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The Propaganda Takeover

Def Soulja: «It’s an invisible Renaissance happening: NYC is getting back to its original sound»

Def Soulja: «It’s an invisible Renaissance happening: NYC is getting back to its original sound»

Hip Hop August Selection

Intervista Louis Dee Rapper palermo

Louis Dee: «I am looking for an audience of grown people…»

CEASE GUNZ intervista

Cease Gunz: «I changed names and sounds like graff writers change their tags to experiment»

Hip Hop July Selection

Alpha Wann: a career between Hip-Hop, streetwear and a strong self-made spirit

Chyna Streetz: «It’s my time now»

MichaelAngelo: «I’d like to think I’m more of a producer than just a beat-maker!»

Hip Hop June Selection

Rick Hyde: «I worked a load of odd jobs, but now I’m a legend in my own right!»

Hip Hop May Selection

OT The Real Interview

OT The Real interview: «Loyalty is everything»

Mr. Phil: «I’ve always produced what I like, without thinking about what’s trending»

Josiah The Gift: «The Umbrella Collective can do something historic»

Vino La Mano Interview

Vino La Mano (B$F): «I’m trying to give listeners the realest side of me»

Hip Hop April Selection

Hip Hop March Selection

Interview with Camoflauge Monk

Camoflauge Monk: «We started GxFR in the basement…»

Bepsy (BN Crew): «Letters and rap, that’s all I need»

Benjamin Epps: the French Boom Bap inspired by Griselda Records

Hip Hop February Selection

Supreme Cerebral: «Dividing the coasts by sounds is irrelevant to our Culture»

Baloo Rapper Napoli

BALOO: «Born in the jungle, I have the ambition to educate the kids about survival and struggles!»

CHUNG: «My goal with Rap is to be in people’s top 5».

Gil Daltro: «We try to make our best out of the crazy life we live here».

Interview with Miedo12: «I feel empty without graffiti»

Hip Hop January Selection

Creep Giuliano: «The only thing missing to Italian underground is money»

Cee Gee: «Working with Westside Gunn & Mach-Hommy It’s all about the art».

Rome Streetz & Lord Mobb live in N.Y. – Raw From First Row Ep.1

Robin: «That day was like being in the movie The Warriors»

Wreckage Manner HAVOC & STYLES P

Hip Hop December Selection

Our favourites Italian Hip Hop albums of 2021

Our favourites Hip Hop albums of 2021

Dropsy & Lanz Khan present “Inganni”

Wavy Da Ghawd: 
«The underground Hip Hop scene has been my peace, my Eden».

Che Noir: «I’ll never change where I grew up, It made me who I am»

Hip Hop November Selection

Encs: «The craziest spot that I’ve hit? 
The Champs-Élysées»

OC from NC: «I am an artist first, the recognition that came along was a bonus»

ISK: a young rapper who reflects today’s French hoods.

Reeno Dosher: «In the 1990s Milan was bombed with different styles»

All Hail Y.T. interview: «When I was in the streets, I was “street-poisoned”» .

Hip Hop October Selection

Chubs: being an Italian-American MC in Long Island, New York.

Dropsy: «If you work hard, you’ll reap the fruits, soon or later»

NEM$: «That’s why they call me the “Mayor” of Coney Island, N.Y.C!»

Hip Hop September Selection

Koncept Jack$on: «Mutant Academy is my family, even beyond music»

Dibiasi: «In Jersey I’m a heavyweight, but the world is going to know me soon»

Pongo: «My art is an experimental journey that will never end»

French The Kid: A young lyricist for the UK Rap scene

Hip Hop August Selection

Bub Styles: «In Brooklyn there’s a huge competition, but it’s a beautiful thing»

Madhattan: «At sometime in life, you have to choose whether to sink or swim».

Tedax Max interview

Tedax Max tells us about his state of “Forme Olympique”.

Hip Hop July Selection

Kaser Interview

Kaser: «I appreciate beeing among artists where each one teach one. That’s Hip Hop».

