In a bonus Segment of Cards, Dominoes, Drinks & Smoke, the crew discusses how the prevalence of new rap groups has disappeared over the last two decades. Hip-Hop was a culture that started largely with groups and crews. They ruled during the first 30 years of hip-hop. Why has the new generation not followed their predecessors path?
HipHopDX: Disappearing Acts: The Decline of Hip-Hop Groups
Wall Street Journal: Since 'Straight Outta Compton' Hip-Hop has lost its crews
B. Cox is joined by NaturallyAlise and JR of the R&B Representers to review SWV 's debut classic album It's About Time as it turns 30. As R&B continued its evolution in the early 90s, the trio from NYC burst …
In a bonus episode of The Guest Lounge , B. Cox sits down with Sumit Sharma & Chris Mitchell of the Breaking Atoms Podcast . Based in the United Kingdom, Sharma and Mitchell have built one of the more intuitive, …