Zion I lyricist Zumbi offers PopMatters an overview of his body of work and discusses what he brings to hip-hop as a creative individual.
Azeem returns to his roots of poetry to deliver Vision Teller, a collection of spoken word pieces that hum with the silk-spun lyricism of a speakeasy street poet.
Electricity and simplicity are the two prime characteristics which drive Kid Sensation's debut.
Immoral Tales is either a curious failure or a problematic success, depending on where one draws the line between art and exploitation.
A frustrating, demanding and ultimately fascinating exercise in experimental fiction, Mauve Desert is the story of one adolescent's life colliding with the emotional landscapes of others'.
In this extensive interview, Mike Ladd discusses his career in hip-hop and academia, as well as his route from punk to hip-hop and the poetry of his work.
Joan Lindsay plies the narrative with questions of female indignation, the emotional reserves which harbour the most poisonous sentiments liable to destroy any code of sisterhood honour.