Wifigawd is one of the rap game’s most versatile and prolific artists. The Washington, DC native is constantly on his grind, releasing classic tape after classic tape. His music ranges from the new-age frenzy that underground heads crave, to the soulful and spiritual sounds of yesteryear. We had the honor of interviewing Wifi via e-mail to gain an insight into the world of the Washington Wizard.
A rangy 6’8 Power Forward, Antawn Jamison could flat out score. Boasting several 20ppg seasons, the Louisiana born hooper enjoyed a prolific career in the NBA. He was a ‘Real Hooper’ through and through.
‘Coke Wave 2’ is an eclectic mish-mosh of styles, sounds and flows. It’s one of the best projects in Max B’s discography and a certified ‘Underground Gem’. Explore the ‘Coke Wave’ in this edition of ‘Underground Gems’!
A towering 6’11, Lamar Odom embodied versatility on the basketball court. His ability to rebound, defend multiple positions, run the offense and shoot made him one of the most unique prospects of his era. Lamar played with a grace and finesse that made him a ‘Real Hooper’.
Jermaine O’Neal owned the block during the 2000’s. His low-post play was artistry and his rim-protection was menacing. J O’Neal was without a doubt a ‘Real Hooper’. Read about the Pacers stalwart in this edition of ‘Real Hoopers’.
Subjxct 2oo4, production mastermind from New Jersey’s 2oo4 collective, is one of the game’s most dynamic producers. His wide array of distinct sounds, influences and tastes all fuse together to create his mind-bending beats. With a lengthy discography, and production credits with a whole cast of legends, Subjxct is extremely underrated as a producer. His clean, polished and experimental soundscapes deserve more shine. In this edition of ‘Creator Spotlight’, we asked Subjxct about his collective ‘2oo4’, his passion for Professional Wrestling and much more.
The definition of 730, Ron Artest was a two-way beast whose career was marred by a significant amount of incidents. Despite the controversies Ron Artest proved he was a ‘Real Hooper’ throughout his storied career