Underground Sound: Legend of Griselda

Nobody is too cool to move their feet! Especially when the artists on stage condense their entire life’s work into a small sample size of a set

YUNGMORPHEUS is a Superfluous Sly Guy

Going to Syracuse University only strengthened and solidified the fact that I was seeking real connection amongst down-to-earth people. For an artist named Yung Morpheus from Miami, Florida – his college experience shaped who he became as an artist.

Central Cee the British to American Drill Translator

It is evident that Central Cee has a cobra-grip stronghold on contemporary culture. He understands what works and how to eclipse the “cap” placed upon most drill artists. As he continues to rise, his tactics continue to grow more advanced and extraordinary.

FREAKJET – Vel the Wonder & ZOOMO

The aspect about Vel that we adore most is the way that she bares all on the track. Her pain is our pain and the vulnerability she exhibits makes the connection so much stronger between lyricist and audience.

Hip-Hop as Sport – 5 Times Artists Got Bodied on their Own Song

Hip-hop exists on a gridiron by which individuals must sharpen their sword and stay ready to compete at any given moment.

LORD JAH MONTE OGBON OF MELANATED PEOPLES

JAH MONTE IS HOLDING IT DOWN – WORD TO ALLAH. BEFORE HE GOT ON HE WOULD POP UP AT EVERY SOUND CHECK IN HIS CITY TO NETWORK. AS AN ANIMATED FORCE HE DERIVED HIS KINGSHIP FROM STUDYING HEBREW ISRAELITES.