I'm Sorry by Bobby Bucher Bobby Bucher released his latest project titled, ‘I’m Sorry’. The album features production by Esume, Chase Moore, Sevoe, and Chopsquad DJ. “North Hollywood born & Chicago raised artist Bobby Bucher blurs the lines between genres, styles, pain & beauty on his latest offering. Ironically titled ‘I’m Sorry’, Bobby is unapologetic […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: 2Pac released his debut solo album ‘2Pacalypse Now’ on November 12th, 1991. The album featured the singles “Brenda’s Got a Baby”, “Trapped”, and “If My Homie Calls”.          

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Today In Hip Hop History: Eminem released his debut solo album ‘Infinite’ on November 12th, 1996. ‘Infinite’ was recorded at the Bass Brothers’ studio, with production handled by Mr. Porter, Proof, and Eminem himself. The album features guest appearances by Proof, Mr. Porter, Eye-Kyu, Three and Thyme, as well as singer Angela Workman on the […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: Jay Z released his fifth album ‘The Dynasty: Roc La Familia’ on October 31st, 2000. ‘The Dynasty: Roc La Familia’ was originally a Roc-A-Fella Records compilation album. The album would showcase Roc-A-Fella artists Memphis Bleek, Beanie Sigel, Amil and Freeway, but was ultimately marketed as a Jay Z solo album […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: Outkast released their fourth album ‘Stankonia’ on October 31st, 2000. Singles released off the album included “B.O.B”, “Ms. Jackson” and “So Fresh, So Clean”.          

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Today In Hip Hop History: Cypress Hill released ‘Cypress Hill: III Temples Of Boom’ On October 31st, 1995. The album featured the track “No Rest for the Wicked”, which ignited the feud between Cypress Hill and rapper Ice Cube, who they claimed stole the hook from the Friday theme song from the band’s “Throw Your […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: Ice Cube released his second album ‘Death Certificate’ on October 29th, 1991. ‘Death Certificate’ featured the diss track “No Vaseline”, which is a response to his former rap group N.W.A. “No Vaseline” is considered to be one of the greatest diss tracks of all time due to its explicit and […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: Mase released his debut album ‘Harlem World’ on October 28, 1997. Singles released off the album included “Feel So Good”, “What You Want”, “Lookin’ at Me”, and “24 Hrs. to Live”.            

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Today In Hip Hop History: Dilated Peoples ( DJ Babu, Evidence and Rakaa) released their second album ‘Expansion Team’ on October 23rd, 2001. ‘Expansion Team’ features production from Dilated members Evidence and Babu, as well as DJ Premier, The Alchemist, Da Beatminerz, Questlove of The Roots and JuJu of The Beatnuts. Guru of Gang Starr, […]

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Today In Hip Hop History: Westside Connection, the West Coast rap group formed by Mack 10, WC and Ice Cube, released ‘Bow Down’ on October 22nd, 1996. The album featured production from Bud’da, QDIII, Ice Cube and more. Singles released off the album included “Bow Down” and “Gangstas Make the World Go Round”     […]

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