Who knew hip-hop and Halloween were so alike? Take a look at rappers who put on a good horror show on film, and some who were just horrible. The post Hip-Hop Halloween! The Best (And Worst) Rapper Cameos In Horror Films appeared first on Black America Web.

In honor of Hip Hop's 50th anniversary, the celebration continues with a gallery of seven rappers with famous parents. 

The GRAMMY Museum® celebrates the 50th years of hip hop with its Hip-Hop America: The Mixtape Exhibit. Learn more about the exhibit inside.

For most music lovers, the cover art is the visual gateway to their sonic sojourn. Before the first beat drops or word is uttered, that first impression is often the packaging for the album or cassette. Album art in itself often tells a story and sets the tone for the auditory journey. While the cover […]

Will Smith announced the launch of a new podcast series entitled "Class of '88". In the series, he and other Hip-Hop legends such as Chuck D of Public Enemy, Queen Latifah will explore how 1988 was so influential to the culture.

For the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop, Hip-Hop Wired compiled 50 songs that hopefully capture the evolution and impact of the music.

Billboard names the "Munch" rapper as their R&B/Hip-Hop Rookie of The Year, leaving many confused by the choice to have her represent both genres.

**Video includes explicit language** In part one of a special two-part episode of DJ Remedy’s freestyle series, Kyah Baby comes all the way from Queens, NY to bless the K975 studios. She has been going crazy with the freestyles lately, but she definitely has more than that in the bag! She speaks on the priceless gems […]

New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced the launch of a series of block parties celebrating the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop. Eric B and KRS-One were on hand at the press conference announcing the events on Thursday.

We have now reached episode 25 of DJ Remedy’s Freestyles, and it’s time for Zayy to step up to the mic! Straight from the 919, Zayy shares that it’s a full circle moment, as he used to freestyle over the radio when he was younger! Now, he’s working on his 7th project, and he proves that he […]

As we continue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop’s founding, the City of Durham honored the art form and some of its local heroes during last night’s City Council meeting. Durham-based Hip-Hop duo Little Brother and K975’s own Brian Dawson was on hand as the proclamation was presented by Durham Mayor Pro Tem Mark-Anthony Middleton on behalf […]

The principal of KIPP Durham College Prep Middle School talks about his viral moment with rap icon KRS-One at Durham's BIMBÉ Festival