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Thank You For Everything, Mac Miller.

The truth is, I’ve never taken the loss of any celebrity especially hard. When I heard the news of the untimely passing of Mac Miller, […]

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Jermaine Dupri – Life in 1472 (Original Soundtrack) [Throwback Thursday]

So for the first installment of No ID’s new series, Throwback Thursday, we’re giving you an album we’re almost positive you’ve never picked up. I […]

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Ladies Night: How The Term “Female Rapper” is Hurting Hip-Hop

Every other summer Saturday in Manhattan’s Union Square, there’s a rap cypher. It starts friendly enough but usually morphs into a battle by the end […]

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No ID’s Favorite Albums of 2018 (Detroit Edition)

Being a site that spotlights good Detroit music, it would be a travesty to not highlight some of the best projects this year. There have […]

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It’s Just Rap Music Pt. I: She’s Miss King (Kong)

As of recent, Nicki Minaj’s actions and lackluster musical performance have resulted in her slipping from her throne as Hip-hop’s Empress. As a result, this […]

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The Sound Of Muzik: What T.I.’s “Trap Muzik” Means 15 Years Later

Despite being his second album, T.I.’s Trap Muzik launch a sub-genre of rap that has reached incredible heights. With the likes of Future, Migos, and a […]

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No ID’s Top 15 Verses Of All Time

After turning 45 this past weekend, many feel as though hip-hop has hit its midlife crisis. Golden Age purist think the genre has replaced its […]

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No ID’S Favorite Albums of The Year (So far)

As far as music goes, this year has been an incredible one. Kanye West locked G.O.O.D. Music in Wyoming and churned out a number of […]

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Mobb Ties: “Kill Shit,” “Shook Ones, Pt. II,” And What It Means To Be Infamous

With my mom working 12-hour shifts virtually my whole life, the rare weekends she had off were strictly for rest. Left to my own devices, […]

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Me, Myself, And I: A Review Of Maxo Kream’s Debut Album, “Punken”

From Scarface to Chad Butler, Houston and the surrounding “Third Coast” have been home to some of the most influential names in hip-hop. Yet, despite this, […]

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