hip hop

Hip-Hop was born from a spirit of protest and the desire to be heard, so it’s no surprise that many of our favorite rappers have drawn influence from Dr. Martin Luther King. Here’s 15 times Hip-Hop artists like Kanye West, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar and Common referenced Martin Luther King, Jr. Related Articles Kareem ‘Biggs’ Burke […]

As the nation celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the work and efforts of the global icon are back at the cultural forefront in a big…

We may be embarking on a royal hip-hop rumble that we didn’t even see coming. Just hours after Remy Ma dropped her second diss track against Nicki Minaj, rumors began swirling that Foxy Brown is now putting on her gloves and stepping in the battle. In a video snippet posted by The Shade Room, a […]

Rapper Foxy Brown wants to make things clear that if she is dragged into a rap beef, she will finish it. After Remy Ma dropped the ubiquitous diss track “ShETHER” on Saturday, a lot of folks think one line from the track is about Foxy Brown: “I kill rappers, and you good as dead, b*tch/Talkin’ […]

Headlines often provide some controversy to associate with the name Lil Yachty, so Headkrack went on a quest to understand the man behind the name. Lil Yachty opened up about being the one who made it big out of his group of friends, and how he fell into the rap game. He talks about meeting […]

Just a couple of months after her altercation with Russell Crowe, the rapper has a new target for her madness: Nicki Minaj.

Atlanta artists Canon and Derek Minor put a twist on Richard Pryor’s 1985 comedy, “Brewster’s Million” for the music video for, “Over Do It,” a song off of Canon’s “Loose Canon Vol. 3″ album. The hype hip-hop song wastes no time turning up for the listener, and not only because of the beat. Canon and […]

Jeezy shares his thoughts on the controversial issue of gun control. He explains why he doesn’t really think guns are the root of the problem- it’s the kids. He discusses what is at the source of Chicago’s terrible gun violence problem, saying that he thinks Chi-town was once “one of the most disciplined cities in […]

Jeezy explains what kind of anthem he would write for Hillary Clinton if she wins the presidency. He also explains why he thinks its crucial for people to vote, especially if you don’t think Donald Trump should win. He talks about raising his son, and teaching him to work hard and build a business of […]

Jeezy discusses his latest album, “Trap Or Die 3.” He laughs about the weight of the chain around his neck, and the hype around the announcement of his album. He talks about the pressure to top oneself and how he deals with it. He also talks about his last album, “Church In The Streets,” and […]

Jeezy talks about enjoying his days as a “big dog” in the music industry now, as opposed to being an up-and-coming artist still learning the ropes. He talks about how he has adjusted over the years to the change from a physical market (i.e.: CDs), to an industry that is essentially entirely digital. Sign Up […]

Toya Wright dishes to Gary With Da Tea about her new book “In My Own Words: My Real Reality.” She says that as a reality TV personality, people tend to think they really know who she is, when in reality what viewers see on TV is only a fraction of who she is in her […]