Ruff Ryders reveal reunion tour dates

The hip-hop supergroup will celebrate their 20th anniversary with a reunion tour this fall. The tour will begin on Sept. 7 in 10 cities, including Miami, Houston, Oakland, and Las Vegas among a few others. It will include gold and platinum selling artists, DMX, Eve, Swizz Beatz, The LOX, and Drag-On. Bronx rapper Fat Joe will also be a guest at eight of the 10 … Continue reading Ruff Ryders reveal reunion tour dates

Remy Ma brings out a slew of female rappers during Summer Jam set…except Nicki Minaj

Remy Ma was many of the performers who graced Hot 97’s 2017 Summer Jam stage, which took place at the MetLife stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. On June 11, the Bronx rapper performed her recent singles “All the Way Up” and “Money Showers” with Fat Joe and her older singles, “Whuteva” and “Conceited.” After her performances, Remy brought out hip-hop icons Queen Latifah, Lil … Continue reading Remy Ma brings out a slew of female rappers during Summer Jam set…except Nicki Minaj

David Banner, Vince Staples, Gunplay, and Conway in this Week in Hip-Hop.

Conway releases “Humble” remix Buffalo native Conway made waves this week when he released a freestyle over Kendrick Lamar’s Humble. The title of his version Not Humble perfectly fits aggressive, hard-hitting style. The potential XXL freshman uses Kendrick’s flow and adds a grimy, New York twist to Mike Will-Made It’s instrumental.  Back in March, Conway and his fellow Buffalo native Westside Gunn signed a deal … Continue reading David Banner, Vince Staples, Gunplay, and Conway in this Week in Hip-Hop.

Monday Coffee: Superbowl, VideoGames, & Lady Gaga

The Superbowl took over this Sunday like ever year. Not everyone gets the ability to catch it or any of the other stuff that happens over the weekend. So here is a little bit of reading to go with your Monday. Superbowl Conclusion If you did not get to catch the game the New England Patriots took home a victory in the first ever Superbowl … Continue reading Monday Coffee: Superbowl, VideoGames, & Lady Gaga

The Bond between Southern and West-Coast Hip-Hop

During the 90s, the south was the dreaded third wheel of hip-hop music. It was all about the east and west coast. Acts like UGK, Three Six Mafia, and the Geto Boys were not always welcomed with open arms, especially by the majority of the east coast scene. Even the award winning group Outkast was once booed during the 1995 Source Awards. Even during this … Continue reading The Bond between Southern and West-Coast Hip-Hop