This year has already proven to be memorable in music and we're only three full months in. Thus far, there's a comeback from R&B veteran Justin Timberlake, who came out of nowhere and answered our long-awaited requests with a new album. Then there's Beyonce, who made headlines -- both good and bad -- for her controversial song 'Bow Down/I Been On.' The singer is showing a return to her Houston roots with chopped and screwed elements.
Chris Brown has the rap forums abuzz over remarks he made about hip-hop in an interview with Fuse TV (spotted at Complex). The R&B crooner believes that hip-hop is dying off as a brand (or genre) because of its lack of marketability and profitability.
Rappers love to spell their names, this, according to an amusing video that was recently posted online. In the clip, rappers from Eve, Snoop Dogg, MC Lyte, Common, Queen Latifah, Diddy, Fabolous are featured spelling their rap monikers.
MTV brought back lovable cartoon idiots Beavis and Butt-head and the alternative rock show ’120 minutes,’ so why not resurrect ‘Yo! MTV Raps,’ the series that may have been the most important hip-hop-related television show of all-time?
Had the latest fast rapper earlier, now a beat-box historian bringing you nearly 3 decades of hip-hop in 4 minutes. (Parental advisory, some lyrical content may be inappropriate, especially after the 3 minute mark).
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