Head of the MMH Music Department and all-around rap sage Lito Henderson details why YB is in fact better while discussing YoungBoy’s latest offering; The Last Slimeto.
Carl Henderson II, also known as Lito the Gawd, is a multifaceted rap-writer. Carl is born and raised in New Orleans, LA. The city molded Carl’s writing style which is very conversational. Basketball is Carl’s passion, music is his first love. They are the reason he is alive and he cannot exist without either. Carl loves to spend time with wife and is a devoted dog father to his spoiled kids.
MMH resident rap provocateur Lito switches gears to leave his comfort zone and does a break of Lizzo’s new album Special.
MMH resident rap Maharishi, Lito Henderson, finally gets to talk about his love for all things Lupe Fiasco as we discuss Lu’s latest offering, Drill Music In Zion.
MMH resident rap raconteur Lito Henderson recounts The Game putting the West Coast on his back, explaining his affinity for Game’s catalog while looking forward to hearing his recent offering: Drillmatic.
Eric Oberstein is a multiple Grammy-winning producer and the Managing Director of Harlem Stage. Eric joins Lito Henderson to discuss Latin Jazz, Duke basketball, and what drives his creativity.
MMH Coke Rap enthusiast Lito welcomes you to a world of snow where one rapper reigns supreme against an overabundance of crown seekers.
Andrew Ousley, founder of the critically-acclaimed series Death of Classical, joins Lito Henderson for a candid conversation about hosting concerts in catacombs, how classical music can ‘never die’, classical and hip-hop top 5s, and the Burger Club.
MMH music correspondent Lito does his best to bring his thoughts and feelings into words after watching Jeen-Yuhs. The Kanye West documentary was filmed and directed by Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah.
Mash that Bat-Signal and slap on some spandex–it’s time for a Batdraft.
Before the close of Black History Month, three MMH writers present a handful of highlights by Black creators and athletes from the past calendar year.
Our resident rap sponge, Lito, pens a few poignant phrases about the brilliant career of Nasir Jones (Nas) past, present, and future. We also preview Nas and Hit-Boy’s latest album Magic.
MMH music consigliere, Lito, is back with a review of Rick Ross’ 11th Studio album Richer Than I Ever Been.