Editoral

To provide journal pieces interjected with insightfulness, provoke thought, create dialogue, and entertain.

50 Cent and Eminem: Star Power

50 Cent and Eminem: Star Power

  Several weeks ago 50 Cent received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his accomplishments in music, film, and television. He was accompanied by Dr. Dre and Eminem who provided a heartfelt speech to induct his longtime friend.  Right at the beginning of...

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Nas and Prodigy: Queensbridge Politics

Nas and Prodigy: Queensbridge Politics

Nas’s Lost Tapes II served as a reminder why he is in the conversation of being one of the greatest of all time. Since the release “Queensbridge Politics” seems to be one of the tracks garnering the most attention. The Pete Rock produced track serves as Nas paying...

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Jeezy and Drumma Boy: Back to the Roots

Jeezy and Drumma Boy: Back to the Roots

Jeezy recently linked back up with super producer Drumma Boy for the lead single “Gone” along with Master P for the soundtrack I Got the Hookup 2. It had been five years since Jeezy had collaborated together. Drumma Boy helped produce some of Jeezy’s most memorable...

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Nas and Rakim: The Erick Sermon Connection

Nas and Rakim: The Erick Sermon Connection

Nas has just released the single “Jarreau of Rap (Skatt Attack)” from the highly anticipated compilation album Lost Tapes II which is set to drop next week on July 19th. The project consists of unreleased tracks recorded during the sessions of Nas’s of his last four...

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Jermaine Dupri and Biggie: Brotherhood

Jermaine Dupri and Biggie: Brotherhood

Jermaine Dupri recently appeared on the Sway in the Morning show to promote his documentary Power, Influence & Hip Hop: The Remarkable Rise of So So Def set to air July 18th on We TV. During the interview Sway and Jermaine Dupri touched on a number of subjects....

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Mary J Blige and Nas: Royal Alliance

Mary J Blige and Nas: Royal Alliance

This past Wednesday Mary J Blige’s and Nas’s collaboration “Thriving” was released in conjunction with their much anticipated “Royalty Tour”. Many have coined Mary J Blige as the “Queen of Hip Hop Soul” and Nas the “King of Hip Hop”. The tour celebrates the 25th...

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Busta Rhymes: Crunk Era

Busta Rhymes: Crunk Era

Busta Rhymes longevity, staying relevant throughout his nearly thirty year career has been matched by very few fellow hip hop artists. His latest track “They Want My Blood” featuring Lil Wayne off of DJ Kay Slay’s Hip Hop Frontline shows he can still hang with the...

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