Three years after the initial wave of Hip-Hop singles released on vinyl made a sudden impact, the genre went into completely different directions at a rapid pace, much of this stirred on by advancements in technology and a refocus on lyrical themes. #oldschool #blackmusic #hiphop #electronic #bboys #bgirls
Category Archives: Hip Hop
Forty-two years ago, the last major music movement of the 1970’s, Hip-Hop, started to make its mark with a series of 12-inch singles that were born out of New York City’s Black music scene that were originally party and dance records. #oldschool #blackmusic #hiphop
Spotlighting a unique moment in music history, one where female Hip Hop artists of color are making their biggest-ever impact on the charts and on culture. Featuring Saweetie, aka Icy, Megan Thee Stallion, aka Stalli and Carbi B, aka Bacardi. NOTE: This program contains language and subject matter some may find objectionable. We are in … Continue reading Bartender, I’ll Have a Triple Icy Stalli Bacardi.
The last decade has primarily seen Hip-Hop artists focus on singles in place of albums, much like in its early history, but Kendrick Lamar has carved out his place as the rare current artist who maintains a foot in both worlds. #kendricklamar #hiphop
The group that changed Hip Hop forever when many in the industry were about to declare it dead by the end of the 1980’s. #publicenemy #hiphop #BHM2020