Words by Joey Drumz Very few genres require you to be on your toes and aware of yourself, and those around you, like Hip Hop. Everything can change in a matter of months and your current successes hold little weight with an audience whose overwhelming love for you today is equal only to their insatiable […]
In 1994, at the height of his legal troubles, Tupac Shakur sat down with BET’s Ed Gordon for an interview on the plight of black lives and, as he started to gain notoriety for his militant ways, his perception in the public eye. He said “That change right before you go from being eighteen and […]
“Culture ain’t never gonna die as long as I’m alive.” That’s the intro to A-Reece’s new music video release, A Real Nigga Tale. A-Reece and his Wrecking Crew affiliates have consistently put out great music and are showing no signs of slowing down any time soon.
Flame dropped a masterful project with Clouds EP. Soulful, honest and melodic balanced against the hubris and lifestyle most rappers are afflicted with. The emotion he captures in his songs are powerful and his gifted with the ability to add beautiful range to topics we’ve been exposed to before. His latest single, The Message, is a […]
Words by Kenny Wood 2017 has been an interesting year for South African hip hop. The culture has had a hell of a face lift. The cyphers under bridges have moved into wavy parties at streetwear stores (hello La Familia), and backpacks have been traded in for moonbags and fanny packs. The aesthetic transformation of […]