If you aren’t aware legendary rap group De La Soul is in an ongoing battle with Tommy Boy Records and they just got a small victory over the label Tuesday. De La Soul announced on IG that their albums would be available for streaming, but that 90 percent of the revenue was going to the […]
While Janelle Monae and Pharrell were hanging out and talking about their film, “Hidden Figures” with Ed Lover & Monie Love, Pharrell took some time to break some things down for them. He explained to Ed how important “Yo MTV Raps” was for kids like him who rushed home after school to catch it on […]
After releasing the now-Grammy-nominated and the Anonymous Nobody... in September, De La Soul has tapped Pete Rock and Estelle for their latest music video.
It’s been twelve years, the fan funded project has been released and De La Soul is celebrating. The Native Tongues members released their ninth studio album “And The Anonymous Nobody” last Friday and now they have unveiled a short film documenting the album’s creation. The 33-minute short film entitled We’re Still Here (now)… a documentary […]
The legendary De La Soul readies their fan funded new album, they give fans a taste of what’s to come with a new track called “Drawn” featuring Little Dragon. The record will appear on their upcoming album And the Anonymous Nobody due out on Aug. 26th. The song finally gives De La Soul and Little Dragon a chance to […]
The much anticipated album from De la Soul that hip hop fans funded through a Kickstarter page has a new release date. In September, fans…
Boom Moment In Hip-Hop (May 13th) On this date 1991, De La Soul released their follow up album “De La Soul Is Dead“. This was the follow up project to their groundbreaking debut “3 Feet High And Rising“, which was released 2 years prior. They were trying to break that underground, hippie-ish label with this […]
YO world! This is Jeremy bringing news of some sneaker heat via a fresh collaboration between De La Soul and Nike SB. Paying tribute…
From The BVX While we were busy telling you who the most expendable rap group members were, our friends over at theBVX have been wishing upon a star for some hip-hop reunions. What are the chances of these groups getting back in the studio? Read on and let us know what you think.
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