There are many artists who have developed .HipHop domains, and this post highlights four of them, including a linked screenshot of their homepage, as well as a video showcasing a sample of their music.
Formerly at E-S-S-A.com, which now forwards to the un-hyphenated Essa.HipHop domain.
“One of the UK’s most intelligent rappers“, according to THE INDEPENDENT. An interesting mix of attorney by day, and rapper by night.
“It’s not your typical rap sheet. Born in a leafy North London suburb, educated at England’s most prestigious boarding school and qualified as a city lawyer. But somewhere along the way, Essa became a key figure in what many call the “golden era” of UK hip-hop.”
“Thee Phantom is an MC/Producer, who combines the raw energy and passion of Hip-Hop with the beautiful, sweeping, sounds of live orchestrations. In 2002, he became the first Hip-Hop artist to perform at Philadelphia’s prestigious Kimmel Center with musical accompaniment from members of the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. In 2015, Phantom will take his own 25 piece, Illharmonic Orchestra to Carnegie Hall.”
A video is embedded below the screenshot.
Based in Santiago, Chile, “Rapping and creating beats since 1997”. It’s a Spanish-language site at the link below, as well as the video.
“With a flow as unique as his message, Shopé seeks to bring the “uncompromising truth of God in the language of the culture”. Formerly known as Spoken, the Role Model Records frontman, recently dropped the moniker in favour of his real name, as a representation of what he calls “a natural evolution in my growth not simply as an artist, but as a man.””