Pink Floyd‘s thirteenth studio album, A Momentary Lapse of Reason, almost had rapping on it. Possibly due to an, ahem, “momentary lapse of reason” on the part of producer Bob Ezrin.
[pullquote quote="Their embrace of rap, for its commercial merits was just what hip-hop needed to survive the jump to records." credit="Dan Charnas"]Thirty years ago, independent record label Profile Records released Genius Rap by [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Dr. Jeckyll & […]
A few weeks ago when we considered [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Beastie Boys[/lastfm]‘ Licensed To Ill as a Best Seller From the ’80s, we noted it was considered either trash or innovative at the time, depending on your […]
Everyone from [lastfm link_type=""]Usher [/lastfm]to [lastfm link_type=""]Nicki Minaj[/lastfm] has tweeted about the untimely death of 1990s rap legend [lastfm link_type=""]Heavy D[/lastfm]. Best known for “Now That We Found Love,” he recently taped an episode of […]