Bust a Rhyme

Bust a Rhyme

Exploring the men, women, and motivations behind your favorite hip-hop music.

Justin Runyon6 days ago
Album Review: Glasses Malone – 'Beach Cruiser'
Glasses Malone’s debut album, Beach Cruiser, was originally scheduled to come out in 2006; however, numerous setbacks and label changes kept the album from seeing the day of light for a long time. Fin...
Release Rewind10 days ago
"Going Bad": Music Video Review
"Going Bad" is one of the top charting singles from Meek Mill's album Championships. It’s a very boastful record that doesn’t have a much deeper meaning or context. It mainly is championing the succes...
Phoenix Martins17 days ago
Hip-Hop Culture
Incapsulating the essence of "Hip-Hop Culture," firstly, this shoot was completely impromptu or was it? When one thinks about hip-hop culture, one thinks about its sheer authenticity, meaning this is ...
Kuro Silence22 days ago
My Life and Rap
What Hip Hop Has Helped Me Understand That’s typically how these things start right? We pose a question to the audience, then proceed to answer it. Well sure, but why? See what I learned from hip hop ...
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Justin Sancheza month ago
Best Rap Albums of 2018
The year has flown by with a slew of new rap records. What a year for rap. With more growth of rap over the years, there is also more prominence of albums who tend to show quality as a whole. Here is ...
Nathan Sartaina month ago
Sik-K: Hip-Hop’s Next Big Thing
When it comes to the Korean Hip-Hop scene, there are few artists hotter than Sik-K (both figuratively and literally). Signed to H1GHR MUSIC, the 24-year-old has actually been around since 2013, debuti...
Toby Hickman2 months ago
Review: 'Some Rap Songs' by Earl Sweatshirt
The new album from Odd Future alumnus Earl Sweatshirt is called, simply, Some Rap Songs. On the surface, the name fits an album that sounds almost like a mixtape; a chaotic, near-schizophrenic barrage...
Yash Maheshwari3 months ago
The Evolution of Hip-Hop
With the likes of Young Thug, Ski Mask the Slump God, and the Lil's making up the new face of music, will old schoolers like Ice Cube, and the now deceased Biggie and Tupac, be forgotten?