September 4, 2012
Didn’t Lil’ Wayne release Dedication 4 today ? So no, you can’t download it here, or find the lyrics, torrent or any mp3. Try DatPiff maybe. To be honest, I am just curious to know if I’ll get more clicks with this one…
This is from the february 2000 issue of Blaze magazine, and as far as I know it was his first time on a magazine cover as a solo artist. Fell free to correct me if I’m wrong.
(Maybe I should add the word sextape to get a little more traffic ?)
August 11, 2012
Four pages article written by Ricky Powell, covering various graffiti kings : Daze, Revolt, Zephyr, Futura 2000, Dondi, Team and Lee. Published in the “True School” special issue of The Source, november 1993.
April 24, 2010
Feature article on Guru published in Rap Pages for the release of Jazzmatazz in august 1993.
December 7, 2009
My man Bachir is about to release a dope mix consisting of over 60 minutes of music by The Nonce. Classics from Nouka and Yusef as well as tracks from Aceyalone, Supherb, etc produced by The Nonce.
The CD shall be available soon, but here is the teaser :
Bachir : The Nonce Mixtape teaser
Also, you may want to check our A Word From Our Sponsors for some old creative advertising. We’ll go back to our normal program soon.
August 7, 2009
Classic article by Wendy Day of the Rap Coalition, breaking down the economics of a standard record deal. This was first published in On The Go, in the summer 1995 issue, so some of the figures might be outdated, but for the most part it is still relevant today.
Boogie Down Production : How Not To Get Jerked (Divshare)
January 8, 2009
SLurg Lesson 3 mix
I haven’t done an indie rap mix in a long time, so I figured since the genre is so popular in the blog world I could do another one. 75 minutes of indie rap from the mid to late 90’s, from LA, New York, Australia and Europe. Enjoy.
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September 25, 2008
Une fois n’estpas coutume un article francais avec la toute premiere couv’ de Supreme NTM dans L’Affiche, qui répondent aux questions d’une journaliste qui n’aime pas le rap…
(And I’ll be back later today with articles in english and some more rarely heard music from Revolucien…)
NTM & Lucien : Check The Flow (DivShare)
December 28, 2007
If you were only reading The Source in 1994 to get your info about hip-hop you wouldn’t even know what happened inside The Source. Darryl James used this opportunity to throw a couple of jabs at the staff of the legendary magazine.
November 26, 2007
I’ve been asked for that one a long time ago in the comments. Written by AJ Woodson (and Kool Moe Dee). Don’t hesitate to ask if you’re looking for something specific.
Kool Moe Dee vs Busy Bee : Battle at The Harlem World (DivShare)