2 Chainz was wise to bring King James into his project due to the basketball player’s business acumen and social justice conscious, both of which seemed to seep into Chainz’s work on Rap or Go to the League.
The NBA has shown once again how on point they are and in tune with what the league’s audience wants by providing two of the best musical performances available to them.
Just over a month ago we saluted the unique day of September 29, 1998 as maybe having the widest impact of any release day in Hip-Hop’s history, but the most bang for one’s buck might have came on November 9, 1993 when A Tribe Called Quest released its heralded third album, “Midnight Marauders” and the Wu-Tang Clan released its classic debut “Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers.”
It was an amazing year to continue a coming of age with a culture that was doing pretty much the same thing… There was too much money to be made, too many more mountains to climb and folks in the game knew how little help would be offered from the society around them.
For anyone who lived through the convergence of pro-black pride and Hip-Hop stylistic emergence in the early 1990’s, the re-emergence of the African-American College Alliance clothing brand over the last […]
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This week is one for all-stars, as the NBA salutes its highest echelon of players. Earlier this week the music industry did a similar thing at its Grammy Awards. At […]
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This past Tuesday Chicago’s hip-hop community came together once again, welcoming friends back from the many eras that built the Chi into the rap mecca it is today, to celebrate […]
Photos by Rookie The Fyeman for Rookie Pictures We at WARR try to get around, but we can’t make it everywhere its poppin’ in the city. That’s why its good […]