Paul Iannacchino, former rapper turned filmmaker, just finished production on his indie documentary, Adult Rappers. The film will feature some of hip-hop’s lesser-known artists discussing life after hip hop, and how much of the time an artist has to be a hyphenate in order to hold on to their dream. Checkout trailer below:
Sharon Carpenter of Global Grind caught up with Dame at his art gallery space to talk about his new businesses ventures and more.
You can check out the 25 nominees below, and stay tuned to GWOP as we’ll keep you updated with their numbers 10-6 next week and the remaining 5 on February 19th at 10:30pm on MTV2. We may even drop our top 10 GWOP MC list so stay tuned….
Hip Hop has been a predominately African American genre over the years, with popular artists from back in the day such as the Beastie Boys, 3rd Bass, Mark Walberg and Vanilla Ice holding it down as the voice for the minority race of caucasions in Hip Hop/Rap music. In 2011, Hip Hop has a new face with no color barriers, the top selling rappers in todays society are predominately caucasion. Checkout the list of Top White Rappers in 2011 put together by the staff at GWOP Magazine after the jump.