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.
The Wrasslerap movement is far from dead. In fact, a pair of its biggest spokesmen, Smoke DZA and Wale, connect on a new track titled “Absolutely Perfect.”
Hip-Hop saw its fair share of petty spats this week, with artists like 50 Cent and Young Thug stirring plenty of ohs, ahs, and laughs through their social media tyranny. But at the end of the day, fans are here for quality music, which both artists deliver to close out the week.
Veteran crooner Bilal previewed a new, Kendrick Lamar-assisted track titled “Money Over Love” back in May. Finally, the full version releases for fans listening pleasure.
Meet Kyemah McEntyre, the 18-year-old who sketched, designed and wore the hell out of her prom dress to become the talk of all social media platforms. A senior at Cicely Tyson School of Performing Arts in East Orange, New Jersey, McEntyre wanted to do away with “European ideals and standards of beauty” when she set […]
Syd tha Kid‘s soul collective, The Internet, has announced a new album slated for release later this month. To set the mood, Syd, Matt Martians and the rest of the crew debuted a new track, “Special Affair.”
It’s been a longtime coming, but Jhené Aiko will finally embark on her first-ever headlining tour.
Today, March 12th, marks the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web. And despite Al Gore’s claims of being the inventor of the Net, we’re here to break down why Sir Tim Berners-Lee forever changed the culture of Hip-Hop.
We challenge you to find many projects this year more aptly titled than Feel Good by The Internet. The Odd Future duo, comprised of DJ, singer, and producer Syd tha Kid and producer Matt Martians, have provided a mellow listening experience that simply feels good.
Mac Miller drops an in studio rendition of his single “S.D.S.” While the proper album version is produced by Flying Lotus, the in studio performance here gets its soundscape provided by The Internet.
Watching Movies With the Sound Off is not only one of the best titled LPs of the year. It’s Mac Miller‘s chance to avoid a sophomore jinx. Considering this, it’s no wonder that the Pittsburgh rapper has been very meticulous with his approach this time around.