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Jesse Hagan
2 July, 2007 12:00 am

     In one of the most highly controversial moves in music 2006, veteran rapper Nasir Jones dug a hole, threw Hip-Hop in a coffin, buried it, and declared the genre deceased. While not everyone agreed with the Queensbridge MC, his album Hip-Hop is Dead served as a pretty convincing epitaph for the genre that was [cont.]

28 March, 2007 12:00 am

    Pizzo hit the nail right on the head when he wrote in his Thoughts of a Predicate Felon (Tony Yayo) review, “Every artist has them: the posse, the entourage, the crewmembers, the hangers-on, the yes-men, the down-since-day-one homies, the distant relatives- all of which happen to rap” B.G., former Hot Boy and ex-Cash Money [cont.]

12 March, 2007 12:00 am

     Take one undeniable rap anthem, one remix of said anthem showcasing popular rappers of the time, stir in a Mick Boogie mixtape, and you’ve got the modern day recipe for how to sell a rap album and make a name for yourself, especially for most of the artists in the recent Southern rap boom. [cont.]

6 March, 2007 12:00 am

     The Yin-Yang was a symbol in ancient Chinese philosophy that visually represented two opposing forces, each which contained elements of the opposite side, and at the same time were dependant on the other. These complimentary opposites poignantly symbolized many naturally occurring rivalries in nature: man and woman, day and night, fire and water, and [cont.]

20 February, 2007 12:00 am

      A lot has changed in Hip-Hop since the Ultramagnetic MC’s seminal debut, Critical Beatdown, and the release of their new album, The Best Kept Secret: a fact that is apparent by just comparing the covers of the two albums. In the nearly 20 years (old school heads, take a minute to check for gray [cont.]

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