Nadine Graham is a freelance music writer based in Atlanta, Georgia. When she isn't blasting hip-hop or talking to rappers she can be found writing about it all for Townsquare Media. Find her at @MadFreshDaily on Twitter, indulging in random conversations.
25 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About August Alsina
He's definitely not one to be played with, but even with all of his honesty, there's still more to learn (and love) about the crooner. Check out 25 Facts You Probably Didn't Know About August Alsina.
Young Thug Talks Drugs, New Collabs & Young Money/ Cash Money [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]
Young Thug’s story is a complicated one. The Atlanta rapper is no newcomer to the industry, having been at work in the studio long before the success of ‘Stoner.’ In fact when this writer suggested 2011 as his first year, Thug quickly responded in his signature murmur, “Nah, before that, when you noticed was probably in 2011...
Young Scooter Talks ‘Street Lottery 2,’ Recording With Cam’ron [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]
Young Scooter isn't letting a recent incarceration get the best of him. Three months after being released from DeKalb County jail in metro Atlanta, the ‘Colombia’ creator has already dropped the second installment of his ‘Street Lottery’ series and the first single, ‘Loyalty,’ is growing legs. The Boombox was on set for the filming of the video, which was in a modest ranch home in Atlanta's north
Rich Homie Quan Says ‘No More’ Mixtapes, Talks New LP & Collab Wish List [Exclusive Interview]
Th Boombox sits down with Richie Homie Quan to get details on his new mixtape, upcoming album, his collaboration wish list and more.
10 Things Hip-Hop Can’t Live Without
Hip-hop has grown beyond what it was at its core in the 1970s. These days, the genre is a multi-million dollar empire. It's a multi-faceted industry full of rappers from all walks of life: from the "nerd rap" of folks like Kansas' XV to the super commercialized song-rap of Atlanta's Future...
Pharrell Williams’ Style Evolution [Photos]
Pharrell Williams has been following his own lead since premiering as half of the Neptunes in the late 1990s, but it wasn't until the new millennium hit that the Virginia native truly showcased his sense of style. The producer-artist has not only set trends in music but in fashion as well, switching between skater wears to Dapper Dan outfits effortlessly...
Top 10 Legendary R&B Singers
The term "legend" is so misused in today's music industry. One great album does not a legend make. No. Not when there are singers like Aretha Franklin and the Isley Brothers still performing onstage at sold-out venues.
Travi$ Scott Previews ‘Owl Pharaoh’ Project, Talks Father’s Unsupportive Behavior & Riff Raff’s Popularity
Travi$ Scott records in the dark. Makes plenty of sense if you think about it.
Master P’s Reaction to a Surprise Flash Mob Is Priceless
Master P isn't one for birthday surprises it seems.
Trinidad James Speaks on Phenomenal Success, Responds to Naysayers
Seven months ago in Atlanta, Trinidad James debuted his 'All Gold Everything' video inside a small theater only three quarters full. Days later, the newcomer made his rounds at New York's CMJ Music Festival and two months after that, Trey Songz brought James to the Madison Square Garden stage...
Curren$y Talks Fan Appreciation, Returning Home to New Orleans and His Photography Skills
Curren$y possesses a certain confidence unseen in many rappers who tend to reek of mediocrity, veiling low self-esteem with extra jewels and dubbed out buggies.
Chief Keef Recording With Kanye West in Paris
Fresh out of the bing, Chicago rapper Chief Keef has rejoined forces with the man he said did nothing for his career with the revamping of the teenager's 2012 smash 'I Don't Like.'