The latest hire just so happens to be the guy who was originally supposed to take the job, John Singleton.
Broadway has been home to shows that were inspired by the music of Billy Joel, Once and Motown, but this year marks the first time the music of a hip-hop legend is honored with its own musical.
The intergalactic revelation came during a recent interview with Death Row Records’ former chief engineer, Rick Clifford.
Covering Pink Floyd’s “Breath” is no easy task. Capital Cities took a moment to explain the story behind the imaginative cover song and how Tupac contributed to the new sound.
The Tupac biopic that was announced in 2010, and has since dropped off the radar, is still in the works. Director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day), who has signed on for the project, recently breathed new life […]
The Game makes no bones about his gang affiliations. The cover of his latest CD, Jesus Piece, features an image of his deceased brother, a Crip gang member who was shot to death in 1995. […]
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: When our musical idols passed away in generations past, they left behind […]
AMP Music Minute-Year In Review: Calvin Harris And Rihanna Found Love, Carly Rae Jepsen Called Us, Coachella Gets Holographic
Calvin Harris And Rihanna Found Love The year’s hottest mainstream track made love through the speakers! Calvin Harris really broke into the mainstream when he collaborated with Rihanna on her smash, “We Found Love”. Carly […]
The light from Tupac’s hologram has gone dim. The company responsible for the groundbreaking CGI-projected image has filed for bankruptcy protection.
When a life-like version of Tupac appeared at Coachella with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg last month, audience reaction was split as fans and artists weighed in on the deceased rapper’s “hologram.” Earlier this week, […]