BJ The Chicago Kid
J.I.D. just unleashed his second studio LP DiCaprio 2 to the masses and is now doing promotion to get the word out on what Twitter fans have hailed as a solid contender for album of the year in 2018. The East Atlanta native took his talents to The Tonight Show, rocking the standout track “Skrawberries” […]
Ty Dolla $ign is prepping his upcoming Campaign album, and decided to deliver the title track today via Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show.
It’s unapologetically a Compton thing on The Game’s latest track, “The Chronic,” featuring rising rappers AD and AV.
Victory lap. The sweet smell of success was in the air on Saturday, April 30, in Washington D.C., as the commonwealth hosted the fourth annual Broccoli City Fest – an event that uses Hip-Hop as a conduit to promote environmental sustainability, health education, and physical activity.
Here it is, the moment we’ve (read: this writer) been waiting for. Readying his Layers album for an April 15 release, Royce Da 5’9 premieres the title track, featuring rap heavyweights Pusha T and Rick Ross.
It’s officially A$AP Ferg season, with his long-awaited debut album Always Strive And Prosper arriving on April 22.
As promised, Flatbush Zombies deliver their long-awaited debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey.
Dreamville’s own Bas has been laying low, save for a solo song and guest appearance on the Revenge of the Dreamers compilation project. But that all changes today with “Methylone,” the latest release from his forthcoming album Too High To Riot (due in stores March 11).
Remember that Lil B and Chance The Rapper freestyle mixtape? Well, there appears to be leftover tracks from the project, and thanks to Keith (aka “Stunnaman” from The Pack), we receive one titled “Beautiful Chicago” today.
The lineup for the 4th annual Broccoli City Festival in Washington, D.C. was announced earlier today (Feb. 3) and might become the hottest ticket around. Headling the event will be Down South fave Future and West Coast songstress Jhené Aiko, along with several rising stars of music.
After finding inspiration in Boosie Badazz’s recent bout with cancer, Young Thug returns with a track aptly titled “F*ck Cancer,” featuring Migos’ own Quavo.
Dreamville’s Cozz will release his Nothin Personal LP later today (Jan. 4). Because the rising MC is generous, fans get an early listen at its second single “Who Said.”