Article about how Allhiphop became inundated with debt and out of control costs because of poorly planned parties. The challenge here, and for so many other heads in the industry, is where to draw the line between the hip-hop party and the hip-hop business. Finding that balance is not easy. Some cats just concentrate on the party side of the universe, they stay all about the music, and don’t have a practical approach to recouping. Others worry so much about recouping that they forget it’s not only a business, it’s not just about selling pop records, but creating meaningful work. Although I can’t say I’m 100% behind their recent reformatting, props to these dudes for working towards that balance. They always managed to incorporate authentic and underrepresented artists on their site. Link (good looks Clyde)