From Radio to Roc Nation: Watch This New Documentary On Cipha Sounds

Cipha Sounds shouldn't be solely probably the most revered names in New York rap, however his influence and affect extends throughout the pond, too. Simply ask London-based filmmaker Nathan Miller, who put collectively this documentary celebrating the life and profession of the beloved DJ, podcast host and comic. The 20-minute movie

The Biggest Revelations From Bobby Shmurda’s ‘GQ’ Jailhouse Interview

Because the younger rapper stays behind bars after a number of unsuccessful makes an attempt for bail, GQ goes inside Bobby Shmurda’s “surreal saga” on this wonderful new profile. Scott Eden sits down for a uncommon jailhouse interview with Bobby whereas uncovering many startling particulars — and elevating greater questions

You’ll Soon Be Able to Retweet Yourself On Twitter

In at the moment’s “water is moist” information, Twitter continues to tinker with the location everyone knows and love by saying yet one more batch of updates coming quickly to our fingertips. Don’t fear, most of them are nice and lengthy overdue (“@” names, media attachments and polls will not

New Music: The Roots “Champion” (NBA Finals 2016 Theme Song)

The Sixers could also be a great distance from the NBA Playoffs, not to mention the Finals, however because of The Roots, Philly continues to be leaving its stamp on this yr’s basketball post-season. Questlove, Black Thought and co. have been tapped to create the official theme track for the

Watch Madlib’s Hour-Long Red Bull Music Academy Lecture

“I don’t speak in entrance of individuals,” stated Madlib, the irony not misplaced on the handfuls of followers taking in his each phrase. Nevertheless, regardless of his excessive introversion, Purple Bull Music Academy nonetheless managed to lure out the elusive Beat Konducta for a prolonged and insightful lecture in New

Jim Jones Announces New Album ‘The Kitchen’

Cam dropped a new one final week, Juelz has a bunch of tasks on deck, and now it appears like Jim Jones is able to make a comeback of his personal this summer time. The Vamp Life capo has been cooking up a brand new album referred to as The

The Making of J Dilla’s ‘The Diary’ (Mini Documentary)

The Diary isn’t your typical posthumous J Dilla album. Locked away on archaic software program for nearly 15 years, the album was meant to be Dilla’s introduction to the mainstream, his main label debut that discovered him rapping over beats from fellow top-tier producers like Pete Rock, Nottz and Hello-Tek.