Black Thought, Run DMC, LL Cool J, Salt N Pepa, Rakim, Public Enemy, Ice-T, Queen Latifah, Method Man, Big Boi, Missy Elliott, The LOX, De La Soul, Busta Rhymes, Lil Baby, GloRilla, and many, many more took part…
“I know this induction is supposed to be me talking about myself and shit man, but fuck that. I would not be here without them“ – Eminem after thanking dozens and dozens in his Rock Hall speech
Having originally published a best albums of the 1990s list in 2003, Pitchfork just put up a new version, and there are some changes…
Rolling Stone have taken on the daunting task of ranking the greatest hip hop album of all time, from the Golden Age to modern times.
Seventeen years after the original list, Rolling Stone has published a completely new version of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, including 254 songs that weren’t present on the 2004 list.
You can also read tribute from Questlove, El-P, Public Enemy, Roxanne Shanté, LL Cool J, Magic Johnson, Timbaland, Tom Morello, Michael Rapaport, Kaytranada, Wyclef Jean, 50 Cent, A-Trak, Questlove, and more.
Summer is here, shows are back, and Jesse Malin has some music for the occasion. He’s playing 7 & 9:30 PM shows at City Winery tonight (6/25), and ahead of the shows, he penned a short essay on the return of NYC nightlife and made us two playlists…
Members of Sepultura, Cypress Hill, 311 and more join in on this Public Enemy cover that is part of the “Kings of Quarantine“ web series.
Last year would’ve marked Bob Marley‘s 75th birthday, and the Marley family hosted a variety of events all year to celebrate. Among those events were supposed to be tribute concerts from the late legend’s sons Ziggy and Stephen, but since those couldn’t happen due to coronavirus, Ziggy did a virtual covers set in the summer, […]