First and foremost, while i’m occasionally guilty of using it, I would love to see the elimination of the words “Old School”. It indicates retirement. The fact is, there are rappers who actually HAVE retired their mics, and they STILL know more about true Hip-Hop, than most of these kids today.
November 17th, 2016 HIS NEW ALBUM REASONABLY ILL ARRIVES DECEMBER 1, 2016 AND FEATURES REWORKS OF CLASSIC JAY Z AND NAS Nas once made a statement that “Hip Hop Is Dead”. Well a Virginia MC is definitely keeping it alive, taking inspiration from Nas’ debut album, the well known, well loved, “Illmatic”. Making the concept […]
By Adrienne Miller (and Jailyn Robinson) Most kids will never know of the U.N.I.T.Y Queen Latifah was trying to spread … or how she empowered women in ‘Ladies First’. They won’t remember how Common ‘s ‘I Used to Love H.E.R’ or how Fat Joe taught us to ‘Lean Back’. However, my son who is quite […]
Savior Monroe is the emcee/head engineer for the Camp Phire Connection. He’s been an artist for 10 years. Born and raised in Detroit. He says that music is his biggest passion and the best way to express himself. Hip-Hop Forum Digital Magazine thanks him for taking the time out to bless us with […]
Mr. Boricua Boy (Christopher Román) was born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico and is almost 25. He’s been rapping since he was 14. As a military brat he’s been all over the world. He’s been in the Army since March 2011 as an Aviation Operations Specialist and in the future will be an US Army Recruiter […]