It ain't easy being famous when no one knows who you are. Ask those small-time hip-hop superstars nationwide, pouring boundless charisma into their hometown publicity vacuums, running wild in urban areas where any kid with half an active brain cell bands together with his like-minded peers. And damned if any of those potential celebrities can find an audience outside that same group of peers. Some are still waiting for that big break, true. But some have already been broken. In the rap game, nice guys get... More >>>