KRS-ONE at EXTRACT HARVEST FEST at CERVANTES' | 10/19/13 The Extract Harvest Festival took over both sides of Cervantes' with classic hip-hop and reggae filling the place. KRS-One was the main headliner, but all of the acts, which included the Pharcyde, Mr. Vegas and Trapzillas, among others, had th ... More >>
Since hip-hop's genesis, beef has been as integral a driving force to the art as bravado. There's been some titanic tangles over the years, from Canibus facing off with LL Cool J to Jay-Z and Nas locking horns with one other, all of which have resulted in some relentless and incendiary rhymes being ... More >>
There's something great about a hip-hop group. From the beginning, it was never intended to be a solo endeavor; rap began in cyphers at block parties, and the first established rappers were components of a collective centered around the more important DJ. Even now that the rapper is the star, it's n ... More >>
Many hip-hop fans, those who love rap -- hell, even some rappers -- have an aversion to gangsta rap for its objectionable content. Common named the rise of gangsta rap as one of the many steps in hip-hop's downfall in "I Used to Love H.E.R.," a sentiment that, of course, began a contentious relation ... More >>
Will Baumgartner is back in Action.
Antonio Banderas pulses with passion in Take the Lead.
The Rock In' Freak Fest was all that -- and more.
Baseball's fall is all New York.
As part of underground hip-hop's newest dream team, Dilated Peoples are at the top of their game.
The beat of the street makes the Freestylers feel like dancing.
These student DJs are hip-hop professors.
December 24 - 30, 1998
England's Massive Attack is still making the Nineties more interesting.
A DU psychology professor lends his voice to the healing power of spirituals.