[After recently releasing a follow-up to last year's Church Clothes, hip-hop artist Lecrae tells SOHH readers what he's learned from dropping his second official underground effort, Church Clothes, Vol. 2. and if the mixtape game has paid off.]
[Brooklyn rap veteran Talib Kweli is taking his brand to the next level by recently joining his Javotti Radio to popular online streaming service Radionomy. Today, Talib and Radionomy US Country Manager Thierry Ascarez give SOHH readers the scoop on their partnership.]
[With his new HomeGrown EP finally available for purchase, Connecticut rapper Chris Webby takes a minute to give SOHH readers the inside scoop behind his project's must-see cover art.]
With key rap stars like Eminem and Kendrick Lamar removed from investing ample time into social media outlets, SOHH recently spoke to rap veteran Yo Gotti for his take toward the online buzz.
After recently being revealed as a guest on Eminem's upcoming overseas tour, New Zealand rapper David Dallas has hit up SOHH to dish out his thoughts and what fans can expect from the monster billing.
[With rap star 50 Cent recently digging into his pockets and becoming an official investor in social networking application Hang With, Inc., the company's president Dave Swartz speaks to SOHH readers about what the future holds.]
[With his new I Am solo album inching closer to its November 19 release, Memphis rap veteran Yo Gotti talks to SOHH readers about dedicating time to showing them his personal life in a new vlog series and what the feedback's been.]
[With rap star 50 Cent recently digging into his pockets and becoming an official investor in social networking application Hang With, Inc., the company's president Dave Swartz speaks to SOHH readers about getting the G-Unit head behind the video-sharing movement.]
A week after the tragic passing of Hot Boys member Turk's father, the New Orleans native has reached out to SOHH to provide readers with a look at his role model's obituary.
Continue reading Hot Boys' Turk Remembers His Slain Father Week After Tragic Death.
Former Def Jam Records star DMX is reportedly a free man after a publicized arrest in South Carolina this week and his representative has reached out to SOHH with details on what went down.
Continue reading UPDATE: DMX Freed After South Carolina Bust, Arrest Details Released.
With so many hip-hop artists altering their rap aliases these days like Jeezy and Game, SOHH reached out to Busta Rhymes protégé Reek about dropping "Da Villian" off his hip-hop tag.
[With Action Bronson's long-awaited Blue Chips 2 mixtape finally available, producer Party Supplies talks to SOHH readers about hooking up with the New York heavyweight and their chemistry together.]
Continue reading "Action Bronson Is Crazy B/C He Carved His Own Lane & I Helped Him".
[With his new I Am solo album just weeks away from landing on store shelves, Memphis rap veteran Yo Gotti talks to SOHH readers about launching his new, must-watch vlog series.]
Cash Money Records affiliate Turk has suffered the loss of his father who was reportedly killed this week.
[With reality television still dominating pop culture with "Basketball Wives" and "Love & Hip Hop," New York rapper Uncle Murda a.k.a. UM and Atlanta's Young Dro offer SOHH readers their takes on the infectious trend.]
With T.I. raising eyebrows over the summer after revealing he was shopping around for the right record deal offer, SOHH decided to ask his partner in rhymes Young Dro for a take on Tip's free agency.
[After a strong run on ABC's "Dancing With The Stars" competition, YMCMB's Christina Milian speaks to SOHH readers one last time about her experience and kills some myths.]
Continue reading After "Dancing W/ The Stars" Elimination, Christina Milian Tells All.
[Having shared similar rises to fame thanks to hit television shows and promising rap careers, former "The Wire" star Mack Wilds tells SOHH readers why working with Drake would be a dream come true and how he approached star-studded collabos on his new New York: A Love Story album.]
[With his new High Times album finally on store shelves, Young Dro tells SOHH readers why they can always rely on him to deliver hard-body rap lyrics despite being considered a so-called "Southern" rapper.]
Continue reading Young Dro Says Read His Lips: "I Am Lyrical Rap Coming Out Of The South".
[As we continue to wait for elusive rap star Andre 3000 to make his comeback, renowned producer Cory Mo tells SOHH readers a story that'll assure them Three Stacks has not turned his back on hip-hop.]