One of the most engaging and awe-inspiring aspects of Hip-Hop is the Battle. The moment when two rappers have decided that lyrical warfare is the only way to squelch whatever beef has grown between them.
We've all heard of famous rap battles before, Big and Pac, Jay and Nas, but Beans and Jada's battle for us was one of the most evenly matched.
At the time these two spitters clashed, they were both at the top of their careers. You had people cheering for Beans and you had people cheering for Jada, it was truly a great moment to be alive.
Join us in tonight's Unhinged Review, as we examine the bars and decide who really won!
When it comes to these two legends of the game not much needs to be said except Icons, Point..Blank..Period! Method Man and Redman embody the essence of that raw hip hop which instantly turns you into a bobble head off one play. If you've heard any of their work then you already know what we're talking about and you don't have to be high to appreciate it either. Their music lifts you high off your feet without needing any additives and that's how hiphop should be. Pure uncut witty wordplay that moves you. Let's Unhinge this Iconic Duo.
Today in 2013, Ludacris is well known across several continents and audio circles as being both a creative hip-hop artist and a developing actor.
However, his iconic lifestyle and success didn't just happen because he wanted it to, he worked for it.
His 2000 major-label release "Back For The First Time" is a part of that journey, a pillar in his history if you will. We'd like to take a moment to talk about this amazing album that birthed a new star in Hip-Hop who would change the face of Southern Rap... forever.
How'd he change it? By being the best at what no one else was doing at that time, ultimately, he made us laugh. When everyone else was trying to be the hardest out, he went another route and
Eminem is someone that you can't deny when you think about the most influential MCs in the hiphop game. His impressive body of work has been felt across the entire world.
The only people that have not heard of his music or his image at this point would have to live in a mud-hut somewhere in the Lost City Of Atlantis. Marshall Mathers is one of