Thomas Johnson takes a look at El-P's 2007 classic, 'I'll Sleep When Your Dead,' ten years after its original release.
We talk with Elucid about institutional racism, his time in South Africa, and his day job as a school teacher.
Douglas Martin takes a look at Roc Marciano's latest LP, Rosebudd's Revenge.
Masta Ace's The Falling Season is the rare album that looks back on an era without becoming too nostalgic.
Pete Tosiello introduces you to Hard 2 Obtain's "L.I. Groove" so you don't have to listen to Chance all summer.
Zilla returns to explain why you should be listening to more Fat Joe.
Doc Zeus tells you why we need more angry, funny rappers. Welcome back, J-Zone.
Julian Brimmers and Aesop Rock talk about rapping at 50, making music in a barn, and the merits of keeping a tight creative circle.
Harold Stallworth takes a look at Westside Gunn, Conway the Machine, and Mach Hommy—the core group of New York's rising Griselda Gang.
Grappling with Jeru the Damaja's legacy upon the release of his early demos.