It’s no secret that in addition to having a great ear, Dr. Dre possesses an impeccable business acumen. Forbes crowned the West Coast legend the highest paid musician of the 2010s.
2019 was probably one of the most noteworthy years of the decade for the global Desi Hip Hop culture. Already the most streamed genre in the world, Hip Hop grew wings and took flight in India. Canada birthed a new Punjabi Trap sound. Female emcees from across the globe are stepping up and standing out.
Kanye West and the Sunday Service Choir are back with a follow-up to Jesus Is King — the aptly titled Jesus Is Born. It marks the first official album for the Sunday Service Choir.
Drake surprised his fans with an early Christmas present in the form of new music. The rap star released the track “War” Dec. 23 where he talks about his longstanding beef with former collaborator The Weeknd.
Childish Gambino a.k.a. Donald Glover and Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang have teamed up for a not-so-secret pop-up fundraiser in Los Angeles on Dec. 19.
SOB x RBE has reassembled for a new album titled Strictly Only Brothers. The West Coast crew’s latest work is the follow-up to their Hit-Boy collaboration project Family Not A Group, which dropped in April.
Lauren London and Puma are celebrating the life of Nipsey Hussle with their new campaign, “Forever Strong.”
Joyner Lucas has put his gloves on and hopped into the Nick Cannon & Shady e-fight — despite Cannon’s assumption that Em “has no friends.” On Dec. 10, Em’s “Lucky You” collaborator hit Twitter and pulled a laundry list of contenders into his arsenal, including 50 Cent and Royce Da 5’9.
The nonstop war of words between Eminem and Nick Cannon has just elevated to yet another level. Following Slim Shady’s latest retort towards the Power 106 radio host’s family via Fat Joe’s “Lord Above,” Cannon has fired back his own shots with his new diss record “The Invitation” — and he didn’t mince words.
In celebration of Jay-Z’s 50th birthday, Benny the Butcher took to Instagram to share a behind-the-scenes video of a listening session for Griselda’s new album "WWCD" that caused the Hip Hop legend to have a screwface hearing the steely bars coming from the speakers.
Fat Joe has revealed the release date for his forthcoming album Family Ties. According to a recent Twitter post, the project features a roster of notable artists, including Lil Wayne, Eminem, Ty Dolla $ign, Cool & Dre, Mary J. Blige and many more.
Jay-Z turns 50 years old today (Dec. 4) and there's cause to celebrate over on Spotify. That's because the prolific rapper's music catalog has been returned to that streaming service after a two year absence