Strippers and strip club DJs have an influential taste-making ability in hip-hop. In our new series, Striptique, we test out some new music (and some old tunes) at the club and ask the exotic dancers which ones make them want to move.
Atlanta cops have divided the city into six zones. Not only does this provide an easy way to tell people where you're from, calling your hood "Zone X" makes Atlanta sound like a dystopia in the not-so-distant future.
After debating if I'd rather watch TV and sleep or hang out and potentially smoke weed with some rappers, I decided to head into the brightly lit depths of Times Square—the same place where Tupac was shot—to meet with Brick Squad's Frenchie.
It's hard to ignore Trap's incessant graffiti efforts over the past couple decades. We sat down with Trap for his first-ever interview, which contains several historical highlights and details that have never been publicly addressed.
This mix is what I think will be one of many mixes made for the hotter months, when you're doing things outside and drinking more when the sun is up. I've paired this mix with the photos of Ryan Kenny, who's best skill seems to be taking pictures of cute
I hopped on the phone with the guy who calls himself Your Baby Daddy's Favorite Baby Daddy to talk about his new track with Trinidad James, why it has taken so long for "Purp, Wind and Fire" to drop, and how awesome the Hall and Oates Pandora station is.