Mac Miller: How a White Kid from Pittsburgh Earned Acceptance in Hip Hop

A lot of people assumed Mac Miller would be just another white boy frat rapper that faded out with time, but Mac evolved and grew up over the years. He was a true artist and never used his whiteness as…

Rick Ross Interviewed on The Breakfast Club

Rick Ross drops by to tell us all we need to know about his latest album, Port of Miami 2. The rapper also reacts to Nicki Minaj calling him out on the Joe Budden podcast. (Source: The Breakfast Club)

From SoundCloud to Success With Post Malone

In the two years since Post Malone released his mammoth viral single, “White Iverson,” his life has been a steady stream of platinum records, cigarettes, and Bud Light bottles. He’s mixed lucid trap with pop, rock, and bedroom folk, rising…

Nipsey Hussle on The Breakfast Club

Hussle talked about his 2018 album, West Side protocols, Cardi B, Diddy and Notorious B.I.G. in this interview. He also mentions how he knows that dollars bills get fucked up when you bury them underground for any amount of time.

Kid Cudi: How a Misfit from Cleveland Impacted Hip Hop

“All I wanted to do was help kids not feel alone, and stop committing suicide,” says Cudi at the end of this new short documentary from filmmaker Jake Zeeman. From Zeeman: “Over the past decade, Kid Cudi has changed the…

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