Run The Jewels have not only bombarded their way into Hip-Hop’s current elite, their imagery has already become a thing of legend in the group’s short tenure of lyrical chaos. The bloody zombie hands gun-pointing to the snatched herringbone necklace has gone on to symbolize rebellion and freedom against the powers that be. In turn, […]
Ludacris took to his Instagram on Monday (Nov. 17) and revealed the artwork from his upcoming Burning Bridges project. The EP serves as a precursor to his long-awaited studio album Ludaversal, due out March 31. Its lead single “Good Lovin'” features Miguel. Burning Bridges hits shelves Dec. 16. — Photo: Joe Perez
Who could get Drake and Chris Brown on a track together? Apparently Nicki Minaj.
It’ll be interesting to see if Future can regain the same attention he had in 2013 as he rolls out his long-delayed Honest LP. The Atlanta rapper put his plans in motion this week when he delivered a visual for “Move That Dope,” and today, he unveils phase two — the artwork for the aforementioned album.
Eminem is back, and not with just some run of the mill album either. November 5, he’ll release The Marshall Mathers LP 2, the sequel too his widely heralded 2000 classic; but before then, he liberates the official artwork.
If you thought Lil Wayne‘s Dedication 5 was all smoke and mirrors, here’s a little something to give the rumored release some legs. Yesterday, the hub for all things relating to the New Orleans native, LWHQ, debuted the mixtape’s official artwork by an artist named Olly.
Justin Timberlake momentarily diverted the attention of Hip-Hop’s talking heads by unveiling the tracklist for his highly anticipated album, The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2).
Hip-Hop saw a list of quality albums summer 2013, and Big Sean hopes to add his name to the fold with his sophomore effort Hall Of Fame, due in stores August 27.