Monthly Archives: December 2014

Brian Coleman: Check the Technique

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Stories in Hip-Hop are rarely told correctly. They most certainly aren’t often told in detail. Author Brian Coleman has gone above and beyond the call of duty to give rap fans some insight into some of the genres most important … Continue reading

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SigNif: Friction

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Born in Milwaukee, and now residing in New York SigNif is an emcee that carefully balances sharing her opinions in her music with just plain old having fun. Her sound is immersed in East Coast boom bap, while her rhymes … Continue reading

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Fong-Sai-U: Ballads of a Massacre

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Emcee and producer Fong-Sai-U is trying to bring the griminess back to Hip-Hop. Raised in Washington D.C. and now residing in California, Fong-Sai-U came up in the game under true Hip-Hop heavyweights. Sai-U was mentored by Black Thought of the … Continue reading

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A Conversation with MC Lyte

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Every conversation about the best female emcees begins with MC Lyte. Lyte is the first female artist to release a solo album with 1988’s Lyte as a Rock. Her music has influenced every female rapper to ever pick up a … Continue reading

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