To choose a favourite mixtape of mine is hard but if I have to go for one, it would be Lil Wayne’s Dedication 2, because that was the mixtape that made me fuck with Lil Wayne while everyone else was saying how dope he was.
Coops has been on the come up for a long time. From the genesis of his career and the highlight of opening up for hip-hop royalty, Nas, to the release of solo project Lost Soul, the North Londoner has churned out heartfelt and very real tales
My favourite mixtape has to be Lil Wayne’s Da Drought 3, that shit was life changing for everybody.
It was a big mixtape for the culture and hip-hop and, at the time, I was just a young kid listening to music. I wasn’t rapping at all,
When you think about artists who cannot be kept in a particular box, so to speak, or who cannot be pinned down to any one sound or genre, JMSN is one of those leading the pack. Taking influences as wide and various as D’Angelo and
My favourite mixtape has to be Lil Wayne’s Da Drought series, a slew of about six or seven mixtapes that are so good I can’t choose one of them, so I’ll have to go for all of them. I'm sorry I can’t pick one, it’s just too
It’s so hard to say what my favourite mixtape ever is but I’ll have to say that the most influential, and the one that put me on game, and this might date me – I don’t know if people are going to think that I'm
To name my favourite mixtape is definitely a hard question, but I’ll have to go for Lupe Fiasco’s Fahrenheit 1/15: The Truth Is Among Us, which is the first of four tapes he did under the Fahrenheit title and it came out in 2006, probably
In a new web-series, Viper reached out to some of the most popular artists around to name their favourite mixtape, and what it means to them both as artists and individuals. For our inaugural feature we asked the Grand Hustler, Yo Gotti, about the significance of his favourite
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In the latest installment in our Top 5's series, Viper's deputy editor, Lauryn Tomlinson, explores the five most ridiculous lyrics featuring rappers bragging about the size of their penis.
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