Tag Archives: KRS-One
Honoring the Legacy of Heavy D
My thoughts on the legacy of Heavy D.
Best Albums of 2010 (18-13)
My thoughts on the best albums of 2010, numbers 18-13.
Posted in Best of 2010 - Albums, Music Tagged ArchAndroid, Best albums of 2010, black music, compilation, DJ Premier, El DeBarge, emcee, Grand Puba, hip hop, Janelle Monae, Joell Ortiz, KRS-One, Metropolis, Phrenology, Preemo, Primo, Purple St. James, R&B, Royce da 5'9, Sade, Second Chance, Soldier of Love, soul music, Stevie Wonder, The Lady of Rage, The Roots, Yahzarah 1 Comment
Vibe’s Best Rapper Alive? Not So Much
click to embiggen* So Vibe slouched toward further irrelevance among black people by putting together a Best Rapper Alive contest where fans could vote on a series of head-to-head “battles” and end up with a consensus of the Best Rapper … Continue reading
Posted in Music Tagged appropriation, Bahamadia, Big Daddy Kane, emcee, Eminem, hip hop, Kool Moe Dee, KRS-One, Lil Wayne, Native Tongues, Queen Latifah, Vibe 2 Comments