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Big Year Big Talk

shea serrano Features

Shea Serrano Quit His Teaching Job, Now He Has Two Best Sellers and Two TV Shows

"It is funny to just walk in and just be a Mexican, because I’m usually the only one there"
88 rising Features

Sean Miyashiro of 88rising Connected the Cultures

With 1.25 million YouTube subscribers and a gang of talent, 88rising controlled the new East-West flow
safdie brothers Features

The Safdie Brothers Got Gritty as 2017’s Filmmakers to Watch

"You might not like the feeling that you're feeling, but you can still be entertained by that feeling."
joe budden Features

The Struggle Is Real: Joe Budden Is Not A Hater, He Just Hates Bullsh*t

"I laugh at the whole mad and bitter tag because I love where music is"
big head Features

Bighead Gave SoundCloud Rap its Sound and Got Sober

Meet the biggest producer for the Lil rappers
pi'erre bourne Features

Pi’erre Bourne Turned Hip Hop Dark Purple

"They’re copying the beats they heard. They can’t copy my mind."
westside gunn Features

Westside Gunn and the Great Griselda Takeover

Respect the Almighty, no matter what language it's in
adam22 Features

Adam22 of the ‘No Jumper’ Podcast Smashed the Like Button for SoundCloud

"When I'm getting hate, I can tell how to translate the hate into what they want from me"
remy ma Features

Wonder Woman: How Remy Ma Changed The Game For Female Rappers in 2017

"Contrary to popular belief, I'm not a bully. I actually bully the bullies"