Son Raw connects with the Montreal producer to discuss his career, TNGHT, Kanye collaborations and more.
16 years after his debut studio album, AZ delivers 'Do or Die 2.' He joins Zilla to talk Quiet Money philosophy, the next generation and more.
Fellowship releasing this project on vinyl in '91 helped kick off the independent record movement that came to dominate the creative side of hip-hop culture.
Drippin So Pretty's fascination about life after death isn't a morose reflection but one that’s natural for someone whose life has been interspersed with repeated tragedy.
The Memphis veteran talks to Dash Lewis about the many sides of Memphis and his mission to heal.
Big Sad has gained a large and sturdy following, bridging the gap between New LA and the gangbanging, G-Funk era of the 90’s.
Dome of Doom Records has been a central player in the LA beat scene for the past decade. Now the imprint celebrates with a thirty-track reflection.
The Alabama rapper/producer/polymath set out to record a greatest hits album, and he may have done just that on his latest.
On the duo's debut album, the sew the intertwining histories of hip-hop, literature, and Black Chicagoland.
The Bay Area rapper is more than someone just thankful that you're fucking with him. He's here to stay.