For a while now, there have been whispers of an official "Water (Remix)" by Lil Bibby. With the young lyricist's Free Crack II mixtape due to impact later today (August 29), he returns with a reworked version of the Black Metaphor-produced
It was Gucci Mane who discovered Young Thug long before he was blazing the charts. Because of that and some contractual obligations, the 1017 Brick Squad founder debuts his protege's new project 1017 Thug 3: The Finale.
While it's encouraged to purchase the
Following his thought-provoking op-ed on Ferguson and his appearance on CNN, Killer Mike joined Lisa Kennedy Montgomery on Fox News to further discuss the aftermath of the police killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
In his sit-down, the ATLien revealed his
What do you do when you're Bobby Shmurda and just about everybody has already jumped on your hot single's instrumental. You drop a remix right on time for Labor Day weekend and the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn; the
Bobby Shmurda better use part of of his what's rumored to be a nearly $1 million record deal to pay for his criminal defense lawyer. Reportedly, the "H0t Ni**a" rapper was popped for gun possession in Brownsville in early June.
It turns out
The Snowman may have just ducked a major snag in his album promotion plans. Jeezy and the five men he was arrested with have pled not guilty to gun possession.
The "Mr. 17.5" rapper has reportedly posted bail, but is due
Very few new artists possess a polished and mature aura directly out the gate. California crooner Khalil has getting groomed extensively behind the scenes and he's a naturally gifted R&B prodigy. And his official debut offering to the music world,
For the latest issue of CR Fashion Book, legendary stylist and editor Carine Roitfeld placed Beyoncé on the cover of Issue 5, marking their first-ever collaboration.
"The Greatest Living Entertainer" is clad in everything from Comme des Garçons to Prada to
Lupe Fiasco had one "Mission" on his Testuo & Youth that's dedicated to cancer awareness and those battling the disease. Today, he reiterates the same message on a proper remix titled "Remission."
Fiasco enlisted fellow Chicagoans, Common and Jennifer Hudson, for assistance on
Ah, politics. It is only during election years when Americans show fevered interest in current events and the rousing speeches of the candidates. Anytime outside of that window is simply "blah blah" and strictly visual.
At least, that was President Obama's