Possible Details Emerge About Future's Anti-Ciara Twitter Rant
Rumors are making their way around the web today after Future’s short rant on Twitter yesterday about Ciara’s potentially controlling nature. Unfortunately the rumors don’t seem to be about any new music, despite Future Hendrix hinting as much in his tweets.
Top Tracks: December 28 - January 3
Welcome to 2016, y'all. Did anything really change on January 1st, aside from waking up with a crippling hangover? Well, it certainly feels that way in the rap world, as some of the genre's biggest stars have made sure to come out with forceful statements that conveniently arrived in sync with the New Year.
Future Blasts Ciara: "This Bitch Got Control Problems"
Since Future's acrimonious split with Ciara, their child, 19-month-old Future Zahir Wilburn, has spent the majority of his time with Ciara (and, to Nayvadius' immense chagrin, Russell Wilson). Future has had enough of this arrangement, and he blasted Ciara this afternoon in a brief but Twitter rant, accusing her of keeping him from seeing Baby Future.“This bitch got control problems,” he wrote. “I gotta go through lawyers to see babyfuture…the fuckery for 15k a month. I jus want babyfuture that's all."
Young Scooter Teases Joint Mixtape With Future
In addition to helming his own Black Migo Gang unit, Young Scooter has been affiliated with Freebandz Gang over the years. Most recently, Future spit a verse on "Lifestyle" off Scooter's mixtape Married to the Streets 2. According to Scooter, the two ATL rappers are plotting to release a joint mixtape. In response to a Twitter follower requesting a Scooter and Future mixtape in 2016, Scooter replied, "COMING SOON."
Kendrick Lamar Says Drake & Future Made Some Of His Favorite Rap Music Of 2015
Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly was probably the densest album of the year, through a combination of its grandiose musical arrangements, disparate influences, political themes, and very technical rapping. While this made the album a critical success, it also made it the go-to project for a certain type of rap fan to describe as "real hip-hop".
10 Songs To Bring In The New Year With
Music is the most important part of any party, and on New Year's Eve, it's even more of a big deal. Not only does your playlist have to be fire, it has to simultaneously bring back all the great memories of the year passed, as well as launch you into the next one.
Find Out How Much Future, Fetty Wap, Rich Homie Quan & DeJ Loaf Are Making On New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve is upon us, and the options for where you can party are endless. House parties, clubs, bars, live shows, or Netflix and chill, pick your poison. For artists, it's a night to capitalize on their worth and often means performing at a club.
Top Tracks: December 21 - December 27
Things were just beginning to slow down, as we had spent enough time arguing over the year's best music with a series of year-end lists and were ready to start thinking about what's in store for 2016. As we approached the holidays, though, some of our favorite artists were feeling particularly generous and gifted us with a wealth of new material.
Hottest Mixtapes Of 2015
This year, it became increasingly difficult to discern the difference between mixtapes and albums. When the year's bestselling rap release (Drake's If You're Reading This, It's Too Late) was announced as a "mixtape" but was immediately sold on iTunes, the waters become a little murky for everyone.
Chris Brown Drops "Royalty International" EP For Fans Outside Of U.S.
A week before Christmas, Chris Brown dropped his seventh studio album, Royalty. The original album contains 14 tracks and the deluxe edition includes 5 more, including a collab with Future ("U Did It"). And those aren't all the songs from Brown's Royalty sessions, as the singer has just released a 5-track EP, Royalty International, which is meant as a gift for his fans outside of the U.S.
Hottest Album Covers Of 2015
The Golden Era of cover art likely ended with the rise of CDs. But even with the Golden Age of CDs behind us, cover art still plays a vital role in the listener's consumption of music. Along with the album title, it serves as a sort of opening salvo or prelude that sets the tone for the music itself, and it is often the last image that remains in the listener's mind. It is the face of the music. With that in mind, here our picks for the best cover art of 2015.
Pusha T On A Joint LP With The-Dream, His Favorite Future Release & Beanie Sigel
On Friday, Pusha T dropped off the prelude to his highly anticipated album, King Push. Although acting as a warm-up album, Darkest Before Dawn is about as dope of an album as any rapper could wish for. Trimmed of any excess fat, Push keeps the album at 10 tracks, with features that compliment his dark style without overpowering him-- except for maybe that Beanie Sigel verse, as we discuss later in our interview. It might even be a better record than his debut, My Name Is My Name (should I be so bold as to say it?).
Hottest 50 Songs Of 2015
It's holiday season, and that means it's time to start rolling out the year-end lists. There was almost too much good music to handle, as notable releases week after week meant that only the hottest tracks were able to attain a shelf-life of longer than a couple of months.
Hottest Albums Of 2015
2015 was a pretty phenomenal year for music. After the relatively dry 2014, we thought it was a drought, but the overwhelming amount of material made making our year-end list both very easy and very difficult. On one hand, there was a wealth of album to choose from, but on the other hand, a lot of great stuff had to be left on the cutting room floor.
Charts Don't Lie: December 9th
It wasn't the most exciting week for releases, with Erykah Badu's But You Cain't Use My Phone being the sole big project. Outside of that, we saw the same players running the charts, with The Weeknd, Fetty Wap, and Bryson Tiller continuing to do numbers.Check out the full breakdown below.
Pusha T On Future: "He Will Go Down In History As A G.O.A.T."
Pusha T was the latest guest on Pitchfork's Over/Under series, and he has definitely set the record for the most times the word "GOAT" was uttered in the segment.There were three subjects that the GOOD Music president got particularly excited about, all of which he deemed GOATS, and highly underrated ones at that.1. Ric Flair
Most Searched Artists On HNHH Of 2015
We kicked off our annual year-end segments with the first part of Hottest 50 Songs of 2015. While you wait for the next two parts, we're releasing our list of the top 10 Most Searched Artists on the site over the past year.
Future Announces "Purple Reign Tour" With Ty Dolla $ign
Future's four Dirty Sprite 2 shows over the summer caused quite the ruckus/police overreaction. This morning, the rapper announced that he will be embarking on the "Purple Reign" tour in early 2016 and he's taking Ty Dolla $ign with him. At last, DS2 is getting a proper tour.
Charts Don't Lie: December 2nd
While we had debuts from Jadakiss, Tech N9ne and the Empire soundtrack, this was Adele's week. The UK songwriter moved 3.48 million equivalent units of her third album 25, making it simultaneously the biggest sales week of the year, the biggest selling album of the year, and the biggest sales week of ALL TIME. It replaces N'SYNC's previous record, in which they sold 2.416 million of their sophomore LP Bye Bye Bye in 2000.
Future Being Sued By Promoter For Reportedly A No-Show At Concert
In cases we wear quite often, Future is being sued by a promoter for reportedly bailing on a show, but there’s always two sides to every story he says. According to TMZ, promoter Robert Caillier filed a lawsuit against Future claiming he gave Future’s camp an advance of $15,000 for a show back in August of 2014, but Future never showed up, causing him to lose an anticipated $150K profit, plus the 15K advance.