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Love and Hate: Killah Priest

I recently ran into hip hop contributor and Wu-Tang affiliate Killah Priest at a performance in Oakland, at the Blunt Club. I was lucky enough to find out what it is he does and doesn’t love about hip hop. …and, if you listen very carefully to what he doesn’t love about it, you may learn something. […]

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Agallah The Don

The eccentricities that make musicians loveable or unfuckwithable are often times glaring. Agallah the Don is an artist whose persona is one that lends to inspiration, excitement, and a genuine love of hip hop. It was my pleasure to interview him and to discuss topics such as his recent project with producer Alchemist, what he […]

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Ras Kass

There are individuals in the culture of hip hop that have truly helped create what we have all come to know and love. Ras Kass is one of those individuals. I recently had the opportunity to interview him, and I have to say that, getting to talk to him about not only his own music […]

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Love and Hate: El Da Sensei

You should know who the Artifacts are – Brick City hip hop contributors that, well, if you don’t know, you could use the internet to find out about, which, according to El Da Sensei, who I ran into at Rhyme Fest Los Angeles, is one of the things he loves most about hip hop. I’ll let […]

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Love and Hate: Sadat X

Speaking of legends – I ran into Sadat X, Brand Nubian MC and all around hip hop icon, at Rhyme Fest Los Angeles. He shared with me what he loves, and more than dislikes, about hip hop. …the man makes a VERY good point. Check yourselves. Enjoy.

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Love and Hate: Supernatural

I recently ran into MC Supernat, freestyle king and legendary battler, at Rhyme Fest Los Angeles. …and these were his thoughts on what he loves, and, well, doesn’t love, about hip hop. Enjoy!

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Roc Marciano

I recently got the opportunity to interview New York rapper Roc Marciano, a fixture in the underground music seen for quite some time now. Coming off of his latest release, 2013’s Marci Beaucoup, Roc is primed to do it even bigger this year, and really make a name for himself among those who might not […]

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Rapper Big Pooh

I was recently given the distinct privilege of interviewing rapper Big Pooh, formerly of Little Brother, and currently of, well, himself. With host of albums and projects released both with Little Brother, and as a solo artist, this veteran of the hip hop game has more than a few pieces of advice the up and […]

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Classics: Marco Polo

There are many producers I love, for a lot of different reasons, and you may look at this guy as just one of them. …and you would be right, he is one of them, but what he offered up in this interview was something that gave me respect for an artist I already had a […]

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Classics: Jake One

  So, I was fortunate enough to catch producer Jake One one fine evening, and I took full advantage of it and asked him like 54.9 million questions. …dude not only makes incredible beats, but honestly, he has a very realistic and down to earth view of hip hop, and is kinda of a fly […]

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