I’m incredibly impressed with Ragz & his EP. He’s the main inspiration for a lot of the people back home, myself included. He’s put me onto engineers and has done an amazing job networking. I love the way his voice has evolved over time — I have to admit I find courage in his strength to rhyme & sing with such ease & talent. Additionally, his promo game has truly stepped up on this project.
Dear Vegans, this here is your anthem. 🎧 Mr Hip has moved to the west coast & served up a melodic message non-violence via food choice 🍌🌴💕
Written by Brittany Shawnté
I had the opportunity to attend and cover rapper Kidd Flash’s album release party for his debut project, Ya’ll Gon’ Kno’!
Held on August 13, 2015 at Kabin Lounge in Washington, D.C., the event featured an Artist Talk with Kidd Flash hosted by journalist Gia Peppers, as well as performances by the artist himself!
Kidd Flash is actually the son of singer Ginuwine, and has inherited his father’s love and passion for music, although he leans toward the hip hop side. The young rapper definitely has potential to make a name for himself in the industry.
Written by Ella
A legend has left New York’s Hot97. I’ve always admired Angie, as she’s been a role model for all women in Hip-Hop. She’s one of the most highly respected radio hosts I can recall, and her interviews are always insightful and genuine. As a (borderline obsessed) Jay-Z fan, she’s the only person I’ve trusted to give me honest information, providing artists with a comfortable and non-judgmental space to clear the air. Her instragram is light on the solo-selfies but littered with celebrities. Still, she’s always seemed to maintain a humble attitude. To me, Angie is something like a Oprah or Diane Sawyer. Few people can address such highly regarded celebrities and remain their humanity.