20 Years Later: ‘Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star’ Is Still One of the Most Underrated Albums Ever

Sometimes music is so ahead of its time that people aren’t ready for it, so they push it to the back, and then BOOM, years later everyone gets it. When we talk about the best hip hop albums of 1998, people always overlook the legendary Rawkus Records release, ‘Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star’. When The […]

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On Sunday, September 30th Join “The Funeral to Bury the Violence” 2018, Presented by Doitall, 211ci, and Earlii Red

THE FUNERAL TO BURY THE VIOLENCE | 2018 PSA from Kim “Earlii Red”, the Outreach Director/Communications for 211Ci and DoItAllForNewark: “On behalf of 211Ci, DoItAllForNewark, and Dupre “DoItAll” Kelly, we would like to invite you to “Bury The Violence” anger, fear, and anything you need to heal. At 10am on Sunday, September 30th all Wards […]

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Attend Omen44’s “Building A Nation” EP Release Party — August 24th In Brooklyn

The Plug International along with Mecca New York‘s notorious artist Omen44, present Building A Nation EP release party on Friday, August 24th at 8pm. The event will be held at Cafe de la Esquina in Brooklyn and hosted by Nikki. Omen44 rallied up some of the surrounding boroughs most elite Hip Hop endorsers to bless […]

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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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