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The statue is located in the New York Borough of Queens

A solar powered statue of LL Cool J is on display in New York.

Currently installed at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, the Bronze...

The museum is due to open in 2024

Hip-hop royalty turned out to the Bronx, the home of hip-hop, last week to attend a ground-breaking ceremony that marked the official launch of building for...

The stream will also feature interviews and tributes from Chuck D, LL Cool J, and Ice T

Eric B. & Rakim have announced a livestream performance of their 1990 album, 'Let the Rhythm Hit ’Em'.

The American duo, who produced records during...

The Universal museum is expected to be finished by 2023

US Governer Andrew Cuomo has announced a $3.5 million dollar grant to build the world's first hip-hop museum in New York.

Situated in the South...

They’re up against Radiohead, Janet Jackson and more...

Kraftwerk have been named amongst the list of nominees to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame next year.

The nomination could...

Birthday beats

How old?! Kangol celebrate 75 years...

"He was our icon. He was more than just a friend. He was our example! He was more than just a friend! He was our...

Busta Rhymes, Ice-T, Fat Joe, Busy Bee, LL Cool J, and Al B. Sure! were among those who paid tribute to the late rapper Biz...

Dorothy Classic Hip Hop Stamp Collection

A new stamp card-style print has been released paying tribute to 40 hip-hop albums, tracing the genre back to its early-1980s roots and celebrating its...

Electro don plays us his most inspiring records

Alex Ridha, aka Boys Noize, is putting the finishing touches to his latest EP ‘Go Hard’, a racy solo six-tracker coming out on his self-named label. He recently celebrated its 100th release with remixes of BNR100 by the Chemical Brothers and Justice. And by the time you read this he’ll have performed at this summer’s Glastonbury festival — twice.

The bangers that still get techno stalward Marco Bailey excited...

Marco Bailey is a techno pioneer with a musical career spanning almost three decades. His over 300-strong and counting oeuvre ranges from...

Underground and overground, Marc Kinchen is on top again

'Don't call it a come back', sang LL Cool J, and he might well have been talking about MK, aka Marc Kinchen. Detroit...

Ghost producer Ashley Wallbridge lifts the lid on ghost production...

Some of you might know Ashley Wallbridge from his soaring, emotional melodies on tunes like ‘Keep The Fire’, but if you don’t...

Electronic music's subcultures have been documented by a host of photographers and archivists in the last four decades, and some excellent photobooks have been released...

During the 1980s, renowned photographer, broadcaster and DJ Normski was immersed in London’s hip-hop culture, his lense capturing a critical moment before the genre went...

We talk to UK hip-hop legend Rodney P about ‘Money Mad’...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...