Representing Brownsville, Brooklyn, Ka returns with a gift in tow. Particularly his fourth studio album Honor Killed the Samurai.
Jhene Aiko filed for divorce last week from husband Dot Da Genius, and immediately rumors flooded the Internet that the singer cheated on the producer. Growing tired of the chatter, Aiko lashed out via Twitter and threw shots at her soon-to-be ex.
Grand opening, grand closing. Jhene Aiko has filed for divorce, and you can bet that Twitter will be blaming Big Sean for this debacle.
Big Sean has landed on the cover of XXL‘s Spring 2016 issue and he looks more than ready for his close up.
Blunt buddies (or is it Paper partners?) Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are literally “hitting the high road” this summer. The multi-platinum selling rappers are embarking on “The High Road,” a hazy 33-city North American tour starting this July.
Big Sean and Jhené Aiko are dropping a collaborative project called TWENTY88. Whatever it exactly is (an album, an EP?), it drops on April 1.
Dot Da Genius and Jhené Aiko are now husband and wife, this after speculation that the pair secretly married back in 2014. The Brooklyn producer confirmed the union to the Los Angeles singer via an Instagram post on Wednesday (Mar. 16).
Lil B & Chance The Rapper ft. Keith Jenkins “Beautiful Chicago,” Gallant ft. Jhené Aiko “Skipping Stones,” & More | Wired Tracks 2.3.16
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.
J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League ft. Rick Ross & Drake “Empire,” Young Thug ft. Young Dro “Top Notch,” & More | Wired Tracks 1.25.16
Production collective J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League delivered an album titled J.U.S.T.I.C.E. For All, featuring “Empire,” an intro track from Rick Ross and Drake.
Rich Gang back? All signs say the answer is yes, as the Internets receive a pair of unreleased records from Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan, the first successful iteration of the Cash Money creation responsible for the gems heard on Tha Tour: Pt. 1.
The Ford Motor Company is giving their brand a major makeover to fully identify with the country’s color demographic and that is exactly where the Ford Cultural Collab comes into play.