Rihanna performed at the BRIT Awards today (Feb. 24) and brought out some special guests. TDE’s SZA joined her on stage to perform “Consideration” while Drake followed up for a rendition of “Work.”

Jay Rock serves fans an audible feast just before Thanksgiving in the form of “Traffic Jam,” a full version  of the b-side on 90059‘s “Easy Bake.” 

SZA, more often than not, creates music that cannot be confined to one box, so it’s in turn dubbed “Alternative” for all intents and purposes. That changes with her new record “Sobriety,” a true R&B record in all senses.

It’s been a longtime coming, but Jhené Aiko will finally embark on her first-ever headlining tour.

This past weekend, Willow Smith touched down at The FADER FORT presented by Converse and wowed a diverse crowd of fans with her eccentricity and standout vocals.

SZA is on the rise and it’s been a journey to say the least. JAY Z’s Life+Times places a scope over TDE’s resident songbird’s upward mobility in a short documentary titled Where I’m From.

When you factor in the talent pool from Day 1 of Budweiser’s Made In America Los Angeles lineup, the likelihood of topping it would seem to be insurmountable.

On this time Saturday (August 23), Washington D.C. will play host to the third annual Trillectro Music Festival. With Big Sean and Baauer set to headline and the likes of Migos, SZA, Lunice, and Rae Smerrurd also set to perform, it was only right for the minds behind the show to heighten anticipation with a preliminary […]

While a notable portion of TDE was out bubbling in Dublin for the Oxymoron World Tour, SZA, the label’s First Lady was back on homebase to represent for the last letter in the alphabet. And she brought a few famous friends with her to usher in the good vibes.

Since the emergence of west coast favorite Kendrick Lamar, the TDE family is one of the more prominent crews in Rap. SZA stopped by The Breakfast Club to give the public some background on her come up and what the future holds for the New Jersey songstress.

The second week of May means the summer months are creeping closer, and we all know nice weather usually brings about some quality rap records (at least a few). As such, Hip-Hop Wired’s “Beatmakers“ series is back with a new round of names behind the music that you should know.

When TDE starts, there’s no slowing them down. That said, SZA keeps the ball rolling with promo efforts for her Z EP with a visual for “Warm Winds.”