The 50 Greatest NYC hip-hop artists: Guest list
You've seen the list, now hear what Big Daddy Kane, De La Soul, Peter Rosenberg and more have to say.
Wed Mar 20 2013
Chief content officer of Complex Media, overseeing Complex, Four-Pins, First We Feast, SneakerReport, Pigeons and Planes, and Do Androids Dance?
“I mean, it may sound generic or obvious, but there’s only one No. 1: Notorious B.I.G. Biggie was the total package: incredible voice, infectious rhythms in his flow, clever lyrics, a sense of humor, a 360-degree vision of his projects’ scope, impeccable beat selection and (probably in part thanks to Puff) the ability to inject juuuuuust enough pop to make his otherwise gangster rap palatable to mainstream sensibilities. It’s un-believe-abllllle.”