Phonte finally drops his debut solo album Charity Starts At Home. Little Brother’s frontman drops the long awaited album September 27th on +FE Music. Check out the track list below. 01. Dance in the Reign 02. The Good Fight 03. Everything Is Falling Down 04. Not Here Anymore 05. Eternally 06. Sendin My Love 07. […]
9th Wonder & Phonte were mostly tight-lipped about their split, but very public about their reconciliation. We got them to open up about why 9th left the group, and what they learned from their time apart.
In the 8 years since Little Brother jumped on the scene, fans have been clamoring for a solo album from one of the group’s emcees, Phonte. In this exclusive TheUrbanDaily interview, Phonte sheds a little light on where he’s at with the project.
On Drake’s “Fear” the rapper/singer/actor went out of his way to shout out “Little Bruh” and “Slum Vill” leaving some to wonder what the connection was.
Phonte and Nicolay of the Foreign Exchange will release their third album, Authenticity, in October of this year.
It’s been two quick years since The Foreign Exchange dropped their sophomore album, Leave It All Behind, and they are preparing to drop their third record, Authenticity, in a couple of months.
In one of the most engaging interviews we’ve seen with Drake, quirky Canadian journalist Nardwuar asked Drizzy about everything from his song with Little Brother, the trunk of bras that he takes with him on tour to movie icon Pam Grier. After gazing at an autographed copy of the soundtrack to Coffee Drake confessed that […]
It’s never easy standing up for anything. Just look at the debacle Talib Kweli has tangled himself in just for recording a song with Gucci Mane. It seems that rappers get labeled as “conscious” depending on what they are against more so than what they are for. In our conversation with Phonte of Little Brother […]
Producer/DJ /lecturer 9th Wonder recently joined a long list of hip-hop producers who have picked up the microphone.
For many fans of Little Brother, “Hiding Place” was one of the shining moments of their critically acclaimed sophomore LP, The Minstrel Show. You had Phonte and Big Pooh teaming up with a lyrical juggernaut like Slum Village’s Elzhi making it one of the most anticipated team-ups since Marvel Vs. Capcom.