Busta Nut

  • Fish And Grits

    What more could be said about Ghostface at this point? The guy epitomizes every single thing this magazine stands for. His musical contributions are unsung, yet unmatched.

  • Locked-up Vs. Out-and-about

    What's it like to be an independent artist and have the music industry's top-seller systematically cock-block your every move? Just ask Domination, a young Queens lyricist that 50 Cent really doesn't want you to hear about.

  • Bird Man

    Duke Da God is guarded by a gigantic macaw.

  • Boom Bap Rap

    When you watch a movie like Wild Style, ever ask yourself what those guys are up to now? What happened to the generation of 70s park jams?

  • You So Krayzie

    If you're anything like me, you weren't a fan of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony when they first came out.

  • Hate Rap?

    Is it such a surprise that Brooklyn's most disturbing brutality rapper is responsible for a heartrending New York story of redemption?

  • M.O.P.'s Mommy

    M.O.P. are the music industry's biggest bullies, the gun-clapping Ted Nugents of hip-hop.

  • Kill Whitey Again!

    When we were coming up, all our rapper friends were headwrap-clad Five Percenters who read The Final Call. Where did the hate go?

  • Hear Me Now!

    For those of us who still have the biggest crush on Patra, it's time to move on. Jamaica's got a new rudegal sex goddess.

  • Free Shyne!

    If there's one thing in the world that will make you believe in karma, it's rap music.

  • How to Grow Up in Long Beach

    Ten years after its release, it's time to officially recognize Warren G's "Regulate" as hands-down one of the finest moments in music history.

  • Juvenile Hell

    Littles discusses selling crack and shooting at the cops.