By Jay Rich Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer With all the talk of the hip hop moguls, Jay-Z reaching billionaire status, and Master P recounting his legacy, one keeps getting overlooked. For whatever reason, Jermaine Dupri continues being ignored. This is funny, because he hasn't stopped doing his thing. Jermaine Dupri has kept himself with
By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer On the Atlanta streets, Killer Mike paid his dues decades ago. The world got on a first name basis with Killer Mike, in 2001, when Outkast featured him on "The Whole World." That song was one of 2002's first hit records, and Killer Mike continued his
By Tamantha Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Veteran Atlanta rapper, Killer Mike, has kept himself relevant for many years. One of the kings of Atlanta's underground, Killer Mike appeared on Outkast's "The Whole World." The song was one of early 2002's biggest hit records. Killer Mike ended up getting media attention, when 2010 began, as
By Chox-Mak Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer For nearly twenty years, Killer Mike has played a huge role in Southern hip hop. This man is a legend and he's worked with everyone from Outkast to T.I. to Chamillionaire, and everyone in between. During the last presidential election, he campaigned hard for Bernie Sanders. Ultimately, Killer
By Alyssa Debonair Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Until Outkast, the South was not getting their proper respect in the overall hip hop game. Being fair, Houston already had Scarface and the Geto Boys, but Outkast opened the door to Atlanta. Two and a half decades later, Atlanta has proven to be fertile ground.