Tyler the creator

DJ Drama is talking his talk. He recently said he brought mixtapes back, and the culture agreed wholeheartedly.

Tyler, the Creator showed some love on social media during a thread where Missy Elliot talked about her legendary career and discography.


The Made In America Festival is set to hit the City of Brotherly Love for its 10th annual event this September. We’ve gotten confirmation that the headliners will be none other than Tyler, The Creator and Reggaeton’s biggest artist, Bad Bunny.


After going through more of the store, we see Tyler geeking out after finding an old URB magazine he always wanted with the Neptunes on the cover.


We were rooting for Nas to take it this year, but it's all love. At least it wasn't Macklemore (no shots).

Whether you like his style or not, Tyler, The Creator’s eye for quality can’t be denied. His preference in suitcases isn’t cheap and we finally find out why.

The 2021 BET Hip Hop Awards aired last night (Oct. 5) after being held in Atlanta late last week. "In Hip Hop We Stand" was the theme of this year's awards show as the producers wanted to stress one culture that spans different generations, styles, and regions.

Sitting down with Ebro Darden, the Los Angeles producer and rapper broke down his journey in music, getting canceled, Odd Future, and more.

The debate, which began after a fan tweeted, “Snoh Aalegra is our Sade,” drew mixed responses from fans, with some co-signing the sentiment, pointing to Aalegra and Sade’s similar aesthetics and sounds, while the vast majority of users pushed back on the comparison-- prompting the Swedish born songstress to ask fans to squelch the idea.

Keeping that same energy, the Odd Future co-founder's latest album, CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST, debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 charts and he seemingly trolled DJ Khaled via social media as a result.

The talented rapper and producer returns to the masses with his sixth studio album, CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST, and Twitter is discussing the new drop at length.

Lollapalooza is returning this summer and will operate at full capacity in Chicago's Grant Park. The four-day event will have to comply with local COVID regulations.