Thursday Jul 17
The Charlotte Observer
Former Charlotte-based rapper Supastition returns for first gig since Atlanta move
In the mid-2000s, Supastition was a rising name in hip-hop, appearing on collaborations with fellow Carolinians Little Brother and on albums by veterans such as KRS-One, working with international producers such as Australia's m-Phazes and the Foreign Exchange's Nicolay, and drawing critical acclaim for 2005's "Chain Letters" LP.
New Music: KRS-One 'Hip-Hop Is One'
We can always count on Hip-hop's elder KRS-One to put young guys onto game. Today, The Teacher released a new track, 'Hip-hop Is One.."
Timid Takes Issue with the Infamous Being Celebrities
Timid Takes Issue with the Infamous Being Celebrities New York, NY Head Nod Music Celebrity is among the most overused and misused words in today's sensationalistic media and society.
[Interviews] Buckshot Charts The Changing Perception Of "Backpack Rap"
Exclusive: Buckshot compares his earlier work with KRS-One to his new collaborative album with P-Money and applauds younger artists such as Pro Era.
DJ Revolution on producing "Th
DJ Revolution, a trickster DJ/producer who has demonstrated his skills at previous Remix Hotel events, is releasing his new album, King of the Decks , September 16 on Duck Down Records.