Video Music Box Celebrates their 35th Anniversary

Video Music Box has been a major part of hip hop culture since it first aired in 1983! If you grew up in New York, VJ Ralph McDaniels and Lionel C Martin were the dopest guys on TV. I remember being so excited as a little girl to watch the videos, learn the dance moves, […]

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20 Years Later, Big Pun’s “Capital Punishment” Is Still One of the Best Hip Hop Debut Albums Ever

On April 28, 1998, Christopher Rios introduced to the world what would later be crowned as one of the greatest debut albums in hip hop history. Capital Punishment is important to hip hop for so many reasons. Pun was the first Latin rapper to bring home a platinum plaque (selling 1 million copies) for this […]

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Wu-Wednesday Spotlight: Killah Priest & 4th Disciple’s “Don’t Sit On The Speakers”

It’s 2018 and we can categorically say that “Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing ta F**k Wit”. With a legacy that has outlasted most rap careers and a legion of fans that stretch beyond both sides of the equator, the one other unique factor about the Wu is the number of affiliates. No other group in the […]

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