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With its incredibly wide-scope and commitment to realness, Draze’s latest is a 2017 highlight.
Even though “Moonshine” ranges stylistically, Téron Bell’s lyricism holds it all together.
Looking back on the life of one of Seattle hip-hop’s most vital mentors.
Beyond his own artistry and mentorship, Moore was also one of the architects of the hip-hop scene we know today.
The stark, animated video from local artist Annisa Amalia finds power in simplicity.
Rob Castro’s new YouTube channel wants to showcase local artists in their natural element.
One of Tacoma hip-hop’s most talented is calling it a day for rap.
Responsible for crafting the Seattle hip-hop sound in the ’90s, the duo is ending its hiatus.
The U District boutique is closing with a blowout music fest before reopening in the ID in spring.
At 20, he’s one of the town’s promising crop of young trap-rappers.
The local hip-hop artist’s new record is a confident stride towards an ascendant selfhood.
Proceeds from Sol’s upcoming show will go toward rebuilding 10 Haitian schools lost in the storm.
The Tacoma rapper’s latest makes a case for the PNW’s inclusion in the West Coast rap canon.
At their joint album-release party, sample a distinctive but broadening regional sound.
The downcast ambient hip-hop record finds the artist wrestling with the sins of the father.
“We Call it Murder,” speaks to the psychological damage images of brutality are having on children.
The Tacoma artist’s ‘Cage W/Mirrored Bars’ EP attempts to innovate, but lands in a noisy jumble.
The former THEESatisfaction frontwoman plans on keeping the show chill and focusing on the jams.
Seattle Weekly’s 2009 ‘Best MC of the Year’ returns with a sobering new track.
‘Disco Christ’ is a raw, emotional, uncategorizable work of self-exploration.