The guys behind Gritty City Records are always down for a party and it looks like they are up to their usual antics in a recent music
Everyone get excited and get ready to freak the fuck out because Ms. Lauryn Hill herself is coming to The National in May.
Members of RVA's hip hop collective Satellite Syndicate are always coming out with innovative and intriguing projects for our ears
While the country continues to be divided over economic, social, and political ideology, one local MC is offering an alternative: his greezy-self.
We may never know why, but freaks, geeks, and everything in between are drawn to Richmond like moths to a flame.
We love seeing musicians from our city collaborating with big names and showing off their talent and skill to the rest of the world.
A Virginia Beach hip hop artist has released a raw, but fun party track and a new music video to go along with it.
Rap cyphers started in the early days of hip-hop on urban playgrounds and in concert halls. But recently, they have garnered notable attention on social media.
The classic longtime hip hop duo Mobb Deep recently announced a 38-date U.S.
RVA hip hop artist Fly Anakin just dropped some visuals to go along with his single, "machinegunfunk" that he released back in the fall.
The boys behind Gritty City Records are back to their old shenanigans and busy making music as well.
I remember about a year and a half ago, I had probably one of the best times of my life at a house show--despite it having all of the ingredients for a terrible time.
This article was featured in RVAMag #23: Winter 2015.
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