Whether it's using their lyrics to address terrorism head on or demonstrate compassion for the deceased, deading violence or uniting for movements that promote social justice, the hip-hop community proves that 9/11 may be behind us, but it's hardly forgotten.
Twenty years ago, the New York hip-hop collective Junior M.A.F.I.A. released their debut album, 'Conspiracy.' We take a look back at the project and explain why the album is a great example of crew love.
While neither Drake nor J. Cole has commented on the words Jay Electronica has fired in their direction, it does raise a few questions. The most pressing one being: does Jay Electronica even have the right to call out these rappers? If so, what gives him the clearance to? We explain.
Ten years ago, rapper Proof delivered his sophomore album, 'Searching for Jerry Garcia,' a prophetic project that proved his ever-growing potential. On its 10th anniversary, we take a look back at its shining moments.
Twenty years ago, Raekwon released his classic 1995 debut album, 'Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.' Take a trip down memory lane as The Boombox revisits this seminal LP and explain why it's still a hip-hop masterpiece.
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