Megan Thee Stallion literally had to fight her label's boss Carl Crawford and legendary hood figure J. Prince to get to this moment, but now she can celebrate because her debut album Suga is here.
J. Cole already has the adoration of devoted fans that support everything he drops, and it was proven once more after the release of his latest project. With his fifth studio album KOD available across all platforms, the project broke Apple Music’s first-day streaming record and did the same over at Spotify as well.
More details are emerging about the arrest of Young Jeezy and members of his entourage after an assault rifle was found on the Atlanta rapper’s tour bus. Reportedly, the Def Jam artist and five other people have been accused of packing an AK-47.
Young Money released their second compilation album, Rise of an Empire, yesterday (March 11). But if you prefer to test drive the whip before you buy it off of the lot, here’s the full album stream.
After nearly a year’s worth of delays, it’s safe to say that it’s been a long time coming for Rick Ross’ Mastermind LP. The rapper’s sixth studio release hits stores March 4, but before then, fans can stream it guilt free via iTunes.
Last week, Step Brothers — comprised of West Coast MC Evidence and well known producer/rapper Alchemist — dropped a comedic, but albeit lyrical heater called “Mums In The Garage,” featuring Action Bronson. But that was only a sign of things to come, as the duo are streaming their Lord Steppington album in its entirety via Complex Magazine.
We’re in an age where major label backing (or a lack thereof) can have no bearing on how well a project is put together. And this just happens to be the case on Color Blind, the latest album by DIEMON affiliate Russ.
At this point, who knows how much unreleased material Gucci Mane has sitting in the tuck. Fans know the Bricksquad rapper is usually good for a project on October 17, but this year’s comes a day late.
Things were looking shaky for Young Dro for a while (his debut, Best Thang Smokin’, dropped way back in 2006), but the Atlanta rapper has gotten his career back on track. Polo Dro is dropping a new album, High Times, next week, but you can get a guilt-free and legal listen right now.