Posts tagged "hip-hop"
Blerd Radio 2014 | Episode 9: Slipping You Some (Native) Tongues

Blerd Radio 2014 | Episode 9: Slipping You Some (Native) Tongues

Get ready for a tongues-tastic podcast celebrating our favorite hip-hop collective.

Must-Read: 33 1/3 Books: J. Dilla's Donuts

Must-Read: 33 1/3 Books: J. Dilla’s Donuts

Soul music in book form!

"Cheer" For The Roots: They're Back With A New Single

“Cheer” For The Roots: They’re Back With A New Single

New Roots record? DAY. MADE.

Phife Dawg Delivers A Soulful Tribute to "Dilla"

Phife Dawg Delivers A Soulful Tribute to “Dilla”

Phife Dawg reappears with a heartfelt tribute to Dilla.

TVOne's "UnSung" Returns For Season 8 With More Soul History

TVOne’s “UnSung” Returns For Season 8 With More Soul History

The Geto Boys are among the soul and rap artists profiled in this season of UnSung, which kicks off tonight.

Hold On, We're Going To Review Drake's Nothing Was The Same

Hold On, We’re Going To Review Drake’s Nothing Was The Same

Mehhhhhhhhhhhhh…

Goodie Mob Rages Hard In Age Against The Machine

Goodie Mob Rages Hard In Age Against The Machine

The whole is still greater than the sum of its parts. Goodie Mob is back to save hip-hop.

Kendrick Lamar Takes "Control" Of The Entire Modern-Day Rap Game With One Verse

Kendrick Lamar Takes “Control” Of The Entire Modern-Day Rap Game With One Verse

Dat boy good!

The Popblerd Halftime Show: Drew's Best of 2013 So Far

The Popblerd Halftime Show: Drew’s Best of 2013 So Far

Halfway through 2013, we’ve come to an interesting impasse: moreso than the last several years, the music of this year has been largely awesome. I don’t say this to suggest that I’m one of those curmudgeonly sorts that thinks new music blows; it’s just, we’ve been in a bit of a lull. Much of 2012 was boring on the album front, and 2011 was only marginally better. And yet, here we are at unlucky ’13, and I’ve already doled out [...]

The Halftime Report: Cunningham's Best of 2013 (so far)

The Halftime Report: Cunningham’s Best of 2013 (so far)

The first half of 2013 was dominated by a string of solid releases in the garage punk and disco-house genres, and it also featured cameos from some indie-pop gems and the occasional decent R&B album. But January-through-June was owned by a very recent hip-hop release that any true head would have trouble not listening to on repeat. 1. Quasimoto-Yessir Whatever Technically a compilation of unreleased tracks from the last 14 years, Yessir Whatever hits harder than its predecessor, 2005’s The [...]

Rock the Bells Announces 2013 Line Up: Holograms Abound

Rock the Bells Announces 2013 Line Up: Holograms Abound

Eazy and ODB get resurrected for a hip-hop festival.

Note for Note: A Complete Guide to the Discography of LL Cool J (Part Two)

Note for Note: A Complete Guide to the Discography of LL Cool J (Part Two)

Part two of our look at LL Cool J’s discography wonders whether he should’ve quit while he was ahead.