The Foundation of 5eGallery is gearing up for their 4th Annual Women in Hip Hop Celebration.
3DNaTee releases a video for “Church,” with visuals inspired by Malcolm X.
Azealia Banks teamed up with grafitti artist Fafi for her latest video, “Atlantis,” off of “Fantasea.
Queen Latifah teamed up with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith to relaunch “The Queen Latifah Show.”
Raven Sorvino teams up with Cleveland producer M. Stacks for her latest song, “Shinin on Em,” dropping on his “Connected Everywhere” mixtape.
Rapper Angel Haze records song revealing sexual abuse as a child, says she hopes that her revelation can help someone else in a similar situation.
Angel Haze performs for Pitchfork Media's unofficial CMJ showcase in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The young MC has been rapidly making a name for herself.
Nicki Minaj teamed up with Cassie for her latest video “The Boys,” the lead single from the re-release of “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded â€“ The Re-Up.”
The Chicago bred, New York based emcee released a new video for her song entitled, “Paint a Picture,” which was produced by Chris Rob and DJ Spinna. The song features Chris Rob and Chesney Snow. It’s a sweet tune with a jazzy vibe. It kind of reminds me of the 90s, but not in a corny way. The video is super cute, and directed by @AkilBakari. Check it out
When Mike Scala was growing up in Queens, New York, he was surrounded by hip-hop. The Rosedale native would listen to progressive artists like Mos Def, Pharoahe Monch and more during his dollar van rides to high school in the 90s. Eventually, Scala starting penning his own rhymes and got so skilled as an emcee that Pizon was born. As Pizon, Scalaâ€™s following got so large that he caught the attention of hip-hop powerhouse Rawkus Records, and became one of Rawkusâ€™ 50 Most Important Hip-Hop Artists to have music digitally distributed by the iconic label. Eventually, Scala discovered that making Read the rest of this entry »