Hip Hop

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I love Illmatic as much as the next Hip Hop fan….. but do we really need an Illmatic 2? Hopefully Nas passes on this idea because in the world of rap, sequels are never as good as the originals. Ask Eminem, Jay Z, and whoever else. Well I take that back OBFCL2 was fire.

  So Sunday night the Hip Hop community got a jolt that seemed to shake them to their core…… Macklemore and Ryan Lewis racked up at the Grammys. Should we really be surprised Moguls? Nothing against Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, but as fans of the culture should we really have the screw face? The Grammy […]

This is part two of our exclusive interview with Lenny S. Lenny goes into depth about what determines if an artist will get signed and or be successful. “People either have to believe you or want to be you.” He talks about fans should either want to talk like you, dress like you, go where […]

One thing we are not looking forward to is burying a parent. Luckily I have never had to undertake such a task, but some of you have; Sterling LaVelle is one of those individuals. On this track Sterling is “Venting” about some of the issues he has had to face while on this planet, which […]

Nas chops it up with Talk Stoop on turning 40, his career, and why Hip Hop is still dead.

Busta Rhymes returns with a lil help from his friends with a new joint. The video features verses from Q-Tip, plus Lil Wayne and Kanye weighs in on the celebration. Not a bad look.

  It’s funny how one verse can f*ck up the game!!! Kendrick Lamar “The King of New York”, gets his GQ cover for Man of the Year. ┬áNow isn’t that something?

Memphis Bleek returns with a song….. and the question I have Moguls should he hang up his mic?

Talib Kweli speaks on a few conspiracy theories on this track.

When Danny P ain’t stuck in the lab, I’m hanging out with Sports Spitteratry in the War Room. This week we brought the camera along as we discussed Pusha T’s latest My Name Is My Name. The Council gave the album 3 out of 5, even though some of us gave it a rating as […]

Well look at what we have here!!! Another Friday mix by Myddle The-Partykilla to get you thru your weekend.

  Tonite on Showtime the world premiere of Jay Z and Ron Howard’s Made In America will debut. This is probably one of the times you wish you had Showtime ain’t it?

  Eminem will release his Marshall Mathers LP 2 November 5th, and from the looks of this tracklisting he pulled in a few big names to help him with this sequel. And with Rick Rubin and Dr. Dre behind the executive chairs this should be an album that doesn’t disappoint. Are you ready Moguls?

Exclusive in-depth interview with Pusha T. In part 2 Pusha talks to Nick Huff Barili about a range of subjects including Culture Vultures and Hip Hop becoming Emo now. Pusha breaks down the inspiration behind the third verse from his single “King Push”. “Vultures to my culture//Exploit the struggle, insult ya//They name dropping// ’bout caine […]

No one kicks it quite like Diddy. And what better way to rub it in our faces than by video? The Mogul kicked it in Atlanta for the BET Hip Hop Awards and shows us how he does it.

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