In our upcoming special Winter/Spring double issue One More Robot's team will be focusing on nineties hip-hop culture, art, lifestyle and music. Here's a glimpse into just some of the pieces we have prepared.
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Charlie Braxton examines the life, death and legacy of the most famous voice in the history of hip-hop, Tupac Shakur.
Michael A. Gonzales speaks to Faith Evans on her role in the Bad Boy Records family and marriage to The Notorious BIG.
André LeRoy Davis, the man once dubbed ‘Hip-Hop’s Official Cartoonist’, talks us through some of his favourite work from his time with The Source magazine.
We inspect the nineties output of a teenage Lil Wayne and his group The Hot Boyz.
Exploring the interplay between R&B and hip-hop in the nineties, under the working theory that the increasing inclusion of
R&B-style rhythms and hooks made an impact on the expression of love/sex/relationship in
hip-hop music during the decade.
While NWA disbanded in 1991, their influence over nineties West Coast hip-hop was vast. We look at a variety work and sounds that came on the back of the group's success, from the solo efforts of Eazy-E through to artists like Mack 10 and King Tee.
Jonathan Bogart discusses the oft-dismissed influence of MC Hammer and the flood of pop-rap chart toppers that were released on the back of his success.
And there's a few words on the late, great Heavy D.