[With Full Force's long-awaited With Love From Our Friends reunion album finally available this week, group leader Paul Anthony talks to SOHH readers about Drake, Big Daddy Kane and the crew's comeback.]
[With the release of heartfelt Mike Brown tributes like "Don't Shoot," "Hands Up" and "Be Free," Hot Boys' Turk talks to SOHH readers about the importance of bringing an end to injustice and gun violence.]
[With New York hip-hop on the rise again courtesy of newcomers like Bobby Shmurda and Troy Ave, battle rap king Murda Mook tells SOHH readers he's ready to lead the Big Apple's charge.]
Slaughterhouse's Joell Ortiz recently spoke to SOHH about his upcoming House Slippers album but also took a moment to discuss group member Joe Budden's publicized criminal situation with the New York Police Department.
[With his highly-anticipated Blacc Hollywood album finally on store shelves, Taylor Gang leader Wiz Khalifa dishes on why he doesn't have a rap bucket list anymore, why the Vanilla Ice incident is no biggie and defends his love for model wife Amber Rose.]
[With his new Coors Light Axis partnership in full effect, G.O.O.D. Music's Big Sean does a quick Q&A with SOHH about his situation and headlining an invite-only New York party tonight to celebrate with Curren$y.]
Continue reading Big Sean's About That Coors Light, Ready To Invade Big Apple.
[With the new release of his "Hands Up" track, New Orleans rapper Turk tells SOHH readers what inspired his emotion-driven Mike Brown tribute.]
Continue reading Turk Credits Roc Nation Star For Inspiring Mike Brown Tribute [Audio] .
[With powerhouses like YMCMB and Maybach Music Group dominating the music industry, rap veteran Buckshot tells SOHH readers why Duck Down Records will never fade away.]
[With his new Dark Horse album on store shelves, Chicago rap veteran Twista talks to SOHH readers about his appreciation for Windy City newcomer Chief Keef and provide an update on his relationship with Kanye West.]
With Maybach Music Group's Meek Mill being forced to remain in prison this week, his one-time rap foe Gillie Da Kid tells SOHH he's pulling for the rapper to make it out of his bid.
[With his sizzling "Cut That Chick Off" anthem keeping this summer hot, Interscope Records' K. Camp tells SOHH readers which remix surprised him the most, what life on a major's like and why he had to repost Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" artwork on Instagram.]
[With his new Dark Horse solo album on store shelves this week, Chicago rap veteran Twista gives SOHH his take on Chi-Town's rap scene and what newcomers have caught his eye.]
[With his new Black Rose project picking up steam, New York rap newcomer Dave East gives SOHH readers the breakdown behind his concept-driven personal release.]
[With the star-studded "I'm Nice" anthem leaking yesterday (August 13), battle rap king Murda Mook gives SOHH readers the inside scoop on how he managed to get LL Cool J, Raekwon and Ron Browz all on the same track.]
[With his popular Black Dynamite series recently arriving on store shelves, actor Michael Jai White talks to SOHH readers about the movie-turned-cartoon's success, 50 Cent's "Power" show and more.]
[With the long-awaited N.W.A. biopic around the corner, late group leader Eazy-E's son, Lil Eazy-E, tells SOHH readers how much of an impact his dad had on the music biz.]
[After sparking headlines with a war of words with Atlanta's Soulja Boy, Philadelphia rap veteran Gillie Da Kid clears the air for SOHH readers about their actual situation.]
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