Isa Muhammad Reveals His Past

Isa Muhammad

The newest MMG rapper spoke to Complex about his life prior to meeting rap mogul Rick Ross. Hard times can fall on anybody at any given time. All it takes to get out of those hard times, however, is one chance. For rappers, the chance to get out of any struggles they may be wrestling…

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The Cool Kids Are Back in Hip-Hop

The Cool Kids

The Chicago duo, known as The Cool Kids, is reuniting after a seemingly permanent year-long hiatus. In 2015, Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks announced that their duo, The Cool Kids, was “never coming back”. At the time, they left their Shark Week album forever unreleased. Recently, however, that message has changed. Chuck Inglish took to Twitter on Wednesday…

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DJ Twin Debuts Day 1 EP

It’s DJ Twin’s 1st day in the spotlight, as he drops his debut EP DJ Twin is a producer and DJ based in Chicago and LA. He came up as Sean Kingston’s tour DJ, and now he drops his debut EP Day 1. Although he only contributes 2 beats on the whole tape – the French…

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Young Thug Says Gender Does Not Exist

Young Thug gender

Young Thug’s words foreshadow a change towards wider inclusion and acceptance in hip-hop culture. Young Thug recently joined a colorful cast of characters like Henry Rollins, Yung Lean, Keith Ape, Kate Moss, Zoe Kravitz and Bella Hadid and Frank Ocean as one of the faces of the A/W16 Calvin Klein campaign. In a brief promotional visual, shot…

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Big K.R.I.T. Drops Mixtape—Leaves Def Jam Records

The Mississippi rapper has decided to part ways with the label that signed him back in 2010.   Big K.R.I.T. released twelve freestyles this past Tuesday as part of his surprise “12 for 12” series. Following the release of the final track, K.R.I.T. tweeted that he will no longer be signed to Def Jam Records—terminating the…

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