As the anticipation for a new Kendrick Lamar album continues to heighten, the alleged tracklist for his upcoming studio project hits the ‘net.
50 Cent has been omnipresent in the weeks leading up to the forthcoming release of his Animal Ambition: An Untamed Desire To Win LP. Today, the Queens native unveils the official tracklist in advance of the June 3 drop date.
Blu never reached the superstar status that many hope that he’d ascend to, and honestly, we doubt that he has a problem with that. Known for moving to the beat of his own drum, the MC who comes bearing new projects sporadically will offer up the Good To Be Home LP in coming weeks.
With a little over a month to go before Because The Internet releases, Childish Gambino offers up more info about his upcoming album with the tracklist.
Lloyd Banks is gearing up to drop a new mixtape called AON Vol. 1: Failure’s No Option tomorrow (October 31). As fans await its release, the veteran rapper and DJ Drama unveil the tracklist to heighten anticipation.
Hip-Hop has seen its surge of supergroups come and go to mixed results. Given the Western hemisphere bond that rappers Xzibit, B-Real of Cypress Hill and newcomer Demrick share, there’s a good chance that the end product will be noteworthy.
With all the media attention thanks to an alleged standoff with cops and his arrest in Oklahoma, 2 Chainz dropped the tracklisting for his forthcoming sophomore album, B.O.A.T.S. 2: ME Time.
Hip-Hop saw a list of quality albums summer 2013, and Big Sean hopes to add his name to the fold with his sophomore effort Hall Of Fame, due in stores August 27.
John Legend is gearing up to release his new album Love In The Future September 3. Having already debuted three tracks —the Rick Ross-assisted “Who Do We Think We Are,” “The Beginning” and “Made To Love”— the Grammy winner returns with the project’s album cover and tracklist.