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  • Cover of Underrated Audio: January 11- January 17
    Underrated Audio aims to bring to your attention several tracks from the last seven days that were overlooked.
  • Cover of G-Eazy Announces "These Things Happen" Tour With Rockie Fresh
    Oakland, California native G-Eazy dropped off a new remix today, which features his newly-announced touring partners Rockie Fresh and Tory Lanez.
  • Cover of Angel Haze Sells Slightly Over 1,000 Copies Of "Dirty Gold" In First Week
    Welp. Angel Haze took her music career into her own hands this past December when she decided to leak her own album, Dirty Gold, after her label apparently refused to release it on the date she wanted.
  • Cover of Kanye West Allegedly Assaults Man In Beverly Hills [Update: New Developments, Kanye A Suspect]
    While we've been accustomed to seeing the nicer and warmer side of Kanye West since his engagement with Kim Kardashian, 'Ye still has some anger pent up, and according to TMZ he took it out on a not-so-innocent bystander.
  • Cover of Childish Gambino Covers Complex
    Childish Gambino is the next star to nab the cover of Complex. With the recent success of Because The Internet, the actor-turned-rapper talks to Complex about, unsurprisingly, the internet, his album, his childhood and more. Peep the cover in the gallery above, and head here to read the full interactive interview.
  • Cover of Classic Hip-Hop Magazine Covers
    There are plenty of rap magazines that have gone and went through out hip-hop's 40 years, but there are also several mainstays in the culture. Magazines like Rap Sheet and The Source were some of the first to ever do it, starting out as simple newsletters and developing into something much more.
  • Cover of Macklemore Covers The Source's "Man Of The Year" Issue
    We can't really argue about Macklemore's success over the past year at this point. As the rapper receives radio play around the world and continues to sell his 2012 release The Heist week after week, he's been dubbed 'Man of the Year' by The Source magazine.
  • Cover of Hip-Hop Art Campus To Open In The Bronx
    As reported by HipHopWired and The New York Daily News, hip-hop forefathers Afrika Bambaataa, Melle Mel, Grandmaster Caz and Grand Wizzard Theodore have come together to raise funds for the new "Windows Of Hip-Hop" art campus in New York City's Bronx borough, the undisputed birthplace of the genre.
  • Cover of Chance The Rapper Covers The Source
    Chance The Rapper had a huge year, topping plenty of lists both for his breakthrough as an artist, and the strength of his Acid Rap mixtape (HNHH gave him top spot for that as well).
  • Cover of ASAP Rocky Photographed By Terry Richardson For Paper Magazine
    ASAP Rocky will grace the pages of Paper Magazine for a second time, with a new shoot from Terry Richardson. This isn't the first time Terry has linked up with Rocky either, and in typical form, the photographer shoots ASAP in front of a white back-drop, with the Fashion Killa stunting in his clothing selection.
  • Cover of Stream Angel Haze's New Album "Dirty Gold"
    After a setback or two, including Angel Haze threatening (and attempting) to leak her own album, Dirty Gold has officially arrived.  Dirty Gold is the debut effort from Ms. Haze, containing 16 tracks with one feature from Sia. Cop it on iTunes, and press play via Spotify below to stream. What do you think?
  • Cover of YG & Snoop Dogg Donate $10,000 To Underprivileged Kids In L.A.
    YG's profile is on the rise. Between the massive radio hit, "My Nigga," a Drake co-sign, and his affiliation with one of the hottest producers in the game, it looks like his major label debut, My Krazy Life will be a big moment for the Bompton rapper.
  • Cover of Angel Haze Reveals "Dirty Gold" Album Cover [Update: Listen To Album Snippets]
    Angel Haze's debut album Dirty Gold is set to drop at the top of the new year, and she took to Twitter this weekend to reveal the official cover art, which is simply an image of her face encrusted with gold and jewels.
  • Cover of Angel Haze Leaks New "Dirty Gold" Album, Puts Republic Records On Blast [Update: New Release Date For Album]
    After revealing the cover art, track list and release date for her new album Dirty Gold earlier this week, rising Brooklyn artist Angel Haze has now leaked it in an intense moment of passion.
  • Cover of Sexiest Music Videos Of 2013
    As important as all our other lists are, nothing quite compares to this one.
  • Cover of XXL Releases Five Iconic Covers In Celebration Of "40 Years Of Hip-Hop"
     In celebration of 40 years of hip hop, XXL is releasing five collector's edition cover issues of their magazine this month. The rappers that are being featured include Lil Wayne, Jay Z, Outkast, Snoop Dogg, & LL Cool J.
  • Cover of Stream Sean Price & M-Phazes' EP "Land Of The Crooks"
    Sean Price and producer M-Phazes have teamed up for a joint EP, Land Of The Crooks, which dropped today. The project features familiar faces like Guilty Simpson and Roc Marciano, as well, includes the instrumental version of each record.
  • Cover of Release Date For YG's "My Krazy Life" Announced [Update: New Release Date Revealed]
  • Cover of J. Cole On "Rich Niggaz":  "I Used To Have Such A Problem With People With Money"
    J. Cole's "Rich Niggaz" was one of the highlights from Born Sinner, dealing with some fairly personal subject matter for the rapper. The track finds Cole expressing his frustration with those who grew up privileged, while he struggled financially.
  • Cover of Pharrell Featured On Complex's Digital Cover
    Pharrell Williams was recently dubbed by GQ as Hitmaker of the Year. Another magazine has set their sights on the talented producer as well, with Pharrell covering Complex's new digital cover.
  • Cover of YG Talks On Connecting With Drake & Why He Changed His Album Title
    YG's upcoming debut album, My Krazy Life (formerly I'm From Bompton), has been delayed until 2014, meaning you might not get to hear that Drake-featured banger off the LP for awhile. Although, let's hope sooner rather than later.
  • Cover of Suge Knight Says Daz Dillinger Ghost-Produced Most Of "Doggystyle" For Dr. Dre
    It's no secret that Dr. Dre has had some help with his production in the past. Scott Storch, Mel-Man, and Colin Wolfe are a few of those at least partially responsible for some of the rapper/producer's biggest tracks.
  • Cover of Eminem Covers Rolling Stone
    Eminem's promo time isn't finished just yet. The rapper nabbed another magazine cover, this time for Rolling Stone's December issue.
  • Cover of Pharrell Named "Hitmaker Of The Year" By GQ Magazine
    As we already saw, GQ magazine dubbed Kendrick Lamar "Rapper of the Year" in their new "Man of the Year" issue. Along with Kendrick (and Justin Timberlake), Pharrell earned a title too, "Hitmaker of the Year."
  • Cover of Travi$ Scott Covers The Fader Magazine
    The Fader has unveiled their 2013-2014 Now issue cover, which features Travi$ Scott along with Blood Orange. The issue looks at the current landscape of artists and who is making the freshest music, while showcasing more than 100 artists, photographers, authors and directors to keep an eye out for.
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