Tiara Thomas

Common’s inspiration to return to rhyming didn’t subside during the creation of his forthcoming album Black America Again. Today, the legend delivers some bars on “Cranes in the Sky” from Solange’s critically acclaimed album A Seat At The Table.

Pusha T places emphasis on his rhymes, per usual, with “M.F.T.R.,” the latest release from his upcoming album Darkest Before Dawn.

Miguel gives his Wildheart track “Simple Things” a proper remix to close out the week.

Curren$y came bearing an audible gift called “Life 2 Die For,” which happens to be the highlighted track in today’s Wired Tracks.

With Pilot Talk 3 en route, Curren$y offers the official visual for a track fans have been waiting for, “Audio Dope 5.”

Los Angeles natives Overdoz. are back with a cinematic video for “Rich White Friends.”

Closing out the week, Hip-Hop Wired packages videos from Lil Durk, Waka Flocka Flame, and more into today’s Daily Visuals.

Fat Joe is always one hit away from being consistent in rap conversations. If his track record of hit songs isn’t convincing enough, peep his new track, “Another Day,” for example.

Creating music videos is a meticulous process that must not be rushed but done at the speed of sound to make sure the public is properly service. As most of the snow melts around the country, this week’s The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week finds most of the honorees braving […]

In the pool of rising artists, it’s safe to say that singer-songwriter Tiara Thomas is someone you should look out for. Hip-Hop Wired had an opportunity to speak with the rising star at the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards about her decision to sign with Rico Love, her upcoming EP Dear Sallie Mae, and more.

Songstress Tiara Thomas sat with Hot 97 to update fans on what they can expect from her in the near future. However, she couldn’t avoid questions about the elephant in the room: What happened between her and Wale?

Former YouTube sensation Tiara Thomas became one of the game’s top up-and-coming singers because of her work on Wale’s “Bad” (which she co-wrote and co-produced). Many anxiously await the Division 1/Interscope Records signee’s major label debut, but before then, she returns with a new tune titled “4 Dollar Bill.”