Now the fetishizing has begun all over again with '90s hip-hop. Any head over 35 with Sirius in the car is constantly checking Backspin, they're booking voyage on the I Love the '90s Ship-Hop Cruise, they ponder what if Tupac and Biggie had lived a little.
I was thinking Terminator X can do it by playing that music ... that gave way to hip-hop and the change that the artists who made it sought. Griff cites songs like Slick Rick’s “Children’s Story” and 2Pac’s “Brenda’s Got a Baby.
Since its inception in 2004, the event, which returned last year after a six-year absence, has feted the artists and movements that have defined and influenced hip-hop culture ... the song’s groundbreaking (and insanely expensive) 1999 music video.
One can't help but wonder: How many people who bought that reinterpreted shirt, one that sold out everywhere despite the high cost, know any songs off of "Doggystyle ... ones featuring slain hip-hop legends Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur — with.
This year’s special Hip Hop Honors, hosted by actress Regina Hall, celebrates the best hip-hop of the ’90s, which is considered the “golden era” of the genre. The ceremony will celebrate some of the best albums, music videos, songs, and film.
Hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur often rapped about themes of death in songs such as “How Long Will They Mourn Me?”, “God Bless the Dead” and “To Live and Die in L.A.” In an eerie example of life imitating art, the music video Shakur did for "I Ain.
Although the incidence of abuse and overdose have largely affected suburban communities, controlled prescription drugs have been seeping into Hip Hop culture for ... have kids who enjoy the music?” Without skipping a beat, Tupac responded, “Parents.
It’s been 21 years since Tupac Shakur was killed in Las Vegas, but the hip-hop world has never fogotten him. In honor of late rapper, The Game released a tribute to Pac called “Heaven 4 a Gangster.” On the song, The Game claims Pac would be disgusted.
the rap looks backward to soul music while at the same time looking forward to a new age that will put on wax many of the hip-hop generation’s distinct idioms, brags, syntaxes, and struggles. The song epitomizes the fresh new prosody and poetics of the.
Josh Chesler) 7:36 I'm late to the party today, but everyone seems a lot happier to be at a music festival in the parking lot of ... I guess that means it's too late for me to start my hip-hop career. (JC) 7:58 I just saw a Matt Ox get punched in the.