Nadine Graham is a freelance music writer based in Atlanta, Georgia. When she isn't blasting hip-hop or talking to rappers she can be found writing about it all for Townsquare Media. Find her at @MadFreshDaily on Twitter, indulging in random conversations.
Mike Jones Talks Paul Wall ‘Misunderstanding,’ Weight Loss & New Album [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]
A decade ago, Houston rapper Mike Jones struck gold -- better yet, platinum, multiple times -- when he dropped his first single ‘Still Tippin’’ from his debut album, ‘Who Is Mike Jones?’ The track was released through Swishahouse Records and featured Slim Thug and Paul Wall, who also had strong ties with the H-Town rap mainstay. But for every big win, sometimes there’s an even more substantial loss.
Rich Homie Quan Debuts Clothing Line in Atlanta, Performs With Young Thug [EXCLUSIVE]
On Tuesday evening (Aug. 26), Rich Homie Quan came home to Atlanta to launch his Rich clothing line at Lenox Square's boutique Pure.
Marsha Ambrosius Says ‘Friends & Lovers’ Album Will Encourage ‘Doing It’ [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]
Marsha Ambrosius opens up about her forthcoming album, 'Friends & Lovers.'
Questlove Admits to Being ‘Out of His Mind’ at 2014 Essence Music Festival [EXCLUSIVE]
People say that the most magnificent geniuses are completely insane. The adage may be true as Questlove revealed that he definitely feels as if he has a screw loose while performing.
Mary J. Blige Shares Her Drama-Free World at 2014 Essence Music Festival [EXCLUSIVE]
Mary J. Blige delivers a drama-free set at the 2014 Essence Music Festival.
Young Thug Talks Drugs, New Collabs & Young Money/ Cash Money [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]
Young Thug’s story is a complicated one. The Atlanta rapper is no newcomer to the industry, having been at work in the studio long before the success of ‘Stoner.’ In fact when this writer suggested 2011 as his first year, Thug quickly responded in his signature murmur, “Nah, before that, when you noticed was probably in 2011...
Top 10 Legendary R&B Singers
The term "legend" is so misused in today's music industry. One great album does not a legend make. No. Not when there are singers like Aretha Franklin and the Isley Brothers still performing onstage at sold-out venues.
President Obama Brings DJ Khaled, Jay-Z to ‘Nerd Prom’
President Obama is getting to be more and more comfortable with his side position as the Capitol's rap ambassador.
Curren$y Talks Fan Appreciation, Returning Home to New Orleans and His Photography Skills
Curren$y possesses a certain confidence unseen in many rappers who tend to reek of mediocrity, veiling low self-esteem with extra jewels and dubbed out buggies.
Lil Wayne, Trick Daddy Get Scrappy at Miami Strip Club
There's no way that Lil Wayne could have thought Miami OGs, like Trick Daddy, would let his recent disrespect for the city fly.
John Legend Debuts Trailer for Rick Ross-Assisted ‘Who Do We Think We Are’
John Legend and Rick Ross know how to cash in on their chemistry with every collaborative effort between them.
The-Dream Reveals ‘IV Play’ Features
If 'IV Play' indeed proves to be The-Dream's last commercial album, he's ending this chapter of his career with a bang.