With her sex-positive image, unbridled confidence and elite lyricism, Foxy Brown’s ‘Ill Na Na’ became the blueprint for female MCs...
Test your Kendrick Lamar knowledge and challenge your friends to see who the Kendrick expert is!
Running through his finest moments, the Kendrick Lamar Best Of playlist presents the very finest that hip-hop has to offer today.
Legendary Grammy-Winning Mastering Engineer Tom Coyne, credited for cutting albums for Adele, Sam Smith, Keith Urban and Mark Ronson has died Aged 62.
Featuring hits such as ‘In Da Club’ and ‘21 Questions’, the ‘50 Cent Best Of’ is due for release on 24 March.
Think you know Hip-Hop? Know your Dogg’s from your Dre’s, your NWA from your Public Enemy? Test yourself with the uDiscover Hip-Hop music quiz!
Think you know Hip-Hop? Know your Dogg’s from your Dre’s, your NWA from your Public Enemy? Test yourself with the uDiscover Hip-Hop music quiz - it’s hard but fun!
The dream-team combination of Snoop Dogg and Pharrell weighed in with the final Hot 100 chart-topper of 2004.
A 20th-anniversary edition box set of DJ Shadow’s legendary debut, ‘Endtrospective’, will be released on 28 October, shining light on a timeless classic.
The ‘American Honey’ soundtrack is a sprawling, authentic reflection of life lived as one of America’s “mag crews”.
One of South Africa's biggest stars has passed away – Mandoza, 19 January 1978 – 18 September 2016.
Celebrating 30 years since Beastie Boys became one of the biggest bands on Def Jam, ‘Licensed To Ill’ is receiving a 30th-anniversary reissue on 14 October.
On 30 September, The Black Eyed Peas’ six albums will be reissued on vinyl, tracing their evolution from local heroes to globe-straddling megastars.
Attrell Cordes, better known as Prince Be, the co-founder of hit 1990s duo P.M. Dawn, died on 17 June, 2016 in New Jersey at the age of 46.
Guitarist John Berry, a founding member of hip-hop pioneers the Beastie Boys, died 19 May. He was 52 and had been suffering from dementia.
Released on the Rawkus imprint in 2000, 'Lyricist Lounge 2' amplified the "backpacker rap" scene and its obsession with collaboration and improvisation.