Public Enemy, D’Angelo, Killer Mike, and Childish Gambino tracks have as well.
Someone played “Chocolate Rain” by Tay Zonday, too.
The rapper eventually decided to cut the TV show hook from his song.
An assemblage of hopes, fears, and celebrations—with an overriding awareness of history and legacy.
Exciting? Sure. Unique? Without a doubt. Frustrating? Unfortunately.
The Icons of American Music Hologram Tour will feature holograms of Tupac, NWA, and more.
A collection of seminal studio debuts that proves first time can absolutely be the charm.
Most of the year’s socially conscious music has been far more personal than political.
Listen to these with a candle burning and you’ll see your favorite films.
Nearly 30 years ago, six Compton youth got real and changed hip-hop forever.
A joint trek that would have surely left a trail of melted faces and destroyed hotel rooms.
Because some stars burn brighter on their own.