After three decades in the game, millions on top of millions of records sold and being known internationally simply by her first name, it’s safe to say that Monica has become R&B royalty. But the Atlanta, Georgia singer isn’t quite ready to retire to reality television or singing competition judge status just yet.

Freddie Gibbs releases music on his time and schedule and fans who have been waiting for a proper release since his universally acclaimed Cocaine Piñata can start getting excited.

GoldLink moves ever so methodically you could almost confuse it for being missing in action if he didn’t pop up with something to show for it.

The Game is swinging for the rafters of Dodger Stadium with his newest release.

What ever happened to Hip-Hop that got Pac and B.I.G. shot? The Game posed this infamous question on his landmark debut album, The Documentary a decade ago and now after countless hit records, platinum plaques, and yes, beefs, the Compton all-star is ready to take it full circle with the release of the long-awaited The […]

Detox is still a mythological construct, but Dr. Dre is dropping a new album. The Beats By Dre founder announced today that he will be dropping Compton: The Soundtrack on August 7, exclusively via Apple Music. 

It’s been a long time coming for your friendly neighborhood Harry Powder, affectionately known to fans as Troy Ave. After dozens of mixtapes, street singles, notable guest appearances and globetrotting performances, he’s readying the rollout for his official debut album, Major Without A Deal.

The organic dissertation that Fashawn brings to the game is finally coming full circle with the release of his long-awaited sophomore album, The Ecology. After debuting the album’s first cerebral thought in the Dom Kennedy-assisted “Gold State of Mind,” the California MC is reminding everyone how he earned his stripes on the new record, “Guess […]

Now that The Game’s next solo album has been loaded in the chamber, it’s time to spread some crew love. The California kingpin is declaring 2014 to be the Year of the Wolf as far his Blood Money record label is concerned and his first-ever label compilation is set to hit stores on October 14.

Prince is living example that no living willing (and physically) able musician ever truly retires.

DJ Mustard has already dominated the year 2014 with an assortment of rap/R&B smash hits and for his Roc Nation debut album title, he’s using a direct Jay Z reference to position his producer crown.

You would be very hard-pressed to find a rapper that outworks Tech N9ne onstage and in the studio. Since Murs joined the welcoming arms of his Strange Music imprint, there was a building anticipation to see how he meshes in with the rest of the flock.