It’s been a long time coming, but Domo Genesis will finally release his debut album Genesis on March 25.

To call producer Baauer a bad man behind the boards is an understatement. Today, he debuts a heater from upcoming album, Aa (pronounced “double a”), titled “Kung Fu.”

Yams Day united a bevy of rap’s most notable rising talent, and one week later, A$AP Rocky provides some more quality vibes via a handful of free releases.

Every festival has its rain year. It’s inevitable, but how the inclement weather affects the day speaks volumes to how the powers that be can acclimate to the unforeseen conditions. Considering that, we’d say that the Trillectro Music Festival in Washington D.C. has a very promising future.

A$AP Rocky drops a new visual, but it may not be what you expect. Teaming with Baauer of “Harlem Shake” fame, “Riot Rave” is an “art video.” 

Just Blaze and Baauer’s “Higher” is an EDM smash, even if it was just a promo. “This record was never intended to be released,” Just Blaze told Hip-Hop Wired. “We made it as a commercial for our tour.” But before the record was officially released, it’s Jay Z sample needed to be cleared, which meant […]

After much hype, Just Blaze and Baauer get around to dropping the video for “Higher,” featuring Jay Z. The Nabil directed visualwas shot in the Kerala region of India because a club scene just wouldn’t give the track its proper due. 

We usually give no f-cks about trailers for Hip-Hop songs (it’s not a damn movie), but there is the occasional exception. In this case it’s Jay Z hopping on the official remix to Baauer and Just Blaze’s “Higher.”

Former Roc-A-Fella allies Just Blaze and Young Guru sat down and gave fans an insider view on some of their past and recent travels in the music industry. Guru led off the interview as the pair discussed working with Jay-Z, the evolution of Electronic Dance Music and lots more. 

Master P clearly isn’t into surprises. The No Limit Records founder and rapper was eating lunch with his son Romeo yesterday when a flash mob popped off in front of their table. It was pretty much downhill from there. 

In just weeks Baauer‘s “Harlem Shake” has become an undeniable viral hit, and now sits atop the Billboard Hot 100. Onlookers have been arguing whether the track is an innovation or a slap in the face to a cultural movement, but Hector “El Father” Delgado and Jayson Musson could care less.

Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” reign just won’t let up, and J. Cole is the latest rapper to join in on the viral dance craze.