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CHECK OUT AN EXCERPT FROM OUR ARCHIVES, A SIT DOWN WITH BLACK ROB!


G: So you did some major time a few years ago. There must be a big difference between getting into trouble before you make it and getting into trouble after you've had major success. What was going through your mind while you were behind bars after being in a situation that some people only dream of? 


BR: "You just have to reflect on what it really is that you're doing. Everything happens for a reason. Doing that time helped me become who I am today!"  

Eminem's "The Storm" shuts down the 2017 BET Hip Hop Awards. -Ashly E. Smith

 Shady's Ether-worthy, anti-Trump freestyle has set the Hip Hop world ablaze


Marshall "Eminem" "Slim Shady" Mathers is no stranger to controversy. Last night's performance was a prime example of that. 


In a 4-minute freestyle filled with the trademark angst that only he can deliver, Shady wrecked total havoc on President Trump, with lyrics like, "But we better give Obama props/ Cause what we've got in office now's/ A kamikaze that'll probably cause a nuclear holocaust". 


Shady continued his wrath, addressing topics spanning from white supremacy, to immigration and corruption, to natural disasters and gun control. The Detroit native also touched on additional topics such as Trump's wall on the Mexican border, the Nazi protest in Charlottesville, and Colin Kaepernick. 


Shady concluded his tirade by addressing his fans: "And any fan of mine who's a supporter of his/ I'm drawing in the sand a line/ You're either for or against/ And if you can't decide who you like more and you're split/ On who you should stand beside/ I'll do it for you with this. Before exiting, Eminem raised countless eyebrows by angrily uttering the words "F**k Trump". With so many unexpected surprises, one can only wonder what next year will bring.

NEW ARTIST SPOTLIGHT   
Theory Hazit

Kentucky born, Ohio bred Thearthur Readie Theory Hazit Washington is one of the most profound lyricists out here today. With his music, the Christian hip hop rapper, songwriter, record producer melodically navigates through his life story reliving the pain, and capturing redemption through his testimony. With tracks laced with hypnotic beats accompanied by his charismatic flow, Theory Hazit is a good listen for any hardcore hip hop fan who needs some inspiration along the way.


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Native Sunz

Beatmaker. Producer. There is a difference between the two. Native Sunz has been in the game for decades, and they continue to produce music without following trends. They have found a way to remain relevant and current without compromising the actual art of good production. Their production puts you in mind of some of the most classic albums within Hip Hop. Though a classic Hip Hop sound is part of their trademark, their versatility is what makes them unmatched. Read More