The memorable Maskipaps: The Crossover 2018 has gotta be the best Maskipaps there is yet! Missed out? I gotchu! Here's what went down last December 14!
Missed the memorable Maskipaps: The Crossover 2018? BOO! The music fest was a huge success that no one should've missed! More than 14,000 people came to the University of the Philippines Sunken Garden last December 14. It was truly night filled
Aside from sick beats and insane flows, these rappers are killing it with their outfits as well. Check out our best-dressed artists in the OPM rap scene.
Spitting rhymes never looked so good! Check out OPM rap scene's best-dressed artists![media-credit name="FHM Philippines" align="alignnone" width="640"][/media-credit]
[media-credit name="Instagram" align="alignnone" width="600"][/media-credit]Because is a 16-year-old rap artist who's taking over the country's rap community by a storm. The 'Marlboro Black' hitmaker is
Maskipaps: The Crossover 2018 is bringing the after party you all need right after the famous and much-awaited UP Lantern Parade!
Maskipaps: The Crossover 2018 is back stronger than ever as the official after party of the University of the Philippines Diliman’s annual lantern parade happening this December 14, Friday. Being held at the UP Sunken Garden, UP Beta Epsilon Fraternity promises to give everyone a
The current local music scene of today became more and more diverse. With the influx of indie-bands popping-out, electronic producers experimenting with different sounds and of course, local hip-hop with it's new emerging movement that embrace a specific type of sound—Trap Soul. Headlining the movement are artists like Al James along with his label Baryo Berde and the notable Kris Delano and other handful of artists—after
You can literally hear their songs everywhere, from Ex-Battallion’s Hayaan Mo na Sila” to Shanti Dope’s “Nadarang” from your local tricycle and jeepney terminals, wet-markets and other well-populated areas. They surely took the radio by storm. And when I say by storm, I mean BY STORM.
Why Does It Work?
Some say, it’s corny, repetitive, and uninspired, but why do they took the masses by storm? That