Harlem’s Azealia Banks Released From Label

azleal banks of harlemA few days ago we posted that Harlem artist Azealia Banks was not showing up for her concerts in Norway, now she is a free agent. Continue Reading →

Qoute of The Day: Mase, “I Could’ve Saved MJ.”

maseHW posted an article last week stating that Harlem man rapper and preacher Mase intends to keep preaching in his church about his plan to spread the word of God to the hip-hop community, and today it’s reported that it all was sparked by Michael Jackson’s death. Continue Reading →

Ma$e’s Church In Dispute Over His Lifestyle

maseSome of the worshipers told TMZ … they believe that Harlem man Mase is living a double life, spending as much time in the studio with hardcore rappers as in the church. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Smoke DZA On ‘City of Dreams’ (Video – Warning)

Smoke-DZA-1280x853Harlem native wordsmith, Smoke DZA, makes his way back to the game today, unleashing a dope new set of visuals directed by the one and only, Dame Dash. Continue Reading →

Stalley Hosts Launch Party At Atmos In Harlem

Maybach Music Group rapper Stalley was in Harlem to launch an iPhone case with DSC_1037Last Friday, January 17th Maybach Music Group rapper Stalley launched his GoodWood NYC iPhone case at Harlem’s Atmos sneaker 125th Street store. Continue Reading →

Ma$e Ft. Her, New “Why Can’t We” (audio)

mase new jammy go backMany cite Kanye West for birthing a generation of MCs, but it’s Ma$e who influenced him early on. After a lengthy hiatus, the former Bad Boy has since returned to rap and more importantly supplies us with a track today called “Why Can’t We.” Continue Reading →

A$AP Rocky Rocks Youth in Harlem

asaprocky16x9Rocky, widely known for his unparalleled fashion sense and live-free approach, battled with staying out of trouble as a Harlem teen.  Continue Reading →

A Rap Artist Pioneers Harlem Story

lamar-hillLamar Hill began his first career on a central Harlem street corner, in the pre-MTV days of boomboxes and mix tapes. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s A$AP Rocky: ‘Culture Runs Hip-Hop…’

asap-rocky-gqIf you ask Trinidad James, Atlanta runs New York’s hip-hop scene; but Bun B and Harlem rap star A$AP Rocky don’t quite see it that way. Continue Reading →