The Power of Words The use of profanity has been a part of the Hip-Hop scene since its beginning. The free use of such language has set rappers apart from artists of different genres as well as kept them in the news. The music scene today has seen a huge increase of artists express themselves… Read more »
Tagged: Hip Hop
I & Ideal, London rapper talks on revolution dedication, writing and state of hip hop in next 20 years.
‘Nowadays in the music industry, the music is very much watered down and repetitive, that’s why the undergrounds so important…’ London artist I & Ideal of Rebel Lions shares his views on the music industry. Artist Name: I & Ideal Country: England Artist Type:Rapper / Spoken Word City/State: Mother Earth Genre: Hip-Hop Age: 20 Alias:… Read more »
“The only difference between the underground and mainstream is money.”- Interview with Rapper Potent Whisper
Rapper Potent Whisper asks “How much thought do you think these talented underground artists give to their image, the longevity of their brand, PR etc? “ Artist Name: Potent Whisper Country: England Artist Type: Lyricist, Rapper City/State: London Genre: Hip-Hop Age: 23 Alias: — Description: I make Hip-Hop music for love, unity and empowerment. When… Read more »
Interview with Benny Diction – Nottingham-born rapper speaks on album sales, lyrical content and individuality within Hip-Hop.
Meet Benny Diction: “When you cut through the layers of the homogenised crap that has blighted rap’s name, it’s actually the most varied form of music going…” Artist Name: Benny Diction Country: UK Artist Type: rapper, spoken word, musician, producer City/State: London Genre: hiphop, rap, jazz, electronic, folk Age: 29 Alias: – Description: Benny Diction… Read more »
Content as a Catalyst – Do we really need more controversial artists and material in the music industry?
Content as a Catalyst Recently we had an article on the site which included an interview with Ed Greens. In this interview, he said “…music is music and resistance is resistance, therefore music can never replace resistance or activism…” This response struck me as particularly potent and got me thinking. If music isn’t resistance, or… Read more »