THHC walks the streets of London with super-engineer Young Guru. Okay, the other super-engineer I meant to say. He tells us his back story of living in DC, working with 90s R&B artist Nonchalant, meeting with D Dot Angelettie and working on The Mad Rapper album, along with a young, and unknown Eminem. He also builds on behind-the-scenes of Watch The Throne and his favorite joints off said album.
From "I'm On One" to "Stay Schemin."
The severely overlooked sophomore album from RJD2 and Blueprint hits the decade mark.
The Miami native continues to appreciate his place in life.
No one can deliver themes systemic police violence with as much hopefulness as Kweku can.
Off Lif's long-awaited return to rap, Don't Look Down.
The Bronx, we're on our way.
The Beast returns with a pair of banger.