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Finding The GOAT Group: Fat Boys vs. Run-D.M.C. Who Is Better?

“Finding the GOAT Group,” the fourth installment of Ambrosia For Heads’ annual competition series features Hip-Hop’s greatest collectives vying for the #1 spot. Sixty-two groups have been pre-selected by a

The Fat Boys Discuss Not Getting Their Props As Hip-Hop Heavyweights

The Fat Boys were some of Hip-Hop’s first stars. On wax and on screen, Prince Markie Dee, Buff Love, and Kool Rock-Ski translated as bigger than life personas. However, by

Action Bronson’s Let Me Breathe Is One Of The Year’s Most Outrageous Videos

In the 2010s, Action Bronson started out as a DIY artist making celebrated Hip-Hop in the streets of Queens, New York. Following a couple independent albums and some additional mixtapes,

Action Bronson Breathes Fire Over A Fat Boys Classic (Audio)

It’s hard to say if Action Bronson is more recognized for his show hosting or his music at this point. Having taken his “delicious” show from web to cable, Bam

Bumpy Knuckles Salutes ’70s & Early ’80s Rap Pioneers On A Nottz Track (Audio)

Bumpy Knuckles (aka Freddie Foxxx) released his first music in 1986. At the time, “Freddie C.” was part of the Supreme Force. In that year, Hip-Hop and Rap music were

Rahzel Provides Jewels On The History & Evolution Of Beatboxing (Video)

Rahzel The Godfather of Noyze has become one of the household names for beatboxing. The New Yorker and onetime member of The Roots has worked with a range of artists

The Story Of Hip-Hop’s Earliest Days Is Told By Its Pioneers (Video)

Fifteen years after the onset of Hip-Hop culture (August of 1973 is credited by many historians), Eric B. & Rakim’s Paid In Full album took the elements of skillful rapping

Which Cheryl Lynn Disco Hit Fueled These 2 90s Hip-Hop Party Starters?

In the fall of 1978, Disco was going on strong. While a lot of the 1970s genre’s biggest hits have not translated to Hip-Hop, some have. Cheryl Lynn was one

The Fat Boys Had The Thanksgiving Spirit In This Unforgettable Music Video

While the Thanksgiving holiday means many things to many different cultures and people, most observers can agree that at the heart of it, is togetherness. Ambrosia For Heads wishes our

Finding The GOAT Album: Whodini’s Escape vs. The Fat Boys’ The Fat Boys. Which Is Better?

One year ago, Ambrosia For Heads launched a debate among its readers seeking to answer one of Hip-Hop’s most hotly-contested questions: who is the greatest MC of all time? “Finding

Can You Feel It: Why 1984 Is Hip-Hop’s Watershed Moment (Food For Thought)

Last year, Hip-Hop turned 40 years old—as far as we know. In truth, part of the culture’s beauty comes from the fact that there is no genesis moment. From the

Memory Lane: Noah Uman & Making Nas’ Illmatic XX & The Hip-Hop Reissue (Food For Thought Interview)

With some competition, in the 12 month radius of its release alone, Nas’ Illmatic is commonly argued as Hip-Hop’s greatest album. The debut from the Queensbridge MC was made in

Happy Thanksgiving from AFH (Playlist)

Happy Thanksgiving to all the Heads out there. Here’s a mini-playlist celebrating BIG appetites. Related: A video playlist celebrating the one and only Heavy D (Video)

Sheek Louch, Ghostface Killah and Jadakiss make exquisite use of a Fat Boys catch phrase (see below). Check out Stick ‘Em (Audio)

WU-BLOCK. Related: Sheek Louch & Ghostface Killah – Shrooms ft Styles P (Audio) Peep the reference:

Here’s a back in the day playlist of 80’s hip-hop classics from Melle Mel, Rakim, MC Lyte, Big Daddy Kane, LL Cool J, Slick Rick, Kurtis Blow, Whodini and more (Playlist)

This back in the day playlist was inspired by hearing Nas talk about his love for 80’s hip-hop legends like Melle Mel, Kurtis Blow, KRS-One, Slick Rick, Rakim and others.

The Fat Boys – All You Can Eat (Video)

Happy Thanksgiving. We hope you get your grub on and enjoy the day.

The 2nd playlist of the week is some true old school. You will find nothing post-1988 here.

If names like Whodini, The Fat Boys, Eric B. and Rakim, LL Cool J, Ice-T, 2 Live Crew, Schooly D, Boogie Down Productions, Big Daddy Kane and Run-DMC mean something