Looking for some new music? Some of these artists have been floating under the radar for a bit, but deserve a look — and a listen.
In 1979, Parliament and Funkadelic released two projects that helped close out the 70s– and usher in the era of rap and hip hop.
Bust a move: Tone Loc, Young MC, and the Pharcyde are getting overdue respect with great re-issues from Craft Recordings.
1988 showcased Public Enemy, MC Lyte, Eric B and Rakim, De La Soul in all their glory. So let’s revisit a time when the rhymes blasting out of boom-boxes were the keys to the culture.