By the time you read this, they may have already dropped two new mixtapes.Read More
When your dad is one of the greatest rappers of all time (Big Pun), it gets hard to be you.Read More
Baby Pun and Whispers are ready to make "The Statement" and explain the art of back-and-forth rap.Read More
Two 80s babies decided to remix Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation" and explained to us why they did it.Read More
In part 1 of a 3 part series Par-City explains the concept of their new project "People Power" and what goes into making a a project like they did.Read More
On the FINAL part of G4shi's Live From The Underground interview, he explains the meaning behind the '4' in G4shi, sends a shot at Big Sean's hypeman and more.Read More
G4shi's reveals his favorite rap albums of all time, how he picks beats and working with "The Dr. Dre of Canada" on PART TWO of his interview on Live From The Underground.Read More
G4Shi explains how he brought Coolio and Michael Jackson to Africa through his dad's car and more.Read More
On the final part of Merse's interview with "Live From The Underground", Bonafied's East Harlem MC explains how M.I.A. helped formed Bonafied and how his upbringing executive produced Long Live Merse.Read More
How do you write a song without writing a song? How much of your songs do you keep "real" and realistic? Bonfied's Merse answers those questions and more on PART TWO of his Live From The Underground interviewRead More
Bonafied's Merse takes CULTUREDAPPROVED to Jefferson Projects to discuss what grows from the culture of East Harlem on Live From The Underground.Read More
CULTUREDAPPROVED are in the streets of Jackson Heights, Queens talking with New York's own ENY The Artist for the latest edition of LIVE FROM THE UNDERGROUND. ENY breaks down the science of making his music and with that type of attention to detail, his comparison to a conductor does not seem that far fetched:
I look at myself as a conductor and I'm conducting a symphony. Everything have to go together. I sit in the studio with engineers. Some engineers get mad at me because I'm so picky and particular about my sound. It's just everything has to be perfect and put in a certain pocket. It's a science of it.
In CULTUREDAPPROVED's debut episode of the new series Live From The Underground, CULTUREDAPPROVED's Danny Lugo rides around New York City with Bags The Boss and details his rise from the underground.