Dutch music industry professional Pay Kolmüs has been interviewing hip-hop musicians ... been one of my bucket list people to meet. Ever since NWA and him going solo, I have had such a fascination for him and his work. I take to producers more than.
Members of SF's " underground " tell personal stories from their pasts, and this one will feature all tales "about being tricked, duped, and double-crossed!" Storytellers include Lady Bear, Kelly Kittell, and Cissy Fitt, .... And they'll be doing so with.
In no genre of music are these relationships so clearly defined as in hip-hop, where good-natured battles ... West Coast giants like N.W.A. and Dr. Dre, underground and indie rappers, turntablists and star producers, and everything in-between.
Over the past seven years and change, during which he has released five LPs, a handful of EPs, and delivered a slew of features on tracks by a veritable who's-who list of underground hip hop luminaries, Michael W. Eagle II, aka Open Mike Eagle, has.
He's won mainstream attention for his work with Kendrick Lamar, Radiohead and Erykah Badu, while pioneering the Los Angeles underground hip - hop scene. Now the electronic composer and ... Living in Los Angeles, ideas for the film's grotesque effects.
and Gorillaz, whose leader Damon Albarn practically invented indie rock credibility over the past quarter-century. The other main stage closer, hip - hop spark Chance the Rapper, topped Austin's JMBLYA festival over the summer at Circuit of the Americas.
Baton Rouge has maintained a deep hip - hop talent pool for two decades, but the city has not broken through to the mainstream in comparison to New Orleans. The city's first entry towards national recognition came in the late 1990s courtesy of Young Bleed.
Its stars are internet celebrities, fashioning themselves into outlandish characters in the anime that is modern hip - hop : the theatrical Florida tag team Smokepurpp and Lil Pump (who perform solo, and also together as Gucci Gang); the anguished.
Producer Paul Marmota has lived the last several years in the clubs and studios of Mexico City, but originally comes from Chile, a unique music landscape with high levels of techno and hip hop spread throughout its underground music communities.
On Tuesday night (Oct. 10), BET will air the 2017 BET Hip Hop Awards ... Lyricist of the Year and Producer of the Year. Take a look at the nominees below and be sure to check back throughout the night for an updated list of the winners.
On a recent Friday night in West Baltimore, T. McGuinness steps into the ring, ready for battle. The music cuts out; an attentive crowd encircles him and his opponent. There's no escape. Then, McGuinness delivers his blow — unleashing a debilitating.
It's hard to imagine music without Madonna. It seems like she's always been there, changing the game and reinventing herself. But her pop journey all started 35 years ago when she dropped her first single, the dance jam “Everybody,” on Oct. 6, 1982.
One of the 39-year-old DJ/ producer's most heralded characteristics is that he never seems to tire, a point which was underscored by the title and substance of I'll Sleep When I'm Dead, the 2016 Netflix documentary about his career, family, and psyche.
Within Memphis, the list of names that contributed to creating the city's hip - hop identity is numerous. Only considering DJs and producers , you'd have to name guys like DJ Spanish Fly, SMK and DJ Squeeky before making the obvious admission of Three Six .