rap music

The pioneering rap group comes to the State Fair of Virginia Sept. 27. Read more

Stage & Screen

The diabolical, diversified rapper still has what you need. Read more


Legendary rapper Kurtis Blow comes to Richmond with “The Hip Hop Nutcracker” Dec. 30. Read more


Big Freedia bounces into The Broadberry on Aug. 16. Read more


Magna Carda, a rap duo backed by a live band, brings its "indie trap" to The Camel May 7. Read more


Rap duo Nice & Smooth comes to Diversity Richmond March 24 as part of The Old School Party RVA. Read more


Richmond rapper features on Lifetime reality show Read more

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The rapper signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation label grabs attention for his controversial plans for the Richmond arena football team. Read more


Grammy Award-winner Big Daddy Kane comes to town for the Old School Party, Dec. 9 at 6335 Restaurant. Read more


California rapper Jonwayne takes the stage at Capital Ale House Richmond Music Hall Nov. 8. Read more


Richmond musician, DJ and author Michael “Mikemetic” Williams releases his first volume of thought-provoking, community-conscious poetry, "Hood Haiku." Read more


Noah-O and DJ Mentos conjure up "The Rain" and perform live at Black Iris Gallery this Friday. Read more


As Richmond musicians gain national play, those working in the music industry here say it would take building a stronger support system to lift the city’s profile. A few entrepreneurs are aiming to do just that. Read more

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Richmond's evolving hip-hop scene gives voice to breakout artists and veteran MCs. Read more


A wide-ranging Q&A with Arrested Development’s co-founder and lead vocalist, Speech. Read more


Insane Clown Posse is playing a sold-out show at The Broadberry on Saturday, May 14, when the Michigan-based rap duo will perform their fan-favorite 1995 album, “The Riddle Box." Read more


Settling city beefs in song Read more


The untold story behind Richmond’s Whole Darn Family and one of hip-hop’s most enduring samples Read more


A veteran Richmond DJ transforms the local nightclub experience, one song at a time Read more


Supaman, a Native American rapper from Montana, performed Friday for a crowd of 185 men, and later 40 women, at the Richmond jail. He'll be appearing at the Richmond Folk Festival this weekend. Read more


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