the source magazine
Striking while the lack of diversity of the Academy Awards has become a topic of conversation, The Source magazine unveils a new cover and takes a stand at the slight(s). The cover story ask whether or not the steps being taken to rectify #OscarsSoWhite is enough and notes which films got short changed.
Hip-Hop magazine’s are a dying breed. The latest rap publication to go under is XXL, which moving forward will be online only. With that in mind, heads that grew up thumbing through the pages of mags like VIBE, Rap Pages, Ego Trip or Stress are reminiscing.
Veteran Hip-Hop magazine The Source is proud to present the first annual Source 360 Expo, a massive production connecting the most influential aspects of the rap culture across various medias.
Wiz Khalifa has a new album out, Blacc Hollywood, and in proper timing for a rap artist of his caliber, he is chilling on the cover of The Source magazine.
Instead of rewriting all the wrongs associated with their infamous award show, The Source magazine has devised a bigger and better plan to service Hip-Hop fans.
The Source Magazine has made the offices of Def Jam very happy by nabbing Rick Ross and Pusha T for the covers of their upcoming November 2013 issue.
DJ Khaled’s dreams are coming true. The DJ and We The Best label honcho graces the cover of the latest The Source magazine alongside his artist Ace Hood and Cash Money’s Birdman.
This must be magazine cover premiere week. 2 Chainz, Tyga and Mac Miller share the cover of the February/March 2012 issue of the Source Magazine. According to the mag: On one side, you have the incredibly popular Mac Miller out of Pittsburgh, PA. It wouldn’t surprise many to see the 20 year old perform at Superbowl […]