By: Mac McCann Artists choose to write shockingly upsetting music for a number of reasons: To express extreme emotions or to provoke a visceral response in listeners or say something about a particular issue or for the shock itself. Sometimes, they're presented as true story warnings, as in Bushwick ... More >>
[Hey, You!] A shout out to the savior of the mosh pit
The Glass House
When our sister publication LA Weekly reported that Lil Wayne finally dropped his mixtape Sorry 4 the Wait and freestyled over white chick rapper du jour Kreayshawn's Gucci Gucci in a track by "Lil Tunechi," I got a little, well, nervous.Haters may diss Kreayshawn's one-hit wonder of a song as a ... More >>
www.myspace.com/techn9neTonight, Tech N9ne will be making an appearance at the Grove of Anaheim, part of his Independent Grind tour featuring E-40, Jay Rock and plenty more.
After a recent trip to Kansas City, Missouri, I think it's time to introduce Orange County to the phenomenon that is KC Tea. I mean, come on, the drink has its own Facebook page.
As of yesterday, the 4th Annual Paid Dues festival actually ANNOUNCED it's line-up slated to perform at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino on Mar. 28. The festival is presented by rapper Murs (or Murs 3:16, whatever) in association with Guerilla Union (one of hip hop's most venerable omni ... More >>
June 8 - June 15: End of It All