Rap & Death April 19, 2021
Anywhere, anytime, anyplace, bullets are flying at rappers. Yoh Phillips details the cultural interest for lawless songs and the painful past 48 months.
Harley Geffner returns with the latest Rap-Up installment featuring new standouts from Drakeo The Ruler, RXK Nephew, ENNY and more.
David Ma speaks to the legendary Compton rapper about the connective fabric between music and film, his role in 'Menace II Society' and the making of a Billboard hit.
TE P. pays tribute to DMX's courage to come to us all as he was, and X's ability to take others' pain as his own.
Patrick Johnson speaks to the multi-instrumentalist about his powerful new work 'The American Negro' and finding optimism in a nation that often lacks humanity.
In our latest DMX tribute, Zilla Rocca remembers X's power in 1998 and how the legendary rapper could make the industry bend to his will.
Peter Holslin details how he discovered ZULI during a 2018 stint to Cairo and ventured down the wormhole of the producer's fascinating catalog.
DMX is the October revolution of rap, and "Stop Being Greedy" is his final warning to the bourgeoisie as he storms the palace gates.
Our DMX tribute series continues "Slippin'" as Caleb Catlin writes an ode to Job, survival and perspective.
Our DMX tribute series continues with The LOX bringing every bit of 1999 back to 2020 after X's ten-month prison stint. The overdue reunion showed just how much DMX had left in the tank.