There's Boogie Down Production's 'Criminal Minded. The Beastie Boys' legendary 'Licensed to Ill. Eric B. & Rakim's 'Paid in Full.' Hip-hop has plenty of albums that are considered landmarks in the culture, but what do they mean for the casual fan? They're essential listens and are still on the playlist for many, but for others, do they extend beyond hip-hop homework? The answer is yes, with Wu-Tang Clan's epochal 'Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' being one without question.
It's official, Adele and Chris Brown were definitely not beefing at the Grammys. "Chris Brown and I were complimenting each other actually!" Adele tweeted. Some of these bloggers should be ashamed of themselves.
Despite their history, Nas is now saying Kelis got a bad rap after their divorce. "She's a great girl and she caught a bad rap in the whole thing," Nas explains. "It wasn't fair though. I love that people ride with me but at the end of the day, they we
Heralded as one of the greatest solo albums to be recorded by a member of the Wu-Tang Clan, Ghostface Killah's 1996 classic 'Ironman' is getting the re-release treatment. Get On Down Records, the same imprint behind the upcoming rerelease of Common's 'Resurrection' box set, is
Mark Ronson's new star-studded album, 'Record Collection,' doesn't land until October 5, but the hype cycle is already starting. Ronson is building on his first Q-Tip-featuring single 'Bang Bang Bang' with a new track called 'Lose It (In T
On March 30, Wu-Tang Clan veterans Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon will unleash their new album 'Wu Massacre.' The MCs have made it clear that the album was a hasty project, produced on a tight budget and they explained that it will change nothing about the origi
Nicki Minaj will be gracing this month's cover of Fader magazine. She also like to sign boobs. A lot. "I wish I could fricking remember the first boob that I signed," she told The Fader. "I don't know why I did it, but now I can't go any
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