Anycia, Atlanta's latest lady taking claim in the rap game, gives us a "My First Time" story that got so real we had to bring in the censors! The post My First Time: Anycia Says Her Rap Career Started By Addressing Haters At Their Doorstep appeared first on Black America Web.

HipHopWired had the opportunity to speak with director Malik Buie and producer Kim Osorio about the groundbreaking documentary "Tale of The Tape", chonicling the rise and impact of mixtapes on Hip-Hop culture.

Questlove of The Roots fame took to Instagram to declare Hip-Hop dead in the wake of the Drake and Kendrick Lamar beef.

Christopher Reid and Christopher Martin, known as the Hip-hop & Movie Legends Kid 'N Play, have announced the latest addition to their catalog, a podcast called "The Fun House with Kid 'N Play." The podcast celebrates 50+ years of hip-hop and the impact the culture has had across the globe. Kid 'N Play are an iconic hip-hop duo with hit singles, successful albums, and starring roles in the classic "House Party" film series. Kid 'N Play have cemented their place in music and pop culture history, and now, they're bringing their infectious energy and passion for hip-hop to their latest venture in entertainment, The Fun House. They’ll take you down memory lane with unforgettable conversations that span the breadth of hip-hop culture, with the help of an all-star lineup of guests. The post Enter ‘The Fun House’ Kid ‘N Play’s Newest Podcast Adventure | Urban One Podcasts appeared first on Black America Web.

The Apollo Theater has been a beacon of Black culture so it was only right Fat Joe hosted a historic evening of hip-hop to show love to the community. The post Hip-Hop Legends Reunite as Fat Joe and Friends Light Up the Historic Apollo Theater appeared first on Black America Web.

Rap vet T.I. and NBA icon Shaq discussed their respective generations compared to ones that came after, and it led to an interesting debate. The post Our Thoughts On T.I. & Shaq’s Feelings About The New Generation | The Amanda Seales Show appeared first on Black America Web.

As the Witness To History podcast chugs along, Hip-Hop Wired decided to look at 50 years of our beloved genre from a fan’s, participant’s and journalist’s perspective. For the latest episode, Senior Editor D.L. Chandler and Director of Content Alvin aqua Blanco chatted about what the culture means to them along with attempting to recap […]

Naturally people on social media either agreed or disagreed with Dr. Umar's take on Eminem's legacy in the rap game, but regardless of how you may feel, Dr. Umar isn't going to have his mind changed on the matter so long as Eminem is a Caucasian and that's the kind of a forever thing.

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So with all of the songs in the history of the genre, a competitive genre, what rap song is considered the best according to Chat GPT? The post Did They Get it Right? The Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All-Time According To A.I. appeared first on Black America Web.

Friends of the City of Raleigh Museum are excited to announce the Visual Artist space as part of the 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop festival on August 12, 2023. The festival will celebrate 50 years of Hip Hop music and culture in Raleigh and North Carolina. Our vision for the space is to provide an opportunity for local […]

As hip-hop continues to celebrate its 50th year, endless lists quantifying the genre's top artists, songs, and more continue to pile up. Whether you agree with them or not.

We Sure Do Love Our Interludes We encountered a TikTok post that sparked a convo we didn’t think we needed! Almost every album has one, and almost all of us have a fav, so with that being said, what’s YOUR favorite interlude? Scroll below to see what our favs are: