Thursday, February 11, 2016

Kanye West's six-album run between 2004's The College Dropout and 2013's Yeezus is hands down the greatest, most unstoppable streak of records in hip-hop history. And while great rapper streaks are not exactly unheard of (Bay Area ambassador...

New York and the Hip-Hop Community worldwide suffered a major blow today with the passing of Big Kap.  The cause of death is currently unknown. Big Kap released "The Tunnel" album with Funkmaster Flex in...

Ever wanted to own your own Daft Punk helmet? Of course you have, and now thanks to photographer Tim Bottchen and electronics maestro Greg Santacruz, you can see the inner workings of the famous headpieces...

Audiofly have released their first pair of over the ear headphones the AF240. Known for their professional in-ear monitoring systems this is their first attempt at an over ear headphone that is designed to deliver...

Revered by DJs for its high-torque direct-drive platter that ensured flawless mixes and incredibly precise scratch performances, the last version of the Technics 1200, the MK6, was released in Japan back in 2008. But...

If you buy it for looks, You might be making a mistake. 1 Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Professional Studio Mon... By Audio-Technica 2646 reviews   2 Monster Over-Ear DJ Headphones (White) By Monster 112 reviews   3 Stanton DJpro300 Headphone By Stanton 66 reviews   4 AKG Pro Audio K67 TIESTO DJ Headphones By...

Billboard.com by Glen Peoples Seven startups have been announced for the second year of Project Music, the Nashville Entrepreneur Center music tech accelerator backed by some of the music industry's biggest companies and names. "The dramatic increase in both applicants and their geographic reach signifies a significant milestone for Project Music," said...

Bobby Shmurda, who has been behind bars since December 2014 and denied bail several times, could be released from jail this week according to new details unveiled by TMZ. In 2014, the Brooklyn rapper, whose...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SC2KknInFq4#t=30 From Behind That Wall, Now Back On The Streets. Harlem's Own JR Writer Shows Why He's Back Like He Never Left. HipHop Needs A Balance, To Separate The Weird From The Real!! Welcome Home...

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