The Roots thrive in a strange place; they're an active part of modern hip-hop, but also removed from it.
The Eminem of gay rap is coming back to his hometown for the Hip-Hop Against Homophobia show this weekend.
Group showers, toilet wine, and solitary-- baby, you can have whatever you like.
Eminem can't mask his boredom on this ghastly return to the studio.
Lady Sovereign is no stranger to Minneapolis.
The show is billed as Dr. Dooom vs. Doctor Octagon, but bets are out on whether either personae will show up.
Rapper K'Naan makes peace with Somalia, and pop for the world
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At this rap party, snappy kicks are the guest of honor.
In anticipation of Girl Talk's show tonight at First Avenue, Gimme Noise cooks up its own amusing mash-up titles.
What else could Max Ross have expected from a stop on the Still High Tour?
Hotboxes, beatboxes, and the occasional rhyme. Meth and Red bring Termanology and Evidence & Alchemist to the Main Room.
Nate Patrin reports on the Hip Hop Live tour, which featured David Banner, Little Brother, Talib Kweli, and a surprise appearance by a local rap star.
Next month is gearing up to be a crazy time for live shows. Here's a list to help you plan out a successful Rocktober 2008.
The Goodie Mob alum and DJ Danger Mouse perform at the State Fair
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