The Rap Up returns with words on new tracks by Lil Wayne, A$AP Rocky, and more.
Paul Thompson recalls the weekend he and [redacted] spent in Las Vegas.
Will Hagle takes a look at Dae Dae's "Spend It" (and its various remixes).
The Rap Up returns with new ones from Lil Wayne, Ezale, Clams Casino, and more.
In late 2014, I interviewed Lil Wayne at his home in Miami. Published here in full for the first time, he talks about everything from The Hot Boys to his creative process, to wanting to quit rap.
The Rap Up returns with new ones from Maxo Kream, Riff Raff, and some bad rap rock combos.
Porter Partin examined the history of Rap Instagram beefs so you didn't have to.
'Ders and Dennis and DJ Rafal, Gibbs, Rawse, Thugger, Fall Out Boy ft. Migos, wait what? And much more, it's the freakin' Rap Up ya ghouls!
Torii MacAdams is the Rap Game Nick Dunne Who’s the King of The South? Very few rappers can lay serious claim to the title, but if between 2004 and 2009 you’d have said “Lil Wayne,” few would have batted an eyelash. The dreadlocked goblin capitalized on incredibly fallow years in rap music with a non-stop […]
After the frequent delays and label drama surrounding "Carter V," Lil Wayne attempts to regain his old magic.