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Hip Hop Weekly Newsletter

Common recently marked the 24th anniversary of his album "Like Water For Chocolate" and credited it with changing his life.

He thanked everyone involved and expressed gratitude to fans who continue to cherish the album.

Afrika Bambaataa's alleged sexual assault victim is pushing for a decision in a 3-year-old lawsuit.

The victim's attorney has filed a letter to request that the judge sign the order in favor of his client.

The lawsuit accuses Bambaataa of sex trafficking and abuse.

In this heartfelt interview with rapper Blade on 05:21 show, Ruste Juxx pays tribute to his late friend Sean Price.

Juxx expressed his gratitude for the support and guidance he received from the rap legend.

Sean 'Diddy' Combs, the rap mogul known for his successful career in music and business, is facing allegations of rape, assault, and sex trafficking.

Combs, who was once untouchable and hailed as a rap icon, is now seeing his reputation crumble as more lawsuits are filed against him.

29 years ago, Ol' Dirty Bastard of the Wu-Tang Clan released his debut solo album, 'Return of the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version,' which received commercial success and critical acclaim.

Roc Marciano, the influential underground rapper and producer from Long Island, has little left to prove in his career.

With his new single and upcoming album, it's time for him to get the recognition he deserves.

A new hip-hop musical called "Mexodus" tells the little-known story of the Underground Railroad that ran from the US to Mexico, helping enslaved people find freedom.

The show combines hip-hop and history to bring unity and shed light on an untold story.

Jay One, a member of the BBC graffiti crew, discusses the origins of graffiti in Europe and its impact on the culture.

He also shares insights into his own artistic journey and the influence of other writers.

Legendary rapper Nas has released a new music video for his song "I Love This Feeling," where he revisits his past self and imparts wisdom to young students.

The video showcases Nas cruising around Los Angeles, reflecting on his journey in the industry.

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