“For years, people kept trying to pit us against each other.”
Johnny Gill describes feeling “elated” when New Edition hit No. 1 on the r&b charts for the first time in two decades.
Bizzy looks back on the horrific experience and shares a message for people who've been through similar trials.
The Brooklyn-based rapper MC Lyte broke new ground when she became the first popular solo female rapper. She says she feels her gender was an...
It was over an “infringement” on his creativity.
If you think Meat Loaf wouldn’t be anyone’s first choice as a stage name, you’d be correct.
Orianthi opens up about performing “Beat It” for the r&b superstar.
The Public Enemy frontman traces the path from his independent-minded childhood in Harlem to his entry into the hip-hop canon.
It’s a match made in rock ‘n’ roll heaven.
In the ‘80s, Chuck D says, as guns and drugs flooded into black communities, he wanted to give people something positive to focus on.