HipStory is the local collective that’s host to some of Boston’s hottest hip-hop acts like Cliff Notez and Oompa. You can see those two and more from the collective on Saturday, July 29th at a show hosetd by East Boston arts non-profit ZUMIX.
We chatted up local hip-hop artist Rex Mac ahead of Hassle Fest next months. Things got deep.
This Cambridge-native Emcee, King Fiya, tells us the tale of his city, while delivering his debut album, “Money Dreaming.”
Boston-bred rapper, NIck Shea, is debuting his first album and all we need is two minutes to listen to it. Not literally, though.
Latrell James always has something new up his sleeve. Gear up for his opening slot at Brighton Music Hall next week.
LFOD Radio released its first 24 tracks in 24 Hours project. We got a chance to sit down with them and discuss what this project means for Boston music.
Tagged #24in24 #LFOD #RepNewEngland, 1st official, 8-BZA, 9 yards, Ant Thomas, arcitype, B leafs, BadDecisions Collective, Bakari JB, bdc, Bugout, Casso, Chronic Tone, Cliff Notez, Cody Pope, D-boyz, D'artizt, Darius Heywood, dead beat dylan, dj grmble, DJ Nefarious, El Mello, J demers, JT, Latrell James, LFOD, LFOD radio, lightfoot, Live Free or Die Radio, Lotus Taylor, M-Dot, Macedo, melks, Mertz, Mike WIng, Noel Pancho, Paranom, pj brutzman, Prano, pure fact, RAYEl, REKS, Ryan Easter, Seti Tzu, STL GLD, Tashawn Taylor, The Record Co, The Record Company, Tim Nihan, Time & Lepp, yung nab
Celebrate Boston’s communities of color through art, music, and a little dancing.
Tagged Castle of our Skins, Cliff Notez, D.iRvin, Daniel Callahan, Hyde Square Task force, Kréyol, Massq, Massq Ball, Massq Ball Convergence, Odaiko New England, U-Meleni Mhlaba-Adebo
A donation based show with a diverse mix of sounds is sure to offer a Friday full of good vibes.
Radclyffe Hall plays Great Scott April 1st, so prep for the show by streaming their new single!
Listen to the new track “Tree of Life” from Rah Zen off his upcoming album Midnight Santori.