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Here’s The Story Behind The All-Star Cypher That Ended The Arsenio Hall Show

Twenty-five years ago this month, The Arsenio Hall Show dimmed the lights on a massive television platform, especially for Hip-Hop. Since early 1989, the actor/comedian/host planted his flag with a new kind of late-night talk-show with a penchant for the issues, people, and culture that inspired him. From M.C. Hammer... Read more

Samuel Jackson Joins KRS-One, Talib Kweli & More In The Fight Against Police Violence (Audio)

"All you celebrities out there, here's a chance to do something else. I challenge all of you to sing that we ain't going to stop till people are free." Those are the words of esteemed actor Samuel L. Jackson, as he opens the deeply powerful "I Can't Breathe," featuring Mad... Read more

Ever See This Cypher with MC Lyte, ATCQ, GURU, Wu-Tang Clan, CL Smooth, KRS-One & More (Video)

The second iteration of Arsenio Hall's show left the air quietly, after an announcement just weeks before that the show had been renewed. However, it was a very different story the first time Arsenio parted ways with the airwaves. After five years of providing one of the only platforms on... Read more

Your Old Droog Steals The Show On Stage & With This Freestyle (Video)

Less than 15 hours after Your Old Droog's Webster Hall coming out party, DJ Eclipse unveiled this video of the Coney Island, Brooklyn MC freestyling on The Rap Is Outta Control Show. What's the best sonic canvas for Droog to throw verbal paint? The timeless instrumental from Mad Lion's "Take... Read more


Here's another hot new joint from KRS-One. Just like his last track, Just Like That, it was produced by Mad Lion. KRS' new album is sounding like it's going to be fire. Check out the video for AZTECHNICAL. He breaks down the math behind Mayan culture and the buzz around... Read more

Just Like That is one of the hottest joints KRS-One has put down in a minute. And, he’s still teaching. Check out the video.

This is the first single of his upcoming 20th album, and the song is produced by Mad Lion.  Respect to the Blast Master. Read more