DJ in Chief
The former president's 2017 playlist includes not one, but two Houston artists.
When it comes to hip-hop in Houston, real recognize real.
Phife Dawg's biggest fan talks about her influences ahead of a Saturday show.
The hip-hop kingmakers have chosen one of Clutch City's very own.
Along with former rap partner Bun B, Rice professor Anthony Pinn is preserving Pimp C's work for future generations to study.
A handful of Houston promoters continue to push one of hip-hop's oldest art forms.
A farewell to the format-upending radio station that changed Houston—and the nation—in its two short years on the air.
Despite initial raves, the classic hip-hop radio format Houston pioneered had short success.
With Blushhh Music now making the airwaves, Mathew Knowles wonders if destiny can strike twice.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
Fort Bend Theatre plays The Jungle Book Kids, hip-hop group Salt-N-Pepa at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston Ballet Academy presents spring showcase, San Jacinto Day Festival and Francofonia at MFAH.
SonKiss'd mixes hip-hop with rock climbing in adrenaline–fueled performance, Moving Mountains.
The pioneering Houston rappers embark on a new tour, coming to House of Blues this month.
Featuring Talib Kweli, John Biggers and the Dance Salad Festival
Local Christian dance troupe pushes boundaries of the medium.
Out and About
Thousands turn out to celebrate Houston's native car culture.
Hustle Town Hard Times
And here are the details.
After years of practice, a local musician learns to let go.
That Other Level
The Geto Boys and Public Enemy together, 25 years ago, and other photos from the archive of former GBs DJ Ready Red.
John Nova Lomax
This month, two tours offer a crash course in the evolution of hip-hop.