Chloe x Halle Drop New Album & Tea, ‘Grown-ish’ Twitter Dubs Diggy Simmons As “Busy Boy” and Is Distraught
Chloe x Halle have released their highly anticipated sophomore album, Ungodly Hour and it's blazing up the charts and apparently dropping pipping hot tea. In the early hours of Friday (Jun 12) the two sisters released their fourth studio album showcasing a new and mature sound. Over the last two years, we have seen the multi-talented twins exude tremendous growth. From establishing themselves as precociously capable all-rounders to receiving Grammy nods for their 2018 debut The Kids Are Alright and becoming regulars on teen sitcom Grown-ish, Chloe x Halle have definitely proven they are a force to be reckoned with and one of the many things that they have highlighted as a part of their reckoning of becoming adults was personal growth.
With his Out of This World EP underway, Diggy Simmons drops a video to his track “Honestly.”
Budding Hip-Hop star Diggy Simmons is barely removed from high school himself, but he is still not above recognizing the academic achievements of students who deserved it.
J. Cole made his first appearance ever on The Breakfast Club to promote his sophomore effort Born Sinner. This particular conversation didn’t feature much of anything we haven’t heard in recent weeks from the Fayetteville spitter.
While artists like Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, and Nas saw flourishing record sales in 2o12, by releasing damn good albums (the aforementioned made our Wired 25: The Top 25 Albums Of 2012 list), a host of rappers weren’t fortunate enough to enter the same winner’s circle. This year a notable amount of Hip-Hop’s well-marketed and name […]
The Toronto-born D-WHY made his Hip-Hop Wired debut earlier in the week with his new video, “New York Times.” Today he drops the full project called, Don’t Flatter Yourself, which takes influences from hip-hop, R&B, and classic Italian vocalists behind some stellar production. D-WHY enlists the production talents of Boi-1da, Hit-Boy, Dot Da Genius, D-Mile and many more […]
If you’ve never heard of David “D-WHY” Morris before, now is as good a time as ever to get hip on game. D-WHY is a 23-year-old artist out of New York City by way of Virginia whose genre bending type of music is starting to garner some attention. His new mixtape, Don’t Flatter Yourself, drops this Wednesday […]
Maybach Music Group celebrated the 2012 BET Awards via an after party thrown by their record label, Warner Music Group, at Cecconi’s restaurant in West Hollywood, Calif. Sunday (July 1) night. The rap collective had lots to be happy about last night, as Wale took home the Best Collaboration trophy for “Lotus Flower Bomb,” featuring Miguel. […]
Omen’s Black Hero Theme Music has been in the works for nearly three years, but the album is finally complete and here for your downloading pleasure. The producer who was behind such joints like Usher’s “What Happened To You?”, Drake’s “Shut It Down,” and more; Omen bring together an array of talented artists for an […]
Last Sunday, J. Cole checked in with DJ Drama on his radio show to speak on a few things. Unfortunately, the first topic discussed was his situation with Diggy Simmons. After time was wasted on that, Cole addressed the more important things available for discussion. He touched on his experience on the Paradise Tour, the […]
Hip-Hop Wired caught up with Diggy Simmons while he was out in Los Angeles and the 17 year-old son of rap royalty spoke on a number of topics including the relatively low first week sales of his Unexpected Arrival debut. “The most important thing for me was that my fans got it and they enjoyed,” […]
Diggy Simmons just dropped his “88” single, featuring Jadakiss, a couple of days ago and already lets go of the PHIL directed video. Reverend Run’s son’s debut album, Unexpected Arrival, hits stores March 20th. This is where we mention that while ‘Kiss was 13 in 1988, Diggy wasn’t actually born until 1995. But hey, Diggy […]