It’s been three months since rising star Pop Smoke was murdered, but a new TMZ report shows that police are running into coronavirus-related setbacks.
If “quarantine album” is a new genre we need to be tracking now, who better to kick it off than a pop star who’s embraced the internet to not only help promote, but also to create.
On this week’s episode the guys are back with three new topics and plenty of hip-hop knowledge. Listen, read and watch here …
Ayana Contreras shares her unqiue take on the new album græ by Moses Sumney
The rap group plans on releasing new tracks every week while they work on two upcoming albums. Listen quick, though, they’ll be gone soon.
RTJ4 is looking to be Run The Jewels’s most audacious project yet.
Journalist and screenwriter Barry Michael Cooper talks about the life and legacy of Andre Harrell, the founder of Uptown Records, who died recently at the age of 59.
Every Monday night Kevin Coval and Idris Goodwin look at how hip hop intersects with culture, politics, fashion and more …
With a world that appears to have been put on hold, Bad Bunny is not letting a worldwide pandemic from keeping him productive…
Her sophomore effort asks us what price we are willing to pay for damage, and, more importantly, perspective.