Ice Cube has matured since his days of being a highly revered MC who was known for his honesty and social commentary. Now a power player in Hollywood, the successful legend spoke on his production company, Cube Vision, Ride Along, his forthcoming Everythang’s Corrupt LP and more in the cover story for The Source Magazine’s April/May issue.
With a number one album in Oxymoron, ScHoolboy Q proceeds with the proceedings this evening as TDE’s next up by covering The Source Magazine’s April/May 2014 issue.
In the Hip-Hop community, the elephant in the room in this year’s Grammy discussion is whether Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ The Heist will oust Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city for Best Rap Album and Album of the Year categories. Macklemore just happens to cover The Source‘s “Man of the Year” issue, and spoke with the magazine about […]
Chance The Rapper, who became an overnight favorite due to his critically acclaimed mixtape Acid Rap, caps off a stellar year with a cover appearance on The Source magazine’s “Rookie of the Year” issue.
The Source magazine’s annual Power 30 issue dates back 16 years, and like each before, this year’s edition was the topic of conversation throughout the blogosphere. Expect that to continue with today’s announcement of the top five picks on their digital list.
Big Sean released his sophomore album, Hall of Fame, yesterday (August 27) and commemorated the occasion by treating a fans to a free concert at Terminal 5 in New York City.
Juicy J and Big Sean have something in common other than sharing an August 27 release date. Yesterday, The Source magazine announced that the Three 6 Mafia rapper will also grace the cover of their annual “Power 30” issue, hitting new stands this week.