Category: Interviews

Columbia College’s Student-Run Label, AEMMP, Pushes Out New Music Despite Challenges

Founded in 1982, AEMMP is the longest standing student-run record label based out of  Columbia College Chicago. Built around the

[RH Interview] GLITTER MONEYYY

If you’ve listened to their music at all, anytime someone mentions Glitter Moneyyy, you immediately hear the anthemic, siren-like “Glitter

BoatHouse Tales: “Coming Into Focus”

I like BoatHouse, as a producer, a person, and one of the artists on Closed Sessions. He’s got a lot

[RH Interview] Rhys Langston: Wordsmith, Historian, Poet-Laureate of His Living Room

Rhys Langston is a multi-disciplinary artist, hailing from Los Angeles. Signed with POW Records and the founder of Black Market

[RH Interview] NNAMDÏ Speaks on Making His New LP In His Basement, Laziness of “Weirdo Rap” Critics, and more

Multi-instrumentalist and rapper, Nnamdi Ogbonnaya, has done a little bit of everything in the Chicago music scene. From his DIY

[RH Premiere] Defcee: A Mixtape As God Intended

The mixtape has always held a special place in music. While it means different things to different music cultures, the

[RH Interview] Meyhem Lauren: More Pressure

Meyhem Lauren loves turkey. I know this because I just spent last night binge watching episodes of “F*ck That’s Deicious”,

[RH Interview] Raekwon on the meaning of Wu-Tang, getting out of Staten Island, and his motivation to be a great emcee.

“Exactly, way before Disney,” Raekwon says about his early days venturing into Manhattan and hitting Union Square to catch burgeoning

[RH Interview] Skyzoo: Sociology Raps

“I wanted people to hear every single word I had to say. I didn’t want there to be any confusion

[RH Interview] Trackstar The DJ: Rap Fan Eternal

It’s something many aspire to, but few actually touch. Young athletes throwing imaginary passes to Jerry Rice in their backyard,

RH In The Studio With: Ajani Jones

When I started rubyhornet damn near 10 years ago, one of the biggest things for me and Virgil was being

[RH Interview] Evidence – A Lesson In Thematics

In their 1998 classic, “Intergalactic”, Mike D of the Beastie Boys rapped, “got an A from Moe Dee for sticking