Kurupt – Streetlights

BE Magazine got the chance to sit down and speak with a West Coast LEGEND in the game, one who infamously rocked your speakers throughout the early 90’s. He’s known for always hanging with a group of proven gangsters — from Biggie and Tupac to Snoop and Suge Knight Read More …

Lil Kim – Through the Fire

Lil Kim is the most popular female rapper in history. Her crossover appeal was cemented earlier this year with her stint on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. Yet after four popular studio albums under her belt, the respect and appreciation for her talent is nowhere Read More …

Lil Boosie: Bad vs Good?

  November 2009 is shaping up to be quite a month for Baton Rouge, Louisiana native Torrence Hatch. Better known as  Lil Boosie “Bad Azz,” Hatch will celebrate his 26th birthday on the 14th of that month. Just five days before though, on the 9th, Boosie Read More …

Lil Scrappy – Peace of the Pie

    album coming SOON!!! and me and @DiamondAtl mixtape Mr. & Mrs. Smith 8:36 PM Aug 27th from mobile web– Lil Scrappy’s twitter page     Don’t call it a comeback. Lil Scrappy (BIO) didn’t go anywhere. With a new album The Grustle along Read More …

Johnnie Cabbell – Music’s Next BIG CEO

In today’s music industry, rarely do we come across CEOs, executives, and managers that evoke the passion for the artists they represent. Usually, it’s money driven and good for business only. But when interviewing Johnnie Cabbell, I found a man who not only possessed passion Read More …

Hurricane Chris – Storm Trackin

    If the internet is any indication of When you perform a Google search, he falls right under Hurricane Katrina. But unlike the now-infamous tragedy in 2005, Hurricane Chris is ready to make 2009 his year. Since his debut in 2007 with 51/50 Ratchet, Read More …

Drake – The Best We Ever Had?

Aubrey “Drake” Graham is the hottest name in hip-hop right now. Why? Because Lil’ Wayne said so! Well, that isn’t the reason all by itself but it does help. Drake’s affiliation with Weezy’s Young Money label a year ago seems to have cemented his rise Read More …

Diamond: Hip-Hop's Best Friend

In science class we learned that a diamond’s evolution takes thousands of years. It begins with a living organism that dies in a natural environment. Over time forces of nature – pressure, heat, and time – act upon the organism. Soon it emerges as coal. Read More …