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Magazine articles on Hip Hop and Rap music and musicians.
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Fast Company
John Paul Titlow
Why Did Drake's "Hotline Bling" Fail To Top Billboard Charts? Blame Apple Music So why isn't "Hotline Bling" number one on the Billboard Hot 100? Turns out it's Apple's fault. mark for My Articles similar articles
Eric Santos
Business Lessons From Drake Both rappers and entrepreneurs are always challenging social norms. They are hip, cool and creative. They are the modern day's rock stars. When they're first starting out, they dream about signing deals -- VC and record deals. They also both have a ridiculously strong hustle and work ethic. mark for My Articles similar articles
November 29, 2014
Red Bull B-Boy One Paris 2014 No matter how much or how little you know about hip-hop culture, every guy has gotten down on the ground at some point and tried to pull off a break dance move. mark for My Articles
Fast Company
KC Ifeanyi
How El-P and Killer Mike Built The Creative Powerhouse That Is Run The Jewels Run The Jewels recently spoke with Fast Company about the power of collaboration, working (or yelling) through creative differences, and why an album of cat noises will call attention to injustice. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
Ayana Byrd
How Filmmaker Erik Parker Is Reigniting Nas's Illmatic On Its 20th Anniversary A documentary called Time is Illmatic, which Erik Parker wrote and produced over the course of 10 years, premieres in the coveted position of opening night at the Tribeca Film festival, and the screening will be followed by Nas himself performing the album. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
Samantha Cole
Tuning Out: How A Lightning-Fast Rapper Finds His Focus Pedro Antonio Rojas Jr., known on the mic as Tonedeff, is a fast talker -- 14.5 syllables per second to be exact. But getting focused, he says, means logging off of social media when it becomes overwhelming. mark for My Articles
April 5, 2013
Bob Costas Gives Props To Ludacris Bob Costas might be the last person one would expect to throw down a verse from a Ludacris song on live television. Yet that's exactly what Costas did during an interview on the MLB Network recently. mark for My Articles similar articles
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