Slum Village is one of the biggest rap groups to ever come out of Detroit. Their 1997 release Fan-Tas-Tic (Vol. 1) charted at #2 on the R&B charts and their legacy continues into 2018. These days the T3 is the only original… Continue Reading
When The College Dropout dropped, I was 13 years old and in 8th grade. Living in the suburbs at the time, there wasn’t a lot for a young hip-hop head to really connect with. Ja Rule was rapping about the “thug… Continue Reading
Today, Hypetrak released its latest artist-rendered mix from the ever-eclectic Kaytranada. Instrumental Hip-Hop Is Dead is described by Hypetrak as “an intriguing selection of hard-hitting unreleased production. Much closer to Dilla‘s Donuts than a DJ mix”. Apparently, Kaytranada is declaring… Continue Reading
J Dilla is one of the most revered and influential artists to ever touch the hip-hop world. Taken too early, at the age of 32, the Detroit producer music has lived on in a multitude of ways. Inspiring everyone from… Continue Reading
Talk about independent. Detroit MC Elzhi announced today that he will fund his next project strictly off the crowd-source funding site Kickstarter. Elzhi is underground to those not in the know and one of the low-key hottest artists in the… Continue Reading
If you have not checked out Finale’s A Pipe Dream And A Promise, I don’t know what you’re waiting for…Here’s some more “Heat” for you…Finale interview/Freestyle In The Park coming soon.