Celebrate Black Music Month with HOT 107.5! Check out the dope playlists the jocks came up with so you can be LIT all summer!

Like its hip-hop counterpart, Dancehall is evolving. Trap beats are replacing traditional dubbing but, the raw and unfiltered lyricism continues to keep our attention. See Also: Black Music Month: Afrobeats Bangers For Black Music Month, we’re introducing you to a new class of dancehall artists that include Shenseea, Koffee and Rygin King. Press play below. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUFrhJhf1zbSieTFw2liQpx_0Q8-OfDy3

Why is Nas considered the goat to many? Well, with eight consecutive platinum and multi-platinum albums, over 25 million records sold worldwide, and arguably the greatest debut project EVER with Illmatic, thats just a few reasons why! And here a few facts to back up his legacy: His debut album Illmatic, received universal acclaim from both critics […]

We don’t think that we are talking out of the side of our head when we say that Babyface might be one of the best songwriters of our lifetime.  From Beyonce to Madonna, Babyface has written so many hits. Check out 10 songs you may have not had know that Babyface wrote Get Breaking News […]

  It’s Black Music Month and we’ve collected the Top 10 Beyonce for women’s empowerment!  I mean she is the Queen B and she told us to get in Formation…. so let’s count them down (in no particular order) and remember fem is the future! Get Breaking News & Exclusive Contest in Your Inbox:     […]

From East Point, GA to world domination, rap duo Outkast changed the way we look at southern Hip Hop.

Born: Kimberly Jones; New York, New York, 11 July 1977 Early in her career, Lil’ Kim, was one of the most distinctive female voices of hip hop in the late 1990s. Lil’ Kim’s explicit and sexuality lyrics made her an icon in an era that starved for feminine balance in a male dominated business. Lil’ Kim, […]

North Carolina has been full of talent. You have 9th Wonder, J.Cole , Rapsody , and Little Brother That’s just a few that have put on for the hip-hop scene in the great state of North Carolina. Back in the day, Jodeci won your hearts with their Rhythm and Blues. Now Imani Pressley is getting her […]

Dancehall music may have evolved in Jamaica in the late 1970s, but it didn’t hit stateside until the 1980s. By the 1990s, dancehall became increasingly popular, with artists constantly linking up with American artists to create some of the classic records we spill spin today. But, it’s important to understand the genre’s roots. Class is […]