Chance the Rapper announced after his first tour that he would be going on tour again including multiple cities he left out of his first tour, and multiple festivals. With Chance making his final stop in Tampa, Florida at the Amalie Arena. The city was already packed with U2 making it's stop in Tampa as well, but Chance has the Amalie Arena bursting at the seams! With special Donnie Trumpet,
Children with a taste for music and dance begin to toe-tap when they hear music from their early years. As they grow up, they enjoy dance or music videos they develop a taste for dance and music. Children are generally unable to understand the meaning of songs, but they like to participate in the dance competitions accompanied by various music. Sometime, they imitate the dance forms from the television and movies also.
Jadakiss has been calling himself "top five dead or alive" for some time now. The funny thing about it is, nobody in hip hop has challenged him. Nobody even questions it. Fans and peers alike are all aware of the talent possessed by the Yonkers, New York representative. He has mastered the "slick talk" as a rapper and his punchlines are among some of the most quotable in hip hop
Ty Dolla $ign is a unique talent. One who can keep it street, artistic, commercial and honest - all at once. He's his own man, but in the same breath is this generations equivalent to what R.Kelly brought to the game years ago. Ty's singing style has likened him to be a "rapper" but he usually laughs off the claims and maintains that he is truly just a "singer." The
Whether he is recording music, doing a podcast or on reality television – Joe Budden has made himself out to be the most “open book” of a rapper today. Budden has had a way of keeping listeners engaged with his struggles through addiction, depression and his definition of “love.” His formula throws many off, and his sound is not one which mainstream hip hop gravitates to, but even the most
When The Game announced that his next release would be a sequel to his classic “The Documentary” the anticipation grew. When The Game dropped “The Documentary” in 2005, he was riding an incredible high and was being backed by Dr. Dre and 50 Cent. Although the album was a modern-day classic – the “fallout” that the Game had with those on his first album was immense. Still, that didn’t deter
2Pac. Biggie. Jay-Z. Nas. Scarface? He should be included in that cast of hip hop legends but often times his name is omitted. Scarface is a gangsta-rap pioneer who has been around since the late 1980’s and who’s persona became one of hip hop’s most defiant in the early 90’s. “Face” has the coldest voice in the history of the musical genre and is one of the most respected lyricists
Fans of hip hop have waited since 1999 for this. It was in 1999 that Dr. Dre released "Chronic 2001" his smash follow up album to his 1992 classic, "The Chronic." Dr. Dre is an icon not only for hip hop, but music as a whole. He helped pioneer the gangsta rap era with N.W.A; helped build a classic (now defunct since his departure) label in Death Row Records; and
Meek Mill is the Maybach Music Group’s aggressive, energetic, rapid-fire MC, who embodies a youthful exuberance blended with the mentality of an O.G. On his first album “Dreams and Nightmares” he laid down one of the best intro-tracks of all time with the title track and was able to hit the airwaves with “Young and Gettin’ It”, “Amen” and even his bonus track with Big Sean “Burn.” He was making
Coming out of Harlem, New York is Asap Rocky. His road to hip hop stardom isn’t anything new: from a poor family, dealt drugs, saw death at an early age–began rapping–things happened. That’s not to belittle his journey – at all, but one wouldn’t get that “defeated while coming up” tone if they listened to Rocky’s music. Some would call him more of a modern-day hippie–much like Wiz Khalifa and others.