Category Archives: History

Today In Carolina Hip Hop History: February 24, 2012 Rapsody (@RapsodyMusic) Releases The Black Mamba EP

Today In Carolina Hip Hop History, Rapsody released The Black Mamba EP on February 24, 2012. The Black Mamba was Rapsody’s first EP. It dropped on Jamla Records and in the same year as her first album The Idea of … Continue reading

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Today In Carolina Hip Hop History: February 8, 2005 Rapper Big Pooh (@RapperBigPooh) Releases ‘Sleepers’

Today In Carolina Hip Hop History, Rapper Big Pooh released Sleepers on February 8, 2005. In February 2005, Rapper Big Pooh was still part of the trio Little Brother, which included Phonte and producer 9th Wonder. Sleepers was Rapper Big … Continue reading

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Today In Carolina Hip Hop History: January 13, 2009 Rebellious (@RebelliousMindz) Release ‘Rise To The Occasion’

  Today in Carolina Hip Hop History, Rebellious released Rise To The Occasion on January 13, 2009. Rise To The Occasion was Rebellious’ debut album, which came out on their label Southern Groove Entertainment. The group is comprised of two … Continue reading

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#TBT Carolina Hip Hop Archives: 2009 J. Cole (@JColeNC) Interview, Talks Classic NC Hip Hop Group The Bomb Shelter, Growing Up In Fayetteville + More

  J. Cole has had a phenomenal week, music-wise. 2014 Forest Hills Drive, his third major label album project, sold 354,000 copies in it’s first week of release. This makes J. Cole’s third #1 album on the Billboard 200. In … Continue reading

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