Following up the introductory installment, Mass Appeal returns with part two of Pusha T‘s My Name Is My Name documentary. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper sat with Complex‘s Editor-In-Chief Noah Callahan-Bever to discuss matters ranging from music to his personal life.
Unfortunately, all ratchet things must come to an end. The second season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta came to close last night with part two of its reunion, and plenty of f-ckery was provided to make you look forward to next season.
We have now officially reached the halfway point of 2013. Last week made us all relatively busy as Kanye West and J.Cole had people rushing to the store to buy their albums. This week didn’t feature a big event on the same level unless you count everyone going on and on about the TRACKLISTING of […]
After Adrian Younge and Ghostface Killah pushed their collaborative work, Twelve Reasons To Die missed its intended November release date, the two announced that the album will now be released on April 16th.
It’s time for the percolator. Alicia Keys re-ups her single “Brand New Me” in honor of her 32nd birthday yesterday.
Part two of the Artemus Jenkins directed series, P.O.P (or Power Of The Pu–y) is here. The multi-part documentary/web series takes a deeper look at the women that inspire dudes to toss their hard earned cash in the air at the club, specifically those at Atlanta’s Magic City.
G.o.D. Jewels talks about lessons learned in the rap game. the perils of being an upcoming MC, and the dilemma one faces when trying to rise above the saturated waters of new rap music. “You’re only as useful to them as your last song, video, mixtape then you’re gone” says G.o.D. when speaking of the hype surrounding […]
Oprah Winfrey‘s Next Chapter continued to delve deeply into the life of Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. Winfrey, who previously was not open to having rappers as guests, admits that this was one of the most eye-opening interviews that she’s ever done. In the second part of this sit down with the rapper/mogul, he justifies the […]
Out Da Box TV drops part 2 of their sit down with Roc Marciano. The L.I. repping MC talks about why he made the move out to Cali (he says NYC is a “police state”) and also shares info about working with Q-Tip (an executive producer on his forthcoming Reloaded album), hoping to now use […]