Pete Tosiello speaks to the L.A. R&B singer about the benefits of not putting any pressure on her recording sessions, instinctively knowing what she wants to sound like on the mic, and showcasing a full scope of her artistry.
The stakes aren’t as high as they ought to be on Nas' and Hit-Boy's third collaboration. 'KD3' proves great art requires some engagement with the wider world.
Pete Tosiello returns to the scene of the "Miss You" music video, filmed weeks after Aaliyah's tragic passing as DMX speaks for a legion of his peers.
Pete Tosiello speaks to the rapper/producer about being a student of Detroit's hip-hop history and discovering a new sound on his latest project 'TALK SOON.'
Pete Tosiello speaks to the D.C. MC about working with projects with one producer and customizing Nissan Z-series models.
Pete Tosiello goes in on the Morningside Heights rapper's 2019 opus.
Pete Tosiello speaks with the founding member of the New York rap group about leaving the major label system and competing against Big L at a talent show.
Pete Tosiello explores the Philadelphia rapper's best album yet.
All Eyez On Me: 20 Years On February 18, 2016
Pete Tosiello sifts through the incredible amount of great 1996 rap records to examine the holy grail: 2Pac's All Eyez On Me.
Resident New York Scholar Pete Tosiello remembers Cormega's debut, The Realness.