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Buddy is an 18-year old spitfire from Compton ready to win over ears of a new generation of Hip-Hop enthusiasts.
This is a man with a focused vision and a knack for the unique, clap for him.
We chopped it up with Chi Town native, Young Tez, recently
Black folks are getting into every sport nowadays, won’t be long before this guy is giving Lance Armstrong a run for his money.
OOOWEEE! We didn’t know Marsha Ambrosius had a man banger for a little bro!
Best rapper EVER?! D. King seems to think he is…
Chipmunk may be new to the scene when it comes to the U.S. but this kid has been working the UK for over two years. Signed to Columbia Records of Sony Music UK, Chipmunk’s first album, “I Am Chipmunk”, debuted
New Black Kid on The Block: HipHop Ghostwriter Medina Got Shat on by Hov: ‘I’ve Been Jacked by the Best’ [Video]
Bossip Fam, meet Medina a.k.a 6 Milly! This guy’s been behind the scenes of the music industry for years now and, apparently, that’s where some of hiphop’s biggest stars would like to keep him!
She’s Baaaaack! New Black Kid On the Block Siya Goes In! Sh*ts on Illuminati in New Single ‘Where Were You’
If you can remember, a while back we introduced you to Siya, the female lyricist who caught our attention. And welp, she did it again!
New Black Kid On The Block Is White?: Micky Munday Is From South Central With A Flow And Street Cred? [Video]
Bossip: How was it being white growing up in those neighborhoods?
Micky: “I experienced a lot in a short time. My pops was in and out my life, just like most inner city kids. I got the occasional beef about
Exclusive New Black Kid On The Block: Raekwon Signs Off On “Six” The Rapper As Future Plus Shoot With Rosa Acosta! [Video]
SIX is in negotiations with Atlantic & Universal right now and we are rooting for the young brother. His music is dope… and he seems to have a good head on his shoulders.
West Coast New Black Kid On The Block YG spent last Thursday and Friday shooting the video for his “Toot It And Boot It” remix, and E-40, Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent were all on the set to support the