When it comes to acquiring knowledge, the best place to be is at the feet of elders. The wisdom elders share is so necessary for…
Ok, hate is a strong word, especially this close to Dr. King’s birthday. But when you get three talents like Talib Kweli, Phonte and Elzhi…
Phonte Coleman is one of the most underrated lyricists making hip-hop today. After a decade of recording as a member of Little Brother and The Foreign Exchange he has finally released his long-overdue solo project, Charity Starts At Home. The 12 track CD features everything fans have come to expect from Tigallo: witty wordplay, heartfelt […]
If you’re a fan of Phonte, Little Brother, or 9th Wonder, you’ll probably like this new song featuring Elzhi called “Not Here Anymore.” If you’re not a fan, you’ll at least be able to appreciate the way 9th flipped the sample of “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” by Rose Royce on this track. Check it […]
Phonte finally drops his debut solo album Charity Starts At Home. Little Brother’s frontman drops the long awaited album September 27th on +FE Music. Check out the track list below. 01. Dance in the Reign 02. The Good Fight 03. Everything Is Falling Down 04. Not Here Anymore 05. Eternally 06. Sendin My Love 07. […]
Pharoahe Monch drops the second video from his third solo album W.A.R. (We Are Renegades). In the clip he imagines a world where we turn the other cheek and let it slide instead of getting caught up in the b.s. Monch told TheUrbandaily.com in our exclusive making of W.A.R. that this song was refreshing to […]
On a dry March night in New York City the basement at SOBS night club has been converted into a bomb shelter. Lil Fame from M.O.P. Jean Grae, Large Professor, Mr. Len, !llmind, Skyzoo, King Of Chill, Showtyme, Mela Machinko, Styles P, DJ Boogie Blind, Dru Ha, Shucky Ducky, Craig G, Immortal Technique and many […]
In the early 2000s, Little Brother became one of the first hip-hop groups to rise to notoriety through internet buzz. The trio’s debut album, The Listening, is widely considered an underground classic.
In part three of Phonte’s interview with Capone-N-Noreaga he asks the duo, who met in prison, how that experience shaped their careers and their interactions in the music industry.