The Rap Up returns with words on Valee, Sonny Digital, and more.
Lucas Foster recruits Austin Brown for this week's Rap Up. Featuring Lil Flash & OJ Da Juiceman, Greedo, Lil Durk, Lil West, Kirb La Goop & Lil Wop.
Austin Brown takes a look at 'Supa Vultures,' the new EP from Lil Durk and Lil Reese.
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.
Essay by Dan Adu-Gyamfi, art by Brad Beatson and captions by Son Raw. T-Pain’s use of Auto-Tune influenced many to follow their singing dreams even if their vocal chords refused to go along. A new rap subgenre was born: “Sad Robot Music.” The phrase was coined by site founder, Jeff Weiss, and rapper, Nocando, on […]
Harold Stallworth still has a ringtone. Throughout the Clinton era, rap music and telephones were a heavenly match. Mobb Deep’s “Party Over,” Biggie Smalls’ “Warning,” Danja Mowf’s “Phone Tag,” Medina Green’s “Crosstown Beef,” The Firm’s “Phone Tap,” and Capone-N-Noreaga’s “Phone Time” were recorded in a world when jacks still had an air of mystique about […]
Stop Callin Lil Durk’s Phone September 5, 2013
Pretty sure that Lil Durk did not intend this as the anti-“867-5309,” but it’s a lot more fun if you imagine it that is. I’m still riding for Durk as the Drill rapper for people who don’t like drill rap. He’s gone full sad robot over the last couple releases, which adds an eerie sinister […]