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Despite maintaining the same beats plot-wise, there’s a lot actually that mirrors the original. However, the differences could be best referred to as Al Pacino‘s now celebrated turn as Tony Montana in Scarface set in early 1980s Miami as opposed to the 1930s original’s Chicago setting. Here are a...

The “Freaky Tales” of wild sexual escapades, pimpin’ and hyper-masculine braggadocio has been one of Too Short’s calling cards throughout his storied career. Yet and still, his appropriately titled The Sex Tape Playlist is playing it safe regardless of how worn the mackin’ wheels have become. Serving...

For the past several years, Will Packer has evolved into one of the most undeniable figures within Hollywood producer circles thanks to over a dozens of blockbuster films that have catered primarily to African American audiences. These include Girls Trip, Ride Along, Think Like A Man, Straight Outta Compton, Obsessed, Stomp The Yard and...

Three decades since real-life cousins E-40 and B-Legit founded pioneering Bay Area quartet The Click, both remain regional OGs regardless of their individual career journeys. Which makes their joint Connected & Respected project a welcome surprise blending tag-team hood sermons, trunk-rattling production and features leaning more toward local talent. However,...

By now, it’s a well known logistical fact that technology has helped hip-hop continue its reign of power in America (and around the world). This is apparent via many different statistics such as the fact that the genre can now even be credited with streaming revenue representative of...

At this stage of her career, it’s clear that Blimes Brixton is appreciative of the life in battle rap she had once hoped to forget. “As much as I try to put my battle rap past behind me, I still have to pay so much...

When L.A. Weekly first profiled singer-songwriter Lyrica Anderson five years ago, the Canyon Country native had already racked up a respectable number of writing credits with such chart-topping pop artists as Charice and Demi Lovato, while also working alongside hitmaking legend Timbaland. Now, her fan base has grown considerably,...

Nearly halfway through “House Party,” a two-steppin’ jam appearing a fourth into Overdoz.’s RCA debut 2008, Friday night sexual conquests soundtracked by some groovy Terrace Martin production are interrupted by gunfire. The irreverent humor as someone yells “I was tryin’ to spend the night, now I...

The newer generation is also blurring those journalistic/recording artist lines as well when they aren’t challenging genre notions – let the Portland-native Aminé tell it. His breakout single “Caroline” became a viral success, earned him Triple Platinum status and placed him amongst this year’s coveted...