While Covid has had the country on lock we are now back with a vengeance. Our first feature this month is actually old by date but still dope #AF. We have some new writers set to post a brand new vibe to UnsungHipHop. But in the meantime checkout this fire below.
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Saturday, June 13, 2020
Let me be the first to say I was never really accepted Nick Cannon as a rapper. Don't get me wrong he's a talented brotha, but his commercial style is not my cup of tea. That being said I'd like to note that this is the first time we've ever feature Nick Cannon. This piece is more poetry than rap, and he kills it the message is clear and the words are razor sharp.
Monday, April 20, 2020
It's not often we post non HipHop artist on our site but when we do it's normally for artist like Thundercat. When I first heard of this guy I was like WTF now this is what Real R&B is made of. He's probably like the Andre 3000 version of soul music with his eclectic style and unique voice. But don't take my word for it checkout the video below.
Friday, February 7, 2020
We try to keep our site focused on the unknown and underrated artist in HipHop and Soul music. But it's been brought to my attention we need to be more informative with out platform when it comes to our culture.
I agreed, my attempt was to just focus on the art not the artist personal affairs or gossip. But after further discussion with my team (all 9 of my personalities) I decided to post news worthy events more often.
I've been a fan of Willie D since the Geto Boys, and now he's hosting the kind of News station we can all love and appreciate. In this clip I 110% agree with his commentary on Gayle and Oprah. They are definitely working for Team Butter Biscuits, they continue to publicly throw dirt on our black icons. Please watch video below it's very informative.
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Falz is a Nigerian Emcee, talks about REal social issues and not just glorifying negative stereotypes of black people. Which further proves my case that the international HipHip scene is in its Golden Era while American HipHop is mostly stuck in the "Trap House". I'm Just saying bar for bar we are losing in the conscious HipHop genre.