Public Enemy have spent over 25 years delivering socio-political messages that give voice to those who have long been ignored, are unafraid to question institutional injustices and challenge both leaders and laymen alike to work for change. Continue Reading →
In an exclusive interview with Smoke DZA, All Hip Hop talked to DZA about ‘He Has Risen’ Joint Album With Harry Fraud, NYC Hip Hop & Expanding His Film Career, and his thoughts about the rap renaissance, filming, artists and more in Harlem.
It may be Harlem’s Puff Daddy’s birthday, but the music mogul is giving out the gifts: The rapper is planning to release free music on Wednesday. Continue Reading →
We’ve heard it time and time again, those worn out and cliché lines about how New York Rap has lost its “essence” or the most famous one, “New York rap is not the same” seem to be brought up in almost every convo relating to the genre. Continue Reading →