Photo by Marta PerezRaekwon the Chef cookin' it up.See the full 20-photo Rock the Bells slideshow.
Rock the Bells
Rakewon and Ghostface Killa
With Mobb Deep and ArtOfficial
Fillmore Miami Beach
September 13, 2011
Better Than: Album-length karaoke renditions of Ol' Dirty Bastard's Nigga Please ... More >>
The Wu-Tang Clan has never been modest about its skill set. With hundreds of releases tied to the Wu-Tang brand, this now-legendary '90s gangsta rap collective has always been upfront about what it brings to the table.
If you know your Wu, you know nobody else cooks, serves, and keeps 'em coming ... More >>
Black Star's Mos Def and Talib Kweli.Yeah, we livin' in the era of ringtone rap.
But a few days ago, we here at Crossfade got word that the Rock the Bells Festival Series will be bringing Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, and Mobb Deep to Miami Beach. So we started getting all nostalgic about that "Go ... More >>
We all know hip-hop was better back in the day (namely the mid '90s) before MCs and beatmakers-for-hire became obsessed with their cellphones and started writing ringtones instead of blratt-blratt rap tracks.
Thankfully, the Rock the Bells Festival Series is hustling hard to preserve the days - ... More >>
Having released his debut EP to immediate acclaim on Josh Wink's Ovum label in January 2010, NYC wunderkind Chris Manik made the leap from virtual unknown to internationally celebrated "It" producer in little more than year. MANIK has since joined the artist rosters of chic labels like Poker Flat ... More >>
It's 2 a.m. on a Saturday night at Space. College kids and club crawlers, thugs and lovelies, Latinos, Key rats, and tourists from every country with an airport are all losing themselves en masse to the thunder of DJ Radamas. "I love this," shouts Radamas over a wicked mix of vintage Biggie. "Nob ... More >>