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Three of hip-hop’s most iconic groups are coming together for the aptly titled 2019 “Gods of Rap” tour. This May, Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy, and De La Soul will all be heading off to the UK to celebrate the anniversaries of some of their classic albums. Thus far, the “Gods of Rap” arena tour comprises three shows in London, […]

After releasing the now-Grammy-nominated and the Anonymous Nobody... in September, De La Soul has tapped Pete Rock and Estelle for their latest music video.

After releasing the now-Grammy-nominated and the Anonymous Nobody... in September, De La Soul has tapped Pete Rock and Estelle for their latest music video.

De La Soul‘s new album “And The Anonymous Nobody” is out and has been getting rave reviews from listeners. Headkrack enjoyed it too, calling it “grown rap” for people who are “seasoned.” He remarks at their ability to allow their music to grow up, which is unusual for hip-hop listeners. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! […]

De La Soul has been quietly working on a new album, but now they are looking to their fans to help them with the rest.…

In honor of next month’s 25th anniversary of their debut album 3 Feet High and Rising, De La Soul are making their entire catalog available for free download for 25 hours on the group’s website. The download bonanza will begin on Friday, February 14th at 11 a.m. EST until Saturday at noon. The release of the group’s catalog is […]

De La Soul‘s landmark 3 Feet High And Rising and Al Green‘s soul classic Let’s Stay Together albums have been chosen for the Library Of Congress’ 2010 National Recording Registry.  The albums were among 25 total recordings chosen.

De La Soul are planning to release the third installment in their Art Official Intelligence series this year, according to the group’s DJ, Maseo.  The first installment was released in 1999.

(NOTE: This story was originally published Feb 1, 2010. but we are republishing it to commemorate the 1-year anniversary of Roc Raida’s death.) Grind Music Producers Sean C & LV remember the late DJ/Producer Grandmaster Roc Raida.

From The BVX While we were busy telling you who the most expendable rap group members were, our friends over at  theBVX have been wishing upon a star for some hip-hop reunions. What are the chances of these groups getting back in the studio? Read on and let us know what you think.