At the Speeds of Life May 17, 2022
Both DJ Screw and J Dilla biographies make the persuasive argument that the work of each producer was a combination of specific, unique genius, and of insight derived from their cities.
In his new book, Dan Charnas takes a deep dive into J Dilla's singular genius as an inventor of completely new rhythmic structures.
POW premieres the latest track from Phat Kat's 'Carte Blanche' reissue, "It Don't Get No Liver Than This."
Lara Gamble chats with legendary rap photographer B+ about his many stories shooting rap's biggest names.
Joel Biswas talks to BBE Records founder Pete Adarkwah about how a party turned into one of the U.K.'s best indie labels.
Offset gets targeted by law enforcement, Fabolous continues to misspell "Fabulous," Conway puts on a balaclava, and more!
The Rap-Up: Week of Feb. 19th February 18, 2016
New old Kanye, another consistent Spitta Andretti tape, a new project from Ras G, and more.
41 "Rare" instrumentals being released by Ma Dukes and Vintage Vibez Music Group.
A conversation with Young RJ and T3 about what it was have Dilla as a mentor, and their latest, Jay Dee produced album"Yes."
Max Bell is second cousins twice removed with Lil Dap. Dismiss the teen renaissance of dense and dusty, jazz-inflected rap songs and you denounce Doom and Dilla. They’re the perennial link between the boom-bap of old and most contemporary iterations, their influence over high school rap fans as strong as it was when Tyler and […]