It was 1998, the Smokin Grooves Tour was in its second year, and a group of friends and I were geeked out about going to the show. Public Enemy, Gang Starr, Wyclef Jean, Cypress Hill and others were booked, but everyone was waiting and most excited for Busta Rhymes, known for his killer live show ... More >>
50 Cent attacks Lil Wayne on a new track, "Love, Hate, Love," which also takes a swipe at former G-Unit member Game.Fiddy has long been known for his takedown tracks -- he became famous with "How to Rob," which took on just about every rapper in the game, and famously feuded with Ja Rule.Sure, a ... More >>
This video cost 1.5 million dollars... for some reason.
Band set to jam once again with new album
The Songs We Can't Escape
The songs we can't escape
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A whiff of today's teen spirit
A Hmong supper club in St. Paul attracts young hipsters, caters to old-school immigrants, and pisses off the neighbors
The Sound of Music, 2001: Our Favorite Things
Will 2000 be the year Minnesota hip hop broke?