"Wow, he’s probably going to employ two hundred to two hundred and fifty people."
Killer Mike: "We always really were just about making nasty rap records, man."
We spoke with Killer Mike in 2008, a week before the release of his third studio album, 'I Pledge Allegiance to the Grind II.'
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No Run The Jewels included.
The “Zeppelin Effect” doesn’t always hold true when it comes to rap groups.
"If I want to be a solo artist, [I’ll] just rap in the shower by myself."
There’s nothing quite like watching two masters of their craft chop it up.
"I love my job so, for me, I never ever in my life have to return to anything criminal."
These artists commandeered entire songs the same way Drake seizes swagger.
In the words of Killer Mike himself: do dope, fuck hope.
Please hip-hop Gods, let an album happen.
One of the most exciting musical duos in recent memory is looking for a 3-peat with their upcoming album.
The two have collaborated multiple times, but never on a full project. This is huge.
Hip-hop as a culture is in desperate need of leadership, and Killer Mike is taking on the role of "The Teacha."
Killer Mike says the best duo in rap are working on what will (hopefully) be one of the best rap albums of 2016.
In 2016, even superstars like Beyoncé and Drake know that the real money is in releasing free music.
Obama is the only president I've really known as an adult, choosing who gets my vote next will mean turning to hip-hop.