Legendary rapper/actor Ice-T was in Atlanta recently promoting his new documentary From Something To Nothing: The Art Of Rap. Ice sat down with DJ Senseof DramaLikeTheDJ.com to talk about the film, his career in rap and…
This video was created as an example of the importance of filming the police. Video provides transparency, accountability, and an accurate account of incidents that occur. It is no secret that the United States has a serious problem with police abuse, brutality, and corruption. It is essential for civilians to document their encounters with police officers to ensure transparency, accountability, and safety to all of those…
Everyday is a hustle. Times are changing so fast. Most people don't realize that they are being left behind. What ever it is that you are doing in life, just strive to make progress your number one mission. Hustle for a cause, have a reason.
This a track my boy Gansta Marcus put out there just to approach a situation that was brought to him from unnamed sources. Not trying to be lyrical or nothing, just straight freestyles and layed down and thats a… Continue
It's been less than 10 years since 50 Cent took the music industry by storm by way of his debut 'Get Rich or Die Trying,' which went on to sell more than 12 million records worldwide. The record garnered him instant stardom, tons of chart topping singles and the respect of a music industry that he once rapped about robbing in his mixtape days. Amid the hype, the never ending beefs and lucrative Vitamin Water deal-netting him a cool $150 million,… Continue
Cast as the leading lady in the music video for Drake's cinematic love story "Find Your Love", Maliah Michel went from a virtually unknown model to the number one topic on gossip blogs across the web. After that faithful trip to Jamaica, rumors started circulating suggesting that Maliah and Drake maybe sharing more then just a working relationship and on camera romance. Photos of the two canoodling in various nightclubs only fueled the fire,… Continue
Nas' collaborative album with Damien Marley is finally set to drop next week, May 18th, so the good folks over at Vibe recently ran a nice little feature interview on him.
Although they do talk about the album, the recording process, and other aspects of Distant Relatives, it was interesting to hear what the legendary rapper felt about the 2012, end of the world theories.
Radio personality, Charlamagne Tha God, was fired from his post at Philadelphia radio station 100.3 The Beat this week, following an interview with Beanie Sigel where he explained his recent Jay-Z diss track.