Speaking So Freely

In this business, we hold our tongues often. Shit, I don't write too much here because my words hurt. Running this magazine is my daily operation, so I gotta be careful with what I can or can't say. The streets have no conscience however. And neither does the rap industry. People in it gossip like little school girls at a sleepover. Below are 11 things that rap fans and industry scum agree on but are afraid to admit. Go to a barbershop, ride a subway train, hang out a record label for more than a hour or two, and prove me ...

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And Then What

Lil Scrappy >> After first yelling “What!” when approached with the idea of sharing, or God forbid, losing his most promising artist, Lil Jon has ...

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Throw It Back

Tucked away on a leafy block off of New York City’s Madison Avenue, the Hotel Plaza Athenee is a decidedly inconspicuous place to stay. Favored ...

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They Don’t Know

It’s close to midnight when Sean Paul Joseph, the 26-year-old half of the Atlanta-based Youngbloodz, pulls his black BMW 760 up to the AMF American ...

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Say It Again

Wait a minute. Remy Ma’s supposed to be gangsta. And gangstas don’t dance. But here she is, in the rough cut of the video for ...

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