Nelly Explains Why He'll Always Rep St. Louis in Budweiser Made in America Doc
Nelly explains why he will forever rep his native hometown of St. Louis in Budweiser's Made in America documentary.
New Music Minute: Young Thug, PARTYNEXTDOOR & More
The Boombox is back with your brief but very potent dose of info on the music you need to know about in the newest episode of New Music Minute.
5 Hottest Women in R&B (Right Now)
Who's the hottest R&B singer of 2014? Always a hotly-contested list, this year, we see a slew of veteran superstars play alongside a host of brand new ingenues.
Sacha Jenkins Talks Art, Culture and 'The Burning of Kingston'
The man behind ego trip, Mass Appeal and White Mandigos talks to The Boombox about his life, career and philosophy on art.
The Bounce: A Look Into the World of Jersey Club
When most people hear the words "New Jersey," "club," and "dance" together in a sentence they might picture the cast of MTV's 'Jersey Shore' drunkenly beating the the beat up in some random club but real heads know that Jersey Club is dance music genre that has nothing to do with stereotypical "guido" mating rituals.
The Bounce: A Look at Flexing and the Bruk Up
We've already taken a look at housing and voguing -- two dance styles that got their starts in the 1980s -- for our dance column, The Bounce, now we turn our attention to a more recent but no less impactful dance phenomena of the Bruk Up and flexing.
The Bounce: A Look at Voguing and the Ballroom Scene
In anticipation of Red Bull's Bounce Ballroom, take a look inside the world of Voguing through the eyes of the dance's stars.
The Bounce: A Look At House Music and Dance
Gearing up for Red Bull Music Academy Festival's Ballroom Bounce event we take a look at house music and house dance.
Rappers Who Correctly Predicted Their Own Death
Death isn't too far from some of these artists with their inner city beginnings, but when it caught them, the aftermath left fans shocked despite their premonitions. Check out Rappers Who Correctly Predicted Their Own Death.
The Best Hip-Hop Soundtracks Ever
A movie that retains its quotability decades later (“I want to shoot you so bad my d--k is hard!”) if not necessarily its dramatic heft, Mario Van Peebles’s portrait of a drug dealer squaring off against DEA agents offers a welcome rejoinder to the drug dealers and pimps filmmakers made into counterculture heroes during the Blaxploitation era...