Mano Sundaresan speaks with the rising Riverside rapper about cultivating her style and fans wanting to spit in her mouth.
TE P once again speaks to the Sacremento rap star, about his life during COVID-19 and being told he could change things for his community.
Son Raw speaks to the London DJ/producer duo about technique, their label Keysound, and the online community of More Cowbell.
Zilla Rocca speaks to the rap legend once again, this time about touring with Camp Lo, Seattle's current social climate, and much more.
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Will Schube speaks with the multifaceted musician about faith, his friendships with Navy Blue and Ras G, and getting a little roughed up by a black police officer.
TE P. chats with the burgeoning East Memphis rapper about running the streets at eight years old and learning hard lessons about loyalty.
Jayson Buford talks to the Sacramento rapper about the biggest misconception about his hometown's music scene, getting 100,000 views on his first music video, and how he deals with the pressure of success.
Will Schube speaks to PremRock and Curly Castro about unspoken competition, the difference between New York and Philly's rap scenes, and their fantastic self-titled as ShrapKnel.
Max Bell speaks with the diaristic rapper about writing his first rhyme at the end of the 20th Century and the grief which inspired his newest album 'lo&behold'.
Taylor Crumpton speaks with the North Dallas rapper about a conversation with his father that made him pursue rap seriously and being referred to as his generation's Boosie.