Hit Me Up: Hip-Hop’s History With Pagers
Check out how hip-hop made the pager a hot commodity.
Remembering ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill': ‘It Was My Roadmap to Womanhood’
Using her life experiences and hard lessons learned, Lauryn was giving me the blueprint with her debut solo album.
From Handsewn Hats to Millions: The Rise and Fall of FUBU
The company burst onto the hip-hop scene in 1992, and paved the way for the urban clothing lines that would come after.
Dollars & Chains: Hip-Hop’s Long-Standing Relationship With Jewelry
By the late 90s and into the early 2000s, hip-hop artists were earning more money than ever before, and they showed it on their necks.
What Ever Happened to Fonzworth Bentley, the World’s Most Famous Umbrella Holder?
What has Fonzworth Bentley been up to since ending his stint as Diddy's dapper assistant?
The Best Hip-Hop and R&B Soda Commercials of the 90s
From Busta Rhymes to Missy Elliott and Tyrese, rappers and singers have starred in some of soda's biggest campaigns.
Revisiting Champagne’s Long-Standing Relationship With Hip-Hop
From Moet to Cristal, champagne's relationship with hip-hop proves to stand the test of time.
Philthy Rich Is His Own Biggest Supporter
The Oakland rapper couldn't get approval for a helicopter to promote his album, 'Sem God,' but that's not stopping him from get the word out.
Rihanna’s Best Clap Backs in 2017
Rihanna is the Queen of the Clap Back. Check out all the times she told someone to have a seat this year.
N.E.R.D. Drops ‘No_One Ever Really Dies'; Performs on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ [WATCH]
N.E.R.D. is back after seven years with a brand new album, and performed on 'Kimmel.'