2021 is presenting better days for De La Soul. The legendary group’s catalog will soon be available on digital streaming platforms. The Long Island, New York trio have delivered some news to their fans that they have waited on for too long. After decades of making pennies on the dollar from their albums they finally […]

Rachael Ray‘s Feedback Party will celebrate it’s 10th anniversary at SXSW in Austin, TX. De La Soul, Action Bronson, and many more artists will perform across the three stages at Stubb’s BBQ on March 18. The six-hour event includes FREE admission to live music and tons of free food. This year’s menu includes “Tater Tot […]

The music listening public first got a taste of the collaborative chemistry between De La Soul and the late James “J-Dilla” Yancey in 1996 for…

On March 3, 1989, Hip-Hop would be forever carved out a niche thanks to the eclecticism, uniqueness and flavor De La Soul initiated with their debut album 3 Feet High and Rising. The album would go on to become a benchmark for Hip-Hop artists differentiating their albums similar to other genres of highly respected music. From […]

It’s been 25 years since the pioneering Hip-Hop trio De La Soul impacted the world with the seminal debut album “3 Feet High and Rising.”…

Despite being the poster child for longevity in hip-hop, LL Cool J always has and probably always will be considered an underdog. After churning out…


The Kings of the Mic Tour LL Cool J, Ice Cube, Public Enemy and Da La Soul Wednesday, July 3, 2013 at the Bayou Music Center  There will be a discount on select number of tickets for only $33.00 each, while supplies last. Click HERE and enter password “979box” $33.00 ticket special available only on […]


Pos of De La Soul speaks with HipHopSite.Com and touches upon De La’s next LP, which may be called You’re Welcome, as well as other projects in the mix. They also speak on the fate of Art Official Intelligence Part 3, as Pos pretty much puts the nail in the coffin for the long overdue project. As previously reported, Pos […]


De La Soul‘s landmark 3 Feet High And Rising and Al Green‘s soul classic Let’s Stay Together albums have been chosen for the Library Of Congress’ 2010 National Recording Registry.  The albums were among 25 total recordings chosen.


De La Soul are planning to release the third installment in their Art Official Intelligence series this year, according to the group’s DJ, Maseo.  The first installment was released in 1999.