Robert Glasper

Lauryn Hill is a living legend, so when Robert Glasper alleged she stole most of the music on her critically acclaimed album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, fans needed answers. In an interview with a Houston radio station last month, the jazz musician claimed Hill took friends’ music while creating her most famous project.

Robert Glasper has reached the no f*cks given portion of his career, and it showed in a recent interview. During the chat, the award-winning jazz and R&B musician and August Greene member aired out Lauryn Hill for her shady dealings and said that the singer hasn’t done enough to behave in the way she does.

August Greene, the newly-formed supergroup featuring the talents of Common, Karriem Riggins, and Robert Glasper, are just beginning their journey into sound. The trio stopped by the offices of NPR to deliver a rousing Tiny Desk concert that featured powerful women vocals and representation.

The wait is over. PARTYNEXTDOOR makes due on his promise to deliver his third studio album PARTYNEXTDOOR 3 (P3).

Always slick with the wordplay, Harlem rap veteran Smoke DZA displays his sharp penmanship on a new track titled “Opera.”

So far, 2016 has been full of surprises. The latest comes courtesy of Sampha, the oft-recluse British crooner; he returns with a new song titled “Timmy’s Prayer.”

It’s officially A$AP Ferg season, with his long-awaited debut album Always Strive And Prosper arriving on April 22.

Here’s The Notorious B.I.G. like you’ve never heard him before. To celebrate the 19th anniversary of the late, great MC’s tragic passing, MICK (formerly Mick Boogie) and  present a mash-up project titled Ready to Boom.

Renowned jazz musician Robert Glasper has created a song to honor NBA great Kobe Bryant. Titled “Be Courageous,” Nike Basketball commissioned the tune as an ode to the future first ballot hall of famer’s career and his last season in the NBA. 

“I heard love can fix all things, but me and you,” raps accomplished Los Angeles instrumentalist Terrace Martin on his new track “No Wrong, No Right,” featuring  Robert Glasper and James Fauntleroy.

For fans of the Roots, their annual summer concert series has been a highlight. Today, the house band for  Late Night With Jimmy Fallon officially announced the lineup for its sixth annual “Roots Picnic,” including performers Naughty By Nature and a handful of buzzing acts like Joey BadA$$ and Trinidad Jame$.