Two decades later, 'The Realness’' moments of purest joy don’t come from the money, the cars or even revenge on Cormega's enemies, but from rap, Son Raw writes.
Son Raw hopped on a Zoom call with the three podcasters of a certain age to talk about the current music landscape, aging gracefully in hip-hop and more.
Slowie and $H The Producer hit an incredibly raw, emotional and real note on their latest release.
Son Raw breaks down how the remnants of Danny Brown's Bruiser Brigade crew have helped bolster Michigan's ever-strong rap scene through their latest three releases.
In the latest from our DMX tribute series, Son Raw pays homage to the late rapper's dedication to the craft and the power of his voice.
Son Raw waxes poetic on Ransom and Nicholas Craven's symphonic soul of lo-fi weirdness with the drama and emotion of a film score on 'Crime Scenes.'
After mocking the past 40 years of rock music, Son Raw created an imaginary rock band in his head while stuck in quarantine, taking aim at hippies and punks along the way.
Son Raw enlists Senz Beats to talk about staying sane during quarantine through sampling -- and the app that made it easier than ever to do so.
Son Raw speaks to the legendary producer about putting out his latest record through the label Sacred Bones, how the industry has improved since the file-sharing days, and much more.
Son Raw explores the leftfield, wild style raps of the Massachusetts MC.