Bernadette Giacomazzo

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, and photographer whose work has appeared in The Source, XXL, HipHopWired, Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, and more. She is also the author of The Uprising series. Find her online at http://www.bernadettegiacomazzo.com and http://www.longlivetheuprising.com

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A History Of Rappers Sounding Like JAY-Z

Made Hov say, "Okay, so make another Hov" ... a few times!

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Butterfly Ali Talks Switch From Actor On ABC's 'The Rookie' To A Budding R&B Career

#DXCLUSIVE: Titus Makin is focusing energy towards a new career during the COVID-19 shutdown.

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Review: Asher Roth's Self-Imposed Exile Ends With The Uneven 'Flowers On The Weekend'

The unofficial spokesman for higher education gets a bit too trippy for his own good.

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CeeLo Green Teases New Goodie Mob Album While Promoting New Solo Album

#DXCLUSIVE: From Goodie Mob to 'Thomas Calloway,' CeeLo Green reflects on a Hip Hop life well lived.

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Famous Dex Talks Name Change, New Single With Tyga & Rich The Kid, & More

#DXCLUSIVE: Chicago's enigmatic trap rapper grows up.

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Review: With 'Pregame Rituals,' 2KBABY Offers More Than Just A Viral Hit

The newcomer proves he's working with more than a gimmick.

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B-Real Of Cypress Hill Talks New Single With Berner, The Evolution Of Cannabis Companies & More

#DXCLUSIVE: The West Coast Hip Hop legend holds nothing back this 4/20.

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Talkhouse CEO Ian Wheeler Talks Hip Hop Crossovers With The Likes Of Chuck D, Black Thought & More

#DXCLUSIVE: Wheeler says the current pandemic provides good opportunities for Hip Hop artists.

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From Eminem's #GodzillaChallenge To TrillerFest, Triller Co-Owner Ryan Kavanaugh Has Innovative Marketing For Rap Artists

#DXCLUSIVE: The co-creator of the #GodzillaChallenge has some advice for aspiring rap superstars.

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Review: Audio Push Delivers A High-Octane Power Blast On 'No Rest...For The Blessed'

The rising rap superstars are young, fun, and full of crunk.

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