It's common knowledge that the popular music industry is dominated by a few huge companies, sometimes referred to as the Big Three: Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group. It used to be the Big Four, until EMI was subsumed into the other three. Before that, it was the ... More >>
Whether you first saw Mac Lethal serving sucker MCs at Scribble Jam, fiercely and independently touring with his Black Clover Records imprint or rapping while flipping pancakes, chances are some time in the past decade he's entranced and entertained you. Now, the Kansas City-based rapper has invaded ... More >>
Dirty South rapper / Three Six Mafia affiliate Project Pat will perform at Pop's this Friday. Roc-A-Fella artist Jadakiss will play the Coliseum on Friday as well, celebrating the venue's one-year anniversary. Last but not least, the Blind Eyes and Beth Bombara have a double EP release at Off Broad ... More >>
St. Louis native B-Money is hanging with rap's heavy hitters.
from myspace.com/bmoneynicc B$ gave Jay-Z "The Prelude" When the throngs pop in Jay-Z's new CD, Kingdom Come, the first notes they'll hear will arrive courtesy of native St. Louisan Brian "B-Money" Hughes. B-Money produced Track 1 on the Jigga's highly anticipated "comeback" album (can one "come ba ... More >>
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