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HHV On The Rise: RBC Bugzy

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Often overlooked, Richmond, California, both the city and county, are prominent in hip hop and the culture. This is the actual birthplace of the famed No Limit Records. Even after he embraced his native New Orleans, P still shouted Richmond out. On television, the popular series, "The

HHV On The Rise: Bonaphied

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer For quite some time, the West Coast has gotten its props in hip hop and been fairly represented. Most people think of LA, but it was actually the Bay Area that was the first West Coast area to pop off. Since then, nearly every area has

HHV On The Rise: Lowwki

By M.A.C. Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer California is the Golden State and, simply due to its size, has produced a great number of rap legends. Actually, California has one of the oldest hip hop scenes, in Oakland, although Los Angeles is more well-known. Interestingly enough, Oakland's sound helped reinvent LA rap. The 2010s have

HHV On The Rise: Gonzo The Great

By Chox-Mak Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer The West Coast is one of the most-interesting hip hop regions. Even though 90% of West Coast hip hop is California, it's hard to classify it as one region. California is so huge, there's no question why it's considering splitting into three additional states. Gonzo The Great is

Tina Turner’s Son Craig Turner Commits Suicide At 59

By Ahsinet Monee Hip-HopVibe.com Contributing Writer The iconic singer loses one of her sons! Tina Turner's son, Craig Turner, died on Tuesday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to E! News. He was pronounced  dead at 12:38 p.m. after his body was discovered inside his Studio City, Calif. residence. Craig,59, was the eldest of

HHV On The Rise: Nno

By Stranga The Great Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Before Atlanta became the mecca of the South, several Southern cities had strong hip hop scenes. The first ones were Houston and Miami, which was followed by New Orleans' emergence. First, with the success of No Limit, and then Cash Money, the city became a

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