The Real Hip-Hop.com brings you the realest in Hip-Hop culture. We connect with the people that keep the culture alive and share those conversations with the world.
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Matteo Urella about his book on the Wu-Tang Clan's album art work “Deep in the Dark with the Art,” the devolution of album art work in Hip-Hop, and how his book will benefit the More than Words non-profit in Boston.
28 min 4 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Tanya Morgan about the longevity of their group, dive deep into the problem of police brutality, and discuss their new album, Don & Von.
55 min 57 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Zilla Rocca about the Wu-Tang Clan member’s album that inspired his latest release, how millennials have remixed religion, and his new album, Vegas Vic.
43 min 30 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Dell-P about his music being embraced outside of his home city of Philadelphia, his opinion of Juneteenth becoming a national holiday, and his new album, We Owe the World.
20 min 46 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to DJ Jay-Ef about the evolution of deejaying, working with producer J.Depina, and his new EP, Believe It Or Not.
33 min 56 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to producer Configa about the impact that Covid-19 has had on his career, his method for record digging, how he linked up with DJ Views, and their new album, The Year After.
41 min 35 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Skypp about having ownership in his music, why he thinks mental illness is the source of black on black crime, and his album, King of Indiana.
22 min 35 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Brooklyn emcee Eddie Kaine about why he sometimes uses unconventional song formats, how he bonded with producer Wavy Da Ghawd, and their album, Twelve 24.
24 min 53 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Saga about the Six Demon Bag EP, why he views himself as an underdog, and his upcoming album, The Guttersnipe LP.
36 min 54 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Illogic about his foray into production, how his Christian faith influences his music, and his new album, Autopilot.
23 min 51 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Doc Ish about the diversity of his production, the impact that producing Eminem’s “We Made You” had on his career, and his new album, Lost Files.
37 min 4 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to BD3 & Unkle Nephew about the Trew Culture collective, their blend of Hip-Hop and R&B, and their new EP, Sunnydale.
22 min 56 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Mx Lee about working with producer Configa, how they were able to overcome some of life’s hardships, and their new EP, Make My Way.
27 min 39 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to TtheGAWD about why Chicago artists are about more than drill music, his opinion on those who discredit the Black American struggle, and his new album with producer Max Julian, I Am GAWD.
44 min 48 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to XrossRoads about their evolution is a group, why they believe human beings have a desire to always want more, and their new album, The Road Less Traveled.
41 min 40 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Pugs Atomz about how fatherhood has impacted his business and art, what it was like working with Australian producer Inkswell, and their new album, The Moon.
24 min 4 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to two-thirds of Jamo Gang about working with the legendary DJ Premier, how to handle opening acts that do too much, and their new album, Walking with Lions.
37 min 18 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Roccwell about working with various deejays and emcees, what it’s like living in Germany, and his new album, Still Lovin’ Boombap.
36 min 15 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to EMMA LEE about her song “Dear Corona,” her beginnings in the arts, and her upcoming album, THE PEOPLE vs. EMMA LEE.
34 min 24 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Pearl Gates & Syll about Washington Heights being represented in Hip-Hop, their creative process as a duo, and their new album, Play This 2.
27 min 24 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Neak about his critically acclaimed album, Kwesbaar, why he chose to tackle the topic of willing father’s being pushed out of their children’s lives, and his upcoming projects for 2020.
28 min 51 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Add-2 about the infamous Willie Lynch letter, why he believes Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is a slave owner, and his new album, Jim Crow the Musical.
23 min 3 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Mega Ran about whether he’ll return to his original profession of teaching, what it’s like being a black emcee with a mostly white fan base, and his new ep, Ages, Vol. 1.
33 min 1 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Von Pea about gentrification in his hometown of Brooklyn, why he chose to move away from New York, and his new album, City for Sale.
49 min 16 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Ras Kass about whether he receives the proper validation as an emcee, why so many people turn a blind eye to white supremacy, and his new album, Soul on Ice 2.
43 min 44 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Dskillz Harris about joining Avant Garde Music, why he’s become more conscious of the words he chooses in his rhymes, and his new album, Skillz Mega 2.
23 min 19 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Thirstin Howl the 3rd about his upcoming projects, his book about boosting Polo gear, Bury Me with the Lo On, and his new mixtape with Sadat X, The God and the General.
22 min 55 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Anti-Lilly about his struggles with sobriety, the positives and negatives of being an introvert, and his new album with Phoniks, That’s the World.
39 min 45 sec
The RealHip-Hop.com talks to Dirt Platoon about working with Guy Grams and Ill Conscious, why French fans have a better appreciation for Hip-Hop than American fans, and their new EP, Parimore.
19 min 13 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to producer/emcee ToneyBoi about the Buffalo Hip-Hop scene, his college experience at Full Sail University, and his new album, Ugly Luxury.
22 min 36 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Supreme Cerebral about culture vultures getting a pass in Hip-Hop, what it’s like being a west coast emcee with an east coast style, and his new album, Gaddafi.
17 min 34 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Awon about touching on the Black American experience in his music, working with French producer Gorilla Glock, and their new album, The Black Paladin.
33 min 27 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Devine Carama about having to explain why Colin Kaepernick kneels, cancelling Bill Cosby, being an OG in rap, and his new album, Kingtucky II.
38 min 42 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Grand Opus about the negatives and positives of technology, returning to their west coast roots, and their new album, High Power.
28 min 33 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Sadat X & El Da Sensei about why you shouldn’t be ashamed to do a hard day’s work, why they never listen to critics, and their new album, XL.
33 min 46 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Nine about working with the Snowgoons, which big name emcees he feels borrowed from his style, and his new album, King.
16 min 55 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Daddy-O of Stetsasonic about the original Hip-Hop band’s biggest hits, solutions for America’s growing gun epidemic, and his new album, No Tablecloths.
47 min 5 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Madhattan Mayor about his favorite emcees, why he won’t be pigeonholed into one form of rap, and his new EP produced by Kil Beats, Kil-N-Myself.
18 min 43 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Los Angeles producer and emcee Kenan Bell. Kenan talks about his Stay Fresh Music imprint, the pressure he feels to start a family, and The Greater Good trilogy of EP’s.
28 min 48 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Tone Chop & Frost Gamble about why they shouldn't be labeled as a "throwback" act, the importance of fans for independent artists, and about their new album, One.
35 min 52 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Philly emcee Jazz Fresh. Jazz Fresh talks about stepping away from Hip-Hop for over 15 years, his relationship with other legendary Philadelphia artists. and his new album, Don of the D League.
29 min 10 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to North London emcee, Da Flyy Hooligan, Da Flyy Hooligan talks about collaborating with U.S. emcees, why he prefers to rhyme on tracks without drums, and his most recent full-length album, S.C.U.M.
30 min 48 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com talks to Cincinnati born and Chicago-based emcee Pete Sayke. Pete talks about Trump, police brutality, Grumpy Old Men, and his new album, Heaven Can Wait.
29 min 23 sec
TheRealHip-Hop.com presents Anti-Lilly live Saturday, April 14, 2018 at the Subterranean Lounge at 2011 W North Ave in Chicago, IL. The show will be hosted by Weekend Gabe of 88.7 FM. Tickets are only $12 at www.TicketWeb.com. 21+ show. Doors open at 10PM. Also performing are Navarro fka Scheme, DJ Trew, and Jay Lyn Gatz. In this podcast Gatz talks to The Real Hip-Hop about his musical influences, his upcoming album, and his April 14 performance at SubT in Chicago.
22 min 5 sec