Chicago native Nathaniel Jones, aka DJ Pierre is one of the most legendary and genre forming artists in the history of American electronic music. His group Phuture's 1988 tune 'Acid Tracks' caused a stir in Great Britain when the track, rather unintentionally, became an anthem of acid house, the pr
Michael Jackson was unquestionably the biggest pop star of the '80s, and certainly one of the most popular recording artists of all time. In his prime, Jackson was an unstoppable juggernaut, possessed of all the tools to dominate the charts seemingly at will: an instantly identifiable voice, eye-popp
"They say my flow is crazy and I can spit/ and I rap as if I had a dick/ bitches is bad but I'm that bitch/ listen, I'm so above the average."
I'm from There's Something About Remy (2006)
So spoke Remy Ma, originally Remy Martin until the congac sued for exclusive rights to the name
Niggaz With Attitude. The name says everything. Shamelessly self-promoting and utterly megalomaniacal, N.W.A forged an image of ghetto life that would come to define the entire hip hop scene in LA. They exploited America's most deep-seated fears of (and fascination with) race and violence. They said