Killer Mike Says Yom Kippur Helped Him Bury Big Boi Feud
In basketball terms, Killer Mike is a tough cover. The stout Atlanta MC, who first came on the scene under the wing of OutKast spitter Big Boi on the 2000 'Stankonia' rhyme assault 'Snappin' and Trappin,' can go menacingly hard in the paint with the type of seething 'hood nastiness that would make an in-his-prime Scarface shake his head...
Killer Mike Says T.I. Is ‘Sorry’ He’s Locked Up
Rapper T.I. has been quietly serving his one-year sentence in federal prison, but according to Grand Hustle artist Killer Mike, he carries guilt for not being around to lend physical support to his team. Mike, who is gearing up for the release of his album 'PL3DGE,' revealed that Tip attempted to tie up all loose business ends before beginning his sentence last year, including his feature on the a
Killer Mike Pledges Allegiance to Chuck Taylors
Atlanta rapper and Adidas enthusiast Killer Mike is best known for his work with OutKast and his 2003 album 'Monster.' After signing with T.I.'s Grand Hustle label, Mike made some changes to his name and began working with his hip-hop big brother, Big Boi...
Killer Mike Claims 50 Cent Stole His Beat
During a hometown performance in Atlanta last night (March 16), rapper Killer Mike made a bold accusation, claiming that 50 Cent stole a beat from him. Before tearing into a version of his track 'Pressure,' Mike stopped the show to set the record straight and remind friends that he doesn't bite beats or steal from other artists...
Killer Mike Announces Joint Album With Producer El-P
Atlanta rapper Killer Mike has announced that he's recording an album with a rather unlikely partner; renowned underground producer El-P. The pairing is a surprising one, both stylistically and due to their comparative recording history -- Mike (aka Mike Bigga) is a Grand Hustle-affiliated Southern rapper best known for his appearance on OutKast's Grammy-winning track 'The Whole World,' while El-

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