Nate LeBlanc explores the career of the influential producer, from DJ battles at twelve years old to being a hip-hop elder statesman.
Whether you like the album or you don't, the Atlanta trapper's major label debut is a generational touchstone. Abe Beame explains why.
David Brake traces the ascent of the influential Memphis producer, who explains the inspiration behind some of his choice cuts.
Through a couple interviews and deep research, Robert Ham tells the story of how the English electronic duo's influential remix of the Eric B. & Rakim staple stormed the scene.
Jaap van der Doelen tracks the nomadic MC's journey from purported savior of hip-hop to prodigal son.
Ahead of his -- *checks notes* -- tenth NBA Finals appearance, Abe Beame makes a strong case for the four-time MVP and sixteen-time All-Star as the greatest NBA player of all-time.
No stranger to insanely ambitious (or flat-out insane) projects, Abe Beame attempts to settle the debate over the greatest 5 mic album once and for all.
Marco Kane explores the rap scene of Ohio's third-biggest city and finds a handful of its most talented artists.
Dean Van Nguyen dives deep into the 9th Wonder-produced, long-delayed, and heavily pirated cult classic.
Casey Taylor chronicles the rise of the burgeoning Pittsburgh artist, from moving to the city as a preteen to becoming one of its most hotly tipped stars.