Two of Queensbridge’s finest talk about their lengthy career in hip hop.
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New York’s cult icon and X-rated maverick guides us through the rise and fall of his hip hop love affair.
Phillip Mlynar revisits the ’90s hip hop style, and finds its origins run far deeper into the genre’s history than he first realized.
Piotr Orlov remembers one of Lou Reed’s most underrated contributions to music – his documentation of New York.
The electro and hip hop pioneer reveals some wild stories from his unpredictable career.
Brooklyn brass constructivism and the human need for mapping things
From Bronx creation to the Zulu Nation, the real roots of hip hop culture
Two decades of hits: Premo revisits his era-defining collaborations
The man who rocked the planet rushes through his catalogue
Justin Smith the First: taming rappers' egos since '99
The boogaloo godfather tells of his transition from street thug to cherished icon of Nuyorican music
Magic and mathematics with Balihu's disco professor
Delicious disco requires the perfect blend of humor and seriousness - just ask Morgan!
The master of NJ house plumbs the depths of the genre… and himself
Distilling the essence of NYC house, one body and soul at a time
Epic three-and-a-half-hours of extra-sharp guitar play and production tips from Chic's mastermind - Part 1
Capo, Cam, Santana, and Zekey aka Harlem's Dipset tell us how they realised 'Diplomatic Immunity'
Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna sit down to discuss the making of 'Only Built 4 Cuban Linx'
Queensbridge's Most Infamous On The Couch
We catch up with the NYC-based painter and rapper in advance of his second mixtape.