Andreas Hale looks back on the DMV emcee's roller coaster of a career.
"The most influential rock star of all-time is a narcissistic douche." - Andreas Hale
Twenty years after its release, Snoop's Doggystyle is still inescapable. Here's why.
...as soon as Pusha took the stage the atmosphere changed. Check out my review of Pusha T's My Name Is My Name concert, down bottom.
Check out my review of Cam's latest street film, down bottom.
The time has finally arrived. 2DopeBoyz and Rocksmith NYC is proud to present and debut the inaugural release of our first capsule collection: DopeHouse. After many teaser images and previews, today is the day we happily present our first foray into a new world. We hope that our fans - old and new - enjoy
By now, some of you may have heard the Hot 97 fuckery that went down a couple of days ago. If not, let us catch you up real quick. Hot 97's program director Ebro, while on Peter Rosenberg's The Realness, took shots at artists like Flatbush Zombies, Joey Bada$$ and Sean Price whom he considered
For years now, the question posed in the title has been asked over and over, and rightfully so. We all know Khaled and his infamous adlibs, his keen ability for gathering a medley of his favorite artists for posse cuts, and marketing himself by attaching his name to some of the biggest commercial hits, but
"I lay puzzled as I backtrack to earlier times. Nothing's equivalent to the New York state of mind."
"They askin' how he disappear and reappear back on top? Sayin' "Nas must have naked pictures of God or somethin'."
“Suspect niggas don't come outside. You might get your wig pushed back tonight. Said I deserve my respect. Brains don't matter if your wig get split on some 3rd eye shit.”
I will be the first to admit that the notion of an elite group of men cloaked in secrecy controlling the music industry was inconceivable, despite knowing the unethical practices that go down behind the "iron curtains" of the executives who "run" this shit. Industry Rule #4080. You know the rest. A week ago, I
DJ Eclipse has been an even busier man as of late, what with touring overseas, working on the new La Coka Nostra album and now managing Rasheed Chappell. Still, he found some time to take out of his busy schedule to hook the dopehouse up with another editorial. DJ Eclipse: It’s been a couple months