The Nation of Hip Hop is one banner flown by many around Planet Rock. No matter where you go in the Hip Hop culture you can always find your place home. The dialects may be different but the love speaks the same. In the UK it is a heart throbbing passion since day one. Never sleep on Britain, or Europe for that matter. Check out Battle Chasers to see what I am talking about!
Have you ever been transparent with yourself about what Hip Hop means to you? How would you like to run down to the City of Brotherly Love and chat with a brother who is going to be transparent with you about what Hip Hop means to him? The welcome mat is out, so let’s sit down and have another cultural chat!
We jump out the box with the 7 Questions of Hip Hop Culture series with one of my favorite people who personally inspires me, Troy L. Smith. For those who have not heard of him, he is one of the first heads who posted quality Old School Hip Hop online that I can ever recall. Enjoy!
For years, the art of sampling has been one of the longest legal rollercoasters producers, artists, and beat junkies have faced ever since Hip Hop music became BIG business. Still to this day the debate of sampling has kicked up more dust than create clear skies to outline a proper legal procedure for creating new music instead of crying foul. Check it out!