AZ Interview: Final Call

by Alex Shtaerman While many MCs rap about their exploits in relation to organized crime families and international drug cartels, AZ is one of the only rappers you could actually picture playing the part in real life. Just for the record, an honorable mention has to go out…

Cormega Interview: Legal Hustle

by Alex Shtaerman Since we last spoke to Cormega a lot has changed but at the same time, a lot has stayed the same. After releasing two critically acclaimed LPs on his independent Legal Hustle label and pushing a combined 250,000 units Mega got several offers from major…

Infamous Mobb Interview: Blood Thicker Than Water

by Alex Shtaerman With a new album and a groundbreaking DVD documentary hitting stores in less than a month, Infamous Mobb is poised to make an impact. In case you didn’t know, this is that raw, gutter Queensbridge shit, no holds barred. After appearing on Mobb Deep’s Hell…

Cormega Interview: Comin’ Straight Outta Queensbridge

by Alex Shtaerman It’s been seven years since the mainstream first heard Cormega’s raw as fuck, effortless rhyme style on Affirmative Action, a standout track on Nas’ second album It Was Written. Standing his ground in light of contract disputes with Def Jam and pushed back release dates,…

Kindradio Interview: Cyberspace Techno Transmissions

by Alex Shtaerman Sick of listening to Hot 97? For some people there is always K-Rock; but how much of that can you take? Really now. Want to hear slamming techno tracks played by underground talent 24 hours a day, seven days a week without commercials or annoying…

Stimuli Interview: Practice Makes Perfect

by Alex Shtaerman Few rappers come into the game armed with an arsenal as potent as the skill set brandished by the 24 year old Brooklyn native known as Stimuli. The younger brother of Hip-Hop producer Lord Digga, Stimuli has been sharpening his sword since the age of…

Reynos Interview: Washington Heights

by Alex Shtaerman As Washington Heights bred rapper Reynos is quick to point out “Hispanics have been a part of Hip-Hop since day one”. However, he also concedes that as far as MCing, “there haven’t been too many artists who have made it as far as someone like…