future list), Public Enemy’s Fear Of A Black Planet would be near the top of that list. The album broke new ground sonically and lyrically, and should be an essential part of any hip-hop fan’s collection. As a 13 year old who was already knee deep in hip-hop when Fear came out, the album was a watershed moment in my […]
The original JT returns with his first album of new material in almost a decade and a half.
Praise Jeebus! New Frank Ocean music soon come!
Part one of a two part podcast celebrating Ninja Turtles, Cop Rock & Graffiti Bridge! Yep, we’re taking you back to 1990.
Don’t recognize these two faces? They make great music, check them out!
Pos, Dave & Maseo are finally delivering that new album…check the details on De La Soul’s upcoming project.
We’re talking Erykah, Jill, Angie, Lauryn and more in our neo-soul podcast.