One of the tracks on Drake and Future‘s collaborative project What A Time To Be Alive is “I’m The Plug,” and features a blistering closing verse from the Canadian superstar. Early on in the verse, Drake name drops DJ Drama’s ex-wife Summer P. Walker which has some fans are wondering if it was a subliminal shot […]
The stat sheet shows that Roc Nation producer DJ Mustard is the sure shot choice for a hit record these days. But the West Coast front runner plans to expand his portfolio with his 10 Summers debut album.
After trolling us all with their top 20 female rappers list, XXL is seeking redemption by giving their 2014 Freshmen list a grand rollout on national TV.
Lil Boosie hit the pavement musically the minute he was freed from prison, but he’s also made time for play. Saturday, April 26, the rapper was spotted at a Hennessy V.S event at Atlanta’s premier club, Compound.
It’s not everyday that a TV show gets blessed with its own Hip-Hop mixtape. HBO’s Game of Thrones received the treatment a little over a month ago. The last time prior to that is anybody’s guess.
Even though he has his hands involved in so many areas within Rap music, DJ Drama doesn’t have a history of over the top self promotion (think: DJ Khaled). Nevertheless, things got really interesting during his interview with The Breakfast Club.
Fans haven’t seen 50 Cent push his music from the muscle in over a decade, so it’s interesting how he’ll promote without a major label machine’s backing. That said, Fif recently appeared on DJ Drama’s show on Shade 45.
Have you ever been in hot pursuit of “Miss Everything?” If not, legendary MC Snoop Dogg has.
Snoop Dogg could run a class on how to stay relevant in Hip-Hop. Following his spiritual journey as Snoop Lion and a funk reincarnation he coined Snoopzilla, the Long Beach legend takes fans back to his roots on the That’s My Work Vol. 3 mixtape.
If you let Rick Ross tell it, there’s Reebok and everything else, including Vans.
Many would say that Migos are an acquired taste, but one thing we can all agree on is that the trio consistently release new music. Their latest track is titled “Get Down,” and features Atlanta’s own Gucci Mane.
During the late 90s/early 2000s — a time when a list of Philadelphia MCs had an undoubted impact on Hip-Hop — rap collective, Major Figgas, were on a lot of peoples’ radars. Group member Spade-O was incarcerated at the height of their run, but he’s since been released and now has an album on the […]
After the show, it’s the after party and Hip-Hop’s favorite dark liquor was on hand to accommodate.