Throughout the Lil Wayne vs. Cash Money saga, the different sides of the relationship between the rapper and his father figure, Birdman, have been highlighted previously.
Vietnam veteran Semon Frank Thompson was the superintendent of the Oregon State Penitentiary in 1994 and performed two executions.
What do Portland, Oregon’s most accomplished rap artist and the NBA’s Most Improved Player share in common? More than you might think actually. Both of them call the NW home, both of them share a love for music, and both of them host a radio show every Friday night called “The Playlist” available on iHeartRadio […]
Jack Thriller Explains the Real Story Behind 2Chainz Argument | @JackThriller @DoapHouse @HipHopsRevival
DoapHouse & HipHopsRevival sits down with Jack Thriller about his recent situation with 2 Chainz. Jack also talked about coming up, how he met with 50 Cent, Soulja Boy, & more!
Guest post via 1stDayFresh.com There’s a thin line between being a regional artist and placing yourself on the national map. In many ways the challenge differs as you move outside of your own region. With less people who are family and friends becoming the consumer, a rapper must truly separate themselves from the pack and […]
Jayy Starr discusses “Fresh Empire” campaign, fashion, music and more with 1stDayFresh.com | @JayyStarr @1stDayFresh
Guest post via 1stDayFresh.com “What a difference a year makes” is an age old statement, but one that is also truer than most realize.
When the world learned that Paul McCartney had been hanging out with Kanye West in 2014, the world understandably raised an eyebrow.
Lil Dicky ‘raps’ lil dickie. ‘How does it feel to go to work tomorrow with HIV?’ Probably not the best topic of conversation, but something to be addressed. Lil Dicky mounts it flawlessly in yet another great YouTube video. Watch the video, maybe educate yourself, hell you might even know someone like this… The YouTube […]
‘Vinyl’ Music Supervisor Randall Poster On Martin Scorsese’s Hidden Logic And Finding The Sound Of 1973
Music often plays an important role in a TV show, but when you’ve got Martin Scorsese producing a show about the record industry in 1973, music’s going to play an even bigger part.