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Greensboro: The Gateway to NC Hip Hop

By bryon d. turman—Lecturer of Composition and Hip Hop English Dpt. North Carolina A&T State University Grammy fever is upon us and the 2018 Grammy’s should be special for music lovers from North Carolina. From John Coltrane to Rapsody, NC has produced many important musicians and artists. With four artists from

Candice is a beast! #TheFour fans give her overwhelming amounts of support, on Twitter, and love how she shut down Nick and his shade

By Ricki Says Staff Writer A couple of years ago, Candice Boyd was one of the hottest rising singers, in the game. Signed with Epic Records, she was paired with then-new label-mate, French Montana, Bad Boy/Epic. He featured on one of her earliest singles. Despite having moderate success, Candice Boyd ended up

Murda Mase in the building! #CantStopWontStop viewers say he’s killing the slow voice, but the ladies said he was fine in that “Only You” video, guys call him Hoodie Melo

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer Tonight, Diddy's Can't Stop Won't Stop documentary aired on FOX, for those who missed it on Apple Music, back in June. Told, firsthand, from the people who were there, it shared how Bad Boy Records was built. A lot of information was shared from the key people. One important

Diddy left some wise words about Biggie’s life + #LifeofBiggie viewers say Cassie must be cooking right for Puff, because he’s looking thick

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer Tonight, A&E brings forth the "Life of Biggie" documentary, surrounding the life and death of The Notorious B.I.G. For this documentary, they have his mother, Voletta Wallace, Faith Evans, Lil' Cease, Diddy, and Jay-Z among the commentary. They have dropped some gems, tonight. 297357

Carl Thomas advises all of those who want to help #HurricaneHarvey victims to donate to families they know, personally, to ensure their money goes into the right hands [VIDEO]

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer In the late 1990s, Carl Thomas got his time to shine. Signed to the iconic Bad Boy Records, Carl Thomas was one of the first stars to develop following B.I.G.'s death. An album release in 1999 and a return in 2001 would prove to be Carl Thomas'