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USD Radio Interview: Slum Village
For pictures, exclusive video interview and original article check out USD Radio To raise a child on hip hop, it takes more than a couple of artists. It takes a Slum Village. For most hip hop aficionados, there is no denying that this group, with their incorporation of feel Motown beats and tastings of booty techno, is must in any iTunes library. Originally formed in 1996 by childhood friends...
USD Radio Interview: The Cool Kids
For pictures and original article’s site, check out USD Radio Sir Michael Rocks and Chuck Inglish are back, proving that a little time away is never a bad thing with their newest release When Fish Ride Bicycles. Working with some of the crème de la crème of hip hop, Pharrell Williams and Ghostface Killah of the Wu Tang Clan, the new album has the minimalist style fans have grown to love...
Reminisce With M.I.S.S.: Positive K
Text (for entire article with pictures & video visit: M.I.S.S ) : Rap may sometimes be seen as purely a hardcore, machismo, “hit it and quit it” art form, but its humbler side is often overlooked. Outside listeners tend to forget that rap didn’t begin with Beamers, Benzes, or Bentleys, or champagne flowing from the sky. Rather it began with normal guys on the street with a boombox...
Reminisce With M.I.S.S.: Busta Rhymes
Text (for entire article with pictures & video visit: M.I.S.S ) : WooHah! This week M.I.S.S. will be rockin’ with one of the best, Busta Rhymes. The Brooklyn-born rapper (originally Trevor Smith Jr.) has been gracing the airwaves with his witty lyrics, larger than life personality and signature rapping abilities for more than 20 years. One might even say he is the king of...