We answer the infamous question "Who Started the Grill?" Was it the South? Does having a grill mean you're tough? Where did they come from? All questions answered!
Pimpalation is his much anticipated 2nd solo album - the symbol of his emergence from the Texas penal system. Pimp C displays a Lil Kim-like approach to the music on this one, not hesitating to leverage his release from jail into momentum.
Ray Cash - why should you be "Bumpin His Music"? Why does Ray say "Fuck Amerikkka" and how did Jay-Z influence him?
Who is this guy? What is he about? Fortunately his debut album New Joc City is out on Bad Boy South to help us answer some of these questions.
To make a long story short, this mixtape is everything that is wrong with Hip Hop rolled into 17 dismal tracks. There is not one original idea; no creativity whatsoever.
Cam'ron recently survived an attempt on his life, and is fresh-off a media frenzy surrounding his release of a diss track aimed at Jay-Z.
All in all, although it certainly struggles out the gate, "Menace II Society" is not bad. But then again it certainly isn't very good. It is, however, New York to the core... whatever that means nowadays.
What do you after your ground breaking rap duo sells 11 million copies in a calendar year? You branch out and give back - that's what.
HHDX takes this time to remember <b>Proof</b> by giving you a brief synopsis of his career and the fatal incident
Who the hell dresses Kanye West? Brian Sims gives you Kanye, Common and Pharell's dirty little internet secret
What in the hell made T-Pain turn from a rapper to a singer and what exactly is "Hard & B"? Read to find out...
Brian Sims explores the origins behind the beef and why all signs point toward one man
The good news for all you Lil' Wayne fans out there who have been waiting to hear him on something other than a typical Mannie Fresh beat, the wait is over. The self-proclaimed Birdman Jr. shines...
This album shows that dude is talented; that he's more than catch phrases and clich
Is the NBA Dress Code racist? Is it some grand scheme to stop the hip hop influence on the NBA? Brian Sims explores the possibility
Kevin Liles was the man over at Def Jam and is the man at Warner Music Group. Read about his opinions on Eminem, Kanye West and the industry.
What's that Detroit underground sound that's making the asses shake? That's what Lawless Element is all about!