- BTS Photos: Video Shoot For J. Cole & Miguel's "Power Trip"Mar 17, 2013 at 08:11pmJ. Cole dropped the first single from his upcoming sophomore album a couple months back, and now the rapper and R&B star Miguel have wrapped filming the visuals for "Power Trip". The shoot saw the duo head back to Cole's hometown of Fayettenam, the same spot he filmed the "Who Dat" video.
- J. Cole Says "Power Trip" Reminds Him Of "Cry Me A River"Feb 20, 2013 at 06:49pmFans were becoming impatient with J. Cole as he continued to push back his solo album and not satiate their appetites with new music. Recently, the N.C. rapper responded by dropping a five track EP, Truly Yours, and followed
- Talib Kweli Talks Recording With Kendrick Lamar, Nelly & Miguel On New AlbumFeb 12, 2013 at 06:39pmHeralded as one of the most talented emcees to ever grab a mic, Talib Kweli has been hard at work on his latest album Prisoner Of Consciousness, which will include some nice features. While in Detroit for Dilla Day, honoring the memory of J Dilla, the Brooklyn emcee discussed how some of the features came
- Performances From Wiz Khalifa, