Brother Marquis was 19 years old when he joined 2 Live Crew and started recording some of the most famous dirty raps that the world has ever known. He was born in New York, moved to L.A. at 14, and flew straight to Miami when the Crew needed an extra rapper. Nearly 30 years later, he's been to the ... More >>
Each and every year, we here at Crossfade spend Memorial Day honoring those brave men and women who've sacrifices their lives in service and defense of these United States of America. Then the sun goes down. The bricks of dolla dolla bills come out. And we hit up our favorite titty bars (namely Ki ... More >>
Yo, what is going on with Dr. Dre? We're worried about him. He's exhibiting some strange behavior; even his closest friends seem to think he might be losing it. He's almost never seen or heard from, just holed up inside his California studio, in his epic castle-mansion, making beats and headphones ... More >>
Why will the right-wing crusader likely lose his license? Swastikas are just the start.
Just released from prison, Miami hip-hop icon DJ Raw is ready for the takeover
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