Exclusive: After hits with Eminem, Dr. Dre and Lupe Fiasco the songstress reveals that "C'mon Let Me Ride" is just one side of her presentation, and that the single was mixed by none other than Marshall.
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The man behind "Stank In My Blunt" explains having international appeal and pulling double duty as an emcee and a producer.
The Chicago-born Madison, Wisconsin-raised emcee opens up about growing up, his inspiration from recording in Europe along with reasons for finally setting in New York City.
After working with Styles P, Game and Pharrell, Jared Evan speaks about filling a void in Hip Hop, and why rocking a Brooklyn stage was a turning point.
The virtual A&R service founders say, "We will own digital music A&R by summer, and shortly after, move into other verticals with the same model."
After making "2Pac Back" for Meek Mill and Rick Ross, this Atlanta native is getting "more and more hits," including 50 Cent's first single and an almost-didn't-make-it Young Jeezy album cut.
With two celebrated appearances with Lupe Fiasco, a group with Dice Raw and a successful debut featuring Black Thought and Lu on the same song, the lovely Nikki Jean's grind is paying off.
One of the illest new emcees on the scene talks about his culinary influences in his raps, idolizing Kool G Rap, and his gem of an animal "Dr. Lecter."
One of Def Jam's newest artists speaks about his regular guy vibe, growing up on N.W.A. and Nirvana, and medical marijuana and ex-girlfriends.
The Steel City's next big star talks about his willingness to experiment with his music, growing up as an ATLiens fan, and how Wiz Khalifa has acted as Mac's big brother