Killer Mike

“Killer Mike” Proclamation Day in Atlanta The Atlanta city council honored Killer Mike for his civic activism and voter registration efforts by proclaiming July 17 ” Killer Mike Day” in Atlanta.     Activist want Dekalb police officer fired for beating a homeless woman Activist is demanding that the Dekalb police officer seen in a […]

Rapper Killer Mike sparked a major controversy after quoting Jane Elliott, an anti-racism activist and feminist who said, "A uterus doesn't qualify you to be president of the United States. You have to have policy that's reflective of social justice."

President Obama was able to mobilize youth voters of color in unprecedented numbers through hip-hop and other venues. Can the 2016 presidential candidates do the same?

Stephen A. Smith’s comments on the Black Lives Matter movement rattled many on Twitter, including hip-hop artists and activists Killer Mike and Talib Kweli.  The drama…

With a resumé that includes trunk-rattling raps and repelling f**kboys, Killer Mike has finally decided to make the jump to public office. Killer Mike will be…

Killer Mike turns 40 today, and, as we can imagine he has been for years, he gets to celebrate 4/20 doubly because of the occasion. It’s…

Following up on a bigger-than-ever 2014, Killer Mike and El-P as Run The Jewels have been tapped as an opening act for rocker Jack White at…

After a St. Louis County grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson, a Ferguson, Mo., police officer, in the murder of unarmed teen Michael Brown last night, the…

If you missed VH1’s excellent documentary, ATL: The Untold Story of Atlanta’s Rise In The Rap Game, you can watch it right here! The documentary, which was executive produced by Ludacris, takes an in depth look into how ATL became such a major player in the rap game. The program includes interview with Ludacris, T.I., […]

“We are human beings. We deserve to be buried by our children not the other way around. No matter how u felt about black people…

Given that the modern Rap game tends to overlook those that put real effort into their wordplay and lyrical content in favor of those that…