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Pro-Ject, a premium audio company, has introduced its newest high-end turntable, and yes, it costs a lot of damn money.

The TR-808 drum machine help crafted many classics records, to celebrate the device's 40th anniversary, Roland decided to bless beat junkies with some freebies.

Have you always wanted to become the next Pharrell, Timbaland, Swizz Beatz, Just Blaze, or old Kanye West? Akai is now giving you that opportunity and won't cost you a dime.

After teasing us for weeks with a thirst inducing video featuring the song, Megan Thee Stallion has finally blessed her hotties with her new track, “B.I.T.C.H.”

Barack Obama continues to show he is the coolest POTUS ever. Double Obama recently unveiled his favorite jams and proved he still has great taste.

Apple has been at the forefront of the digital music revolution since the beginning and was rumored to be eyeing a shut down of what placed them squarely in that conversation. An earlier report that suggested the technology giant was eliminating music downloads from its popular iTunes store has been shut down.

Will Smith made his mark in entertainment in Hip-Hop music long before becoming the A-List actor he is today. However, the Philadelphia native makes a return to the recording studio, although in a far different element, this after appearing with Colombian band Bomba Estereo.

In the ever-growing arena of Hip-Hop, more and more rappers are taking advantage of the World Wide Web to breakthrough into the game. If you’re blind to what’s hot, we’re here to direct you to the tracks that’ll melt your eardrums.

It doesn’t matter if you’re not a huge football fan or not, as you’re more than likely going to tune in to Super Bowl XLVIII this weekend. 

“Would You Like A Tour?” participants have been anticipating Drake‘s new song titled “Trophies” for a hot minute. Now, the OVO head honcho has finally satiated audiophiles with the official/CDQ track.

With no promotion or warning King Bey decimated timelines around the globe with the release of her newest album. We have the most outrageous Twitter reactions after the break.

We’ve all seen the video, but now comes the angst and agitation. Last night in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Trinidad James$ performed at Converse’s Rubber Tracks Studios where he took a blatant shot at the birthplace of Hip-Hop. Today, Maino, Smoke DZA and more spoke up on their city’s behalf.