Although New York hasn’t been the center—or even an especially noteworthy hub, for that matter—of rap music for over a decade, it still holds a special meaning. New York is the Mecca of rap, the fertile soil from which it sprung and where the golden age of hip hop blossomed. This is where Kool Herc spun back the breaks and where Rakim stumped for his preferred presidential candidate and where Nas peered out of his Queensbridge window, penning rhymes to capture the vibe that surrounded him.
Vh1 Hip Hop Honors Red Carpet Sightings Vh1’s Hip Hop Honors recognizing legendary female emcees aired tonight, with tributes to and appreciation for rap legends Lil Kim, Queen Latifah, Salt & Pepa, and Missy Elliott. The show was a...
Maybe Mona can help him out… Creditors Sue Lil Scrappy For Unpaid Debt Via TMZ reports: Love & Hip Hop” star Lil Scrappy better have some “Money in the Bank” left over from his rap career … because his TV