Murzett tells the pain and the bad consequences of the streetlife.

Ray Vendetta Triple Darkness Interview

Ray Vendetta: «Triple Darkness are considered the UK’s Wu-Tang Clan by many»

V Don: «I always stuck with my own sound and identity»

The Message 01 – ABAN

Hip Hop June Selection

Freeze Corleone: the Rap that describes the French today’s contradictions

Fisek: «New York styles still influence me. It’s the base of everything»

Ufo Fev Intervista

Ufo Fev: «The name Fev, short for Fever, was given to me by Black Rob (R.I.P.)»

Musa Interview: «I like walls that have a soul»

Asun Eastwood: “Toronto is cold, diverse, angry and struggling”.

Throw Up Talks #06 – Vincenzo da Via Anfossi

Hip Hop May Selection

Aceuno: “My name everywhere was the only important thing”

Rimzee: Hip-Hop as redemption

Nowaah The Flood: “Everything comes in circles, so even the raw Hip-Hop would be back”

Mr. Cenz and his “Cosmic and Futuristic Space-Funk” Style

Relo represents Marseille and its people. The interview.

Interview with Taser: «Only the real ones are left».

Hip Hop April Selection

Intervista Rapper Torinese Thai Smoke Piu Reale del Re

Thai Smoke: «I tell the truth without filters»

John Jigg$: «I try to make my albums play out like movies»

Does1, intervista ad  un pioniere brasiliano dei graffiti.

Does1, interview with a Brazilian graffiti pioneer.

Zikxo: youth and ambition

Eddie Kaine Interview

Eddie Kaine interview: “Staying consistent is the key”

Ans: «Graffiti was born illegal and must live in the streets».

Hip Hop March 

Intervista MC Napoletano Dope One

Throw Up Talks #05 – Dope One

J Racks London Interview

J-Racks, the up-and-coming rapper from London who strives for his space.

Graffiti and tattoos: life according to Desur.

Bodega Bamz: “I am a voice for the New York’s latinos”. The interview.

Warios Graffiti Interview

Warios interview. 
Leaving the mark in the “jungle” of Rome.

Raz Fresco Interview

Raz Fresco: «Knowledge of SELF is everything».
 The interview.

Skare (Poland) Graffiti Artist Interview

Skare’s Neurowild Style: «I see graffiti letters as neural networks»

Hip Hop February 

Throw Up Talks #04 – Jangy Leeon

Who is Poppa Gee?

Abys Osmoz Colors Graffiti Intreview

An interview with Abys: “Graffiti to take back urban areas”.

Eto: “My rhymes? Those who do know…know!!!”. The Interview.

Hip Hop January Selection

Intervista Yazee

Throw Up Talks #03 – Yazee

ZKR: a rising star in the French rap scene

ZKR: a rising star in the French rap scene.

Jamal Gasol interview

Jamal Gasol interview: “Street talk is easy when you really been through it”

Ty Farris Interview

Ty Farris interview: No co-sign… just Bars!

Intervista Soneka - Makina de Rabsiko

Interview with Soneka from Brazil: Graffiti as life lesson.

Hip Hop December Selection

Intervista Sick Boy Simon & Dirty Dagoes

Sick Boy Simon & Dirty Dagoes: “This is how we collaborated with Onyx…”

The best Hip Hop albums of 2020 according to ThrowUp Magazine

Interview with Secse, italian graffiti veteran: ’’Knowledge is the key’’

Ransom interview

Ransom, the rapper of the year. The interview.

Napoleon Da Legend Interview

Napoleon Da Legend Interview: “Hip-Hop needs more balance between good and bad”.

Hip Hop November Selection

M24 interview - drill uk

M24, the emerging UK drill phenomenon.

Throw Up Talks #02 – Vacca

Espy: my graffiti experience from New Jersey to L.A.

Jay Nice Interview

Jay NiCE interview: carving sounds as “Fly Art”

Hip Hop October Selection

Bufón: “Art belongs to the elite, graffiti to the streets”.

Intervista rapper Armani Doc - MRGRA - Alta Moda

Armani Doc, Italian 
Rap with some elegance.
 An interview.

Jay Royale interview: living Hip-Hop in the town of “The Wire”.

Graffiti in South Africa, an interview with Mars.

Hip Hop September Selection

Dave East Crip New York Harlem

Dave East: the voice of Harlem, New York.

Intervista a Blef, leggenda italiana dei graffiti

Interview with Blef, Italian graffiti legend.

Hip Hop August Selection

MAV daCloth interview

M.A.V, one of the “DaCloth” crew’s generals

Hip Hop July Selection

“JUST 4 MY NAME” – A photographic storytelling on train bombing

Xp The Marxman interview: From L.A. streets, aiming to be a Sincere Leader

Shuen graffiti writer from writer in action

Shuen: classic graffiti style from Greece

Veyz from Brazil: «Graffiti saved my life»

Best Hip Hop Albums June 2020

Hip Hop June

Graffiti Kings Ceser VCG interview

Ceser interview: «Graffiti Culture is unstoppable»

Mozzy, from Sacramento, gangsta-rap as a way out of the struggle

Aban Deconstructed - A visual biography

“Aban: Deconstructed”, a visual biography of an underground MC.

Fosk: an indelible passion for sprays and graffiti

Throwup Gallery 07

Hip Hop May Selection

Interview with graffiti mexican graffiti writer Khosmik

Interview with Mexican Graffiti Writer Khosmik

38 Spesh, reclaiming the streets.

Erics interview: Graffiti and Hip-Hop? «Style, Respect and Knowledge»

20 Years Ago “The Platform”, Dilated Peoples’ debut album, was released.

Young Dolph, from nothing to an independent empire

Oyoshe & Dope One: Napoli is Hip Hop

Hip Hop April Selection

An interview with Silla. “I make intelligent rap, not intellectual rap”

In loving memory of Ebow Graham “Metropolis” & Foreign Beggars.

Orghone interview: «in graffiti longevity is what matters most»

Tuff Kong Rec. and overseas collabos. An interview with Cuns.

Graffiti according to Twone

Vacca nuovo album Bad Reputation

Vacca, “the Don“ is back with the new LP Bad Reputation.

RZA vs Dj Premier: Hip-Hop wins again

Intervista Max il Nano

The hunger of Max il Nano. The interview.

Intervista al writer di Gran Canaria Saker

Graffiti as a way of life. An interview with Saker

“Crash Kid Graffiti Archive” book out now

Primo Profit hip hop monthly reviews

Hip Hop March Selection

Comparing graffiti and calligraphy. An interview with Smake.

The legacy of Nipsey Hussle (R.I.P)

Graffiti according to Ysar: “Friendship and mentality”.

boldy james detoit rap

Raw and Cold, Boldy James’ Street Rap

Kraco: wildstyle letters from France

A river of bars flowing out of Rome Nomentano. An interview with Lord Madness.

Che Noir, the future is female

Hip Hop Selection – February

Fine primo tempo - La svolta di Egreen

“Fine primo tempo”, Egreen’s unexpected u-turn

Megan Thee Stallion unstoppable talent

Megan Thee Stallion’s unstoppable talent.

Skase’s basic requirements: a clean and dynamic stroke.

Aban al microfono - underground street rap Lecce

The definition of street rap. An interview with Aban.

Roc Marciano, godfather of the underground

Mr Acker - Writer di palermo in azione

Mr. Acker, love for writing between joy and pain

Big Kahuna OG & Monday Night - Thug Tear Album Cover

Hip Hop Selection – January

Rabbia e desiderio di riscatto,la voce di Speranza

Speranza: between anger and desire of redemption

Luispak, the «Street Surrealist»

Larry June’s “organic” rap