It's been eight months since Nas announced the title of his ninth studio album, 'N-----,' which has since been changed to 'Untitled,' and through the controversy, the rapper has remained steadfast. No stranger to the use of the pejorative term,
Former backup singer Anthony David has been making music independently for years but now he's catching a big break --Universal is releasing a sampler of songs from his last two albums for his major label debut dubbed 'Acey Duecy,' in stores today.
" my greatest hits," David said, laughing. "Some son
If you're pressing up mixtape cd's and you think the cd's are dope, package them as a real record that a store can carry. That's the difference between a product that can sell for two dollars and seven dollars. That's the first time I've told p
So you want to get into the game? Quit while you ahead and go to college! That's the advice I'd give to anybody starting out right now, get a degree in contract law and go ahead on the business side. But, if you're stubborn like me, and determined to fulfill your artistic vision, you need to condition yourself to start an independent grind
"She don't know my name, she just know me by my AIM," Tyga rhymes. When asked if he uses AIM all the time, the teen laughed and said yes, he was on his Sidekick right then. A seemingly normal 18-year-old, Tyga, who's
"This whole book was scary for me," Grandmaster Flash admits when discussing his new tell-all book in a recent interview. "We as human beings, we don't willingly display our skeletons, our pains, our hurts --
"I'm a circumstantial musician," newcomer K'Naan tells the Boombox about how he started making music. "Mainly I am trying to console myself from past ordeals...difficult experiences." The emcee came to th
Miami's Big "Boss" Rick Ross is back at it again. His 2006 debut release 'Port of Miami' was embraced by hip hop's finest, including his former boss, Jay-Z, and topped the charts, thanks to collaborations with Jigga and Young Jee
"It's the album I've wanted to make all of my life," eclectic songstress Erykah Badu tells the BoomBox when asked about her "comeback" album, 'New Amerykah: Part One (4th World War),' which hits stores February 26.
It's been almost five years since Badu released her
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