Having caught his break working on Dr Dre’s ‘2001’, producing records for Kendrick’s most recent album, ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’, and making up one third of super-production trio, Sa-Ra, Taz Arnold is the most prolific producer and cultural influencer you’ve probably never heard of.
Disclaimer: G HerbO doesn’t fit the themE of this issue at all. He made the cut because Viper’s editor is a super fan. But just in case you haven’t jumped on the Chicago rapper’s wave yet, here’s her pitch for why he’s the next rapper
You might not know his name, but you’ll definitely know Mike Miller’s photography. This LA native has shot album artwork for the biggest name in West Coast rap during the late eighties and early nineties, the pictures on these pages are just the tip of
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Natia The God is the best rapper you’ve never heard.
Natia the God is the kind of artist that you’re mad no one told you about. Though his social following only just scrapes into the thousands, he possesses bars rawer than some of the finest nineties
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Sean John Combs. A man who is more than 20 years deep in hip-hop and whose imprint on the game is undeniable. An unstoppable force who had a hand in shaping arguably the greatest rapper of all time and used his business savvy
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