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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (Photo Travis Shinn / provided)

How Bone Thugs-N-Harmony beat the odds and changed the future of rap music

How Bone Thugs-N-Harmony beat the odds and changed the future of rap music

The Ohio-based rap quintet plays Jan. 7 at Tower Theatre.

Matisyahu center with his band (Photo Nechama Leitner/Provided)

A redefined Matisyahu makes a tour stop with Common Kings Nov. 1 at The Jones Assembly

Matisyahu is known for 2000s rap-influenced reggae and dancehall hits like 2004’s “King Without a Crown” and 2009’s “One Day.”


Cover Story: Oklahoma Contemporary brings street art indoors with Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Contemporary will host an opening night reception Oct. 5 and a hip-hop jam Nov. 4.


A very lanky and pale Liam Neeson (The Grey) portrays Peyton Westlake, a scientist working on creating synthetic skin, but can’t get it to last beyond 99 minutes. When his girlfriend (Moonrise Kingdom‘s Frances McDormand, who appears in a brand-new interview on the disc) stumbles onto a secret memo she shouldn’t have, corporate goons destroy

A$AP Rocky — Long.Live.A$AP.

There has been a lot of buzz surrounding the freshman disc, especially since it leaked over a month ago. After just one listen, it becomes clear that Rocky has put together something special.   Like Rocky’s popular mixtape, the similarly titled Live.Love.A$AP, this album features a collection of songs about everything from poverty and violence

Doobie-ous drake

The proprietor of Bricktown’s Dollhouse Lounge and Burlesque, however, might question Drake’s level of care or integrity these days. After his Feb. 28 show in Oklahoma City, the singer and his entourage had a VIP party at Dollhouse. According to TMZ, Dollhouse employees reported the smell of pot coming from the VIP section. Police were

Drake — Take Care

My feelings about this are complicated, although I found the record to be a languorous epic that rewarded dividends upon repeat listens. It’s certainly a winsome, good album — probably even a great one — but for reasons ascribed to Aubrey Drake Graham’s sense as a producer more so than his voice or rapping. The

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