Prince is really going the distance with this whole digital music thing at the benefit of Jay Z’s TIDAL.

August Alsina had some personal glitches in his matrix earlier this week when he discovered his second studio album, This Thing Called Life had been leaked, which he subsequently blamed the record label for.

It is hard to remember that Willow Smith is just 15-years-old at times.

This past Friday (December 4) a notable handful of Hip-Hop/R& B album releases hit the market. Unexpectedly amongst the bunch was Jeremih’s Late Nights, an album that has been dangled in fan’s faces for more than a year and half, back when the single “Don’t Tell ‘Em” was smashing all sorts of records.

The entire world need not front like true-school R&B isn’t currently on music’s endangered species list. However, as long as artists such as August Alsina, Bryson Tiller and Rashad continue to keep it traditional without sacrificing the trendy curve, there won’t be a conversation about extinction anytime soon.

Eight years to this very day, Pimp C would go to become a Hip-Hop martyr due to his untimely death at the age of 33. As one of the most trill, outspoken and talented individuals to ever grace the music scene, it truly is no surprise that his legacy his strong as ever even going […]

Ricky Rozay is getting a jumpstart on the year’s holiday celebration with the release of his eighth studio album, Black Market.

Kid Cudi may not be going on tour anytime soon and he may be facing a fade from Lupe Fiasco but he still made good on his promise to release his fifth studio album, Speedin Bullet 2 Heaven.

Problems with the record label aren’t slowing down Waka Flocka Flame’s ability to drop music in some capacity. Which is where the rollout for Flockaveli 1.5 comes in. Powered by his longtime producer Southside, Flockaveli 1.5 serves as the official appetizer until Atlantic Records gives the green light for Flockaveli 2. Stream (and download) Flockaveli […]

E-40 has been Ginsu-sharp all year long; having worked his magic on Big Sean’s “IDFWU” before appearing on Freddie Gibbs’ new album and giving the Golden State Warriors a celebrated anthem to go undefeated to.

Freddie Gibbs is currently firing on all cylinders within the independent circuit and today the world is bearing witness to his blood, sweat and tears with his new album, Shadow of a Doubt.

It’s a remarkable sight to see a rap artist thrive for years on end, solely in the independent circuit.