Son Raw deconstructs the new album from The Alchemist & Oh No, which focuses on Hip Hop’s aesthetic of the broken, invoking the genre's long tradition of B-Boy outcasts.
'Another Triumph Of Ghetto Engineering' is a reminder that participating in underground culture is an act of resistance in itself.
Son Raw dives into the two-year long process of the creation of his new album Re:Defined, in collaboration with Jamaican rapper Five Steez.
Son Raw speaks to Sen Dog about the dynamic of Cypress Hill, learning how to get better at touring, pleasing crowds and more.
Son Raw dives into the Montreal multi-instrumentalist's latest album, which serves as a conscious effort to break the rules on the way to transcendence.
Son Raw analyzes why Black Thought's latest album, "Glorious Game," produced by the El Michels Affair is the solo Black Thought album that fans have craved for decades.
Son Raw refuses to believe "Canadian Hip-Hop" is a thing, but regional scenes in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and beyond are producing more quality rap music than ever.
Shrapknel has fully clicked as a duo, with the group’s chemistry gelling into a brand-new animal, Son Raw writes.
The latest project from Jai Nitai Lotus proves there's more to the Montreal hip-hop scene than a demographic boom, Son Raw writes.
In an era where most rappers spend their time either tinkering with complex flows or perfecting their lyrics, Kendrick is still blasting complex ideas at you at 100 miles per hour, Son Raw writes.