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    Public Enemy To Tour With Wu-Tang Clan, De La Soul & DJ Premier

    Chuck D and Flavor Flav have essentially been on hiatus since Flav filed a lawsuit against his Public Enemy counterpart and former Bomb Squad producer Gary “G-Wiz” Rinaldo in September 2017. Aside from a brief reunion at Terminator X’s recent wedding, Public Enemy hasn’t performed any shows — until now. According to an Instagram post […] More

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    Juice WRLD Sued For Allegedly Jacking 16-Year-Old Producer

    Juice WRLD just finished dealing with Sting suing him over his Billboard hit “Lucid Dreams,” which samples his 1993 single “Shape Of My Heart.” Now Juice is facing more legal trouble over another song. 16-year-old beatmaker Jerome Willisch out of Colorado has filed a lawsuit through his guardians against Juice WRLD for allegedly lifting his […] More

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    Twitter Offers Divided Opinions About R. Kelly Being Label-Less

    The Surviving R. Kelly fallout continues. Earlier today, the news broke that Sony Music and R. Kelly agreed to mutually part ways. Some other reports, however, suggest that Sony “dropped” the R&B singer-songwriter. Regardless, Kelly has been removed from the RCA Records website, which houses a complete roster of the label’s signed artists. This latest […] More

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    #10yearschallenge : À quoi ressembler le rap en 2009 ?

    Toute la communauté Instagram et Twitter s’essaie depuis quelques jours au #10yearschallenge, lequel s’agit de poster deux photos : l’une en 2019, l’autre en 2009, afin de comparer l’évolution. Ici pas de clichés, seulement de la musique, puisqu’on vous propose de revenir sur les rappeurs, morceaux et albums français et américains qui avaient marqué notre année 2009. Que sont-ils devenus ?

    Le rap en France, c’était pas pareil
    Oubliez le rap tentaculaire, dominant les charts tout au long de l’année. 2009 est une année plutôt légère dans le grand bain du rap français et le top 10 des albums oublie généreusement la fière catégorie hip-hop. Parmi les têtes d’affiche de l’époque, seul un a survécu à l’épreuve du temps : Orelsan. Avec son premier album Perdu d’avance, l’artiste commençait sa trilogie artistique qui s’achevait définitivement il y a quelques mois à travers un fascinant Épilogue. Son flow, sa décadence, sa singularité : Perdu d’avance a été le premier pas de la reconnaissance .. More

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    Songwriter Claims Biggie’s “Hypnotize” Lyrics Were Aimed At Faith Evans Over Tupac Creeping

    Los Angeles, CA – In a new interview with The Art Of Dialogue, frequent Tupac collaborator and platinum-selling songwriter Delray Richardson revealed that the intended target of a mysterious subliminal on the late Notorious B.I.G‘s platinum-selling hit single “Hypnotize” was actually his wife, Faith Evans. “Dare I squeeze three at your Cherry M3, bang every […] More

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    #DXCLUSIVE: Bread Doe Gets Reflective In Scenic “With Me” Video

    Chicago, IL – To coincide with the release of his debut project Raisin Bread, up-and-coming Chicago rapper Bread Doe has linked with HipHopDX to premiere the animated visual for his single, “With Me.” Directed by The Society, the all-inclusive video splices together several key moments that have been instrumental in helping the burgeoning artist get […] More

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    Public Enemy (Yes, Even Flavor Flav) Reunites To Tour With Wu-Tang Clan, De La Soul & DJ Premier

    Chuck D and Flavor Flav have essentially been on hiatus since Flav filed a lawsuit against his Public Enemy counterpart and former Bomb Squad producer Gary “G-Wiz” Rinaldo in September 2017. Aside from a brief reunion at Terminator X’s recent wedding, Public Enemy hasn’t performed any shows — until now. According to an Instagram post […] More

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