Wikipedia:WikiProject Hip hop/To-do list
- See also: Current Collaborations
Please note that requests sometimes might be denied due to lack of importance of the subject:
- please check to see if a request has already been made: List of requested Hip hop articles
- 2010s in music hip hop section needs help.
- Help find references for artist/group articles that currently have none. See -->Wikipedia:WikiProject Hip hop/Unreferenced BLPs
- The hip hop articles that go by country: a lot of them are completely unreferenced and in dire need of cleanup, such as Haitian hip hop and Mexican hip hop.
- American hip hop start-up.
- Atlanta hip hop needs to be fixed up.
- Southern hip-hop is all fucked up. This probably needs to be a priority.
- All the G-Unit Mixtapes (see G-Unit discography)
- Kosovar hip hop, could be interesting to write as its a very heated area with many cultures making hip hop.
- European hip hop needs a LOT of work, anyone with knowledge in this area should help (see discussion).
- Davy DMX's page needs a lot of work.
- Underground hip hop: as a subgenre/musical scene of hip hop that is separate from alternative hip hop see Talk:Alternative hip hop
- Obese Records - one of Australia's highest profile hip hop labels (based in Melbourne.
- Elefant Traks - an Australian hip hop record label based in Sydney.
- Basement Records — One of the largest underground hip hop labels. Living Legends, Pigeon John, Aceyalone, Abstract Rude, etc.
Artists & groups
- SOB x RBE- group that featured in Black Panther soundtrack and is just getting big. should be kinda easy.
- Eric B. - American DJ and a member of legendary rap group Eric B. & Rakim. Released 1 self-titled solo album in 1995 and currently works in television.
- The Herd - Australian hip hop crew from Sydney, signed to Elefant Traks.
- Downsyde - Australian hip hop group from Perth, Western Australia, signed to Obese Records
- Hyjak N Torcha - Australian hip hop artists, signed to Obese Records
- Funkoars - Australian hip hop act from Adelaide, signed to Obese Records.
- 4th Avenue Jones — hip hop crew including Ahmad, who wrote the hit single, 1994's "Back in the Day". Crew is still active and signed to Gotee Records. Currently redirects to Ahmad's article.
- Grayskul — Onry Ozzborn and JFK from Oldominion, signed to Rhymesayers.
- Josh Martinez — Well-known Canadian hip hop artist. Has toured Canada, USA, and Asia. Article exists but needs expanding.
- Mac Lethal — 2002 Scribble Jam champion. Recently signed to Rhymesayers.
- Mr. Dibbs — Tour DJ for Atmosphere. Signed to Rhymesayers. Founder of Scribble Jam.
- Mazaradi Fox (currently protected) new member on G-Unit Records
- Oldominion — West coast hip hop collective from Seattle/Portland. Members include Sleep and Rhymesayers artists Grayskul and Boom Bap Project.
- Procussions — West coast hip hop group, signed to Rawkus Records, home of Talib Kweli and Mos Def. Passes Google search test with flying colours.
- Skratch Bastid — Halifax hip hop DJ, two-time Scribble Jam champion. Second-place in the 2003 Canadian DMC Battle. Part of 1200 Hobos crew with Mr. Dibbs, Sixtoo, Buck 65. Bastid Bio
- Category:East Coast hip hop albums - Possible candidate for Featured List (see List of grunge music albums)
- Most albums by Schoolly D ().
- Timeline for East Coast hip hop,Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Jay-Z, and Timbaland
- The three Kool G Rap albums without articles as well as his four compilation albums.
- All singles by Redman in order to improve the links on his template
- Albums by Prince Paul, Planet Asia, MURS, Mad Skillz, Jungle Brothers, Aceyalone and Tragedy Khadafi
- All five Bushwick Bill solo albums
Below are some essential articles which are stubs:
- Abstract hip hop
- Above the Law (group)
- "Big Poppa"
- "Can I Kick It?"
- "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down"
- "Check the Rhime"
- Diamond D
- Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood
- Group Home
- "Hate Me Now"
- Just Blaze
- "Keep Ya Head Up"
- Large Professor
- Main Source
- Mic Geronimo
- Murda Muzik
- Terminator X
- The Bomb Squad
The information on this pages is out-dated:
- update/expand various 2Pac singles and albums. classic Pac cuts that deserve more than a stub.
- update No Limit Records-related pages
- Update Kool Moe Dee's page to Wikipedia's standards.
- Serbian and Montenegrin hip hop- we need to decide what to do now that they're separate countries. Separate articles?
The information on this pages is in need of neutral point of view
The information on this pages is in need of minor edits such as tone, grammar and spelling:
The information on these pages lacks references to published sources:
- Percee P
- The Cold Crush Brothers
- Afrika Bambaataa
- Large Professor
- Eric B.
- Clark Kent
- 7L & Esoteric
- 3rd Bass
- Cypress Hill
The layout on this pages is in need of improvement:
This pages are in need of sources and/or references:
These non-Stubs pages are in need of expansion:
- Eric B. & Rakim
- Beef 3 (Hip Hop beef documentary)
- East Coast hip hop
- The Wu-Tang Clan
Users are currently in a dispute over these pages:
Merges, Moves and Disambiguation
The following pages need to be merged, moved, or disambiguated
The following categories should be populated with articles:
- Category:Female hip hop groups
- Category:Hip hop production (a lot of hip hop production articles can be found in Category:DJing)
- Category:Hispanic American rappers
The following categories are currently under discussion for deletion, renaming, or merging:
The following sound samples have been requested:
- Wu-Tang Clan songs
The following images have been requested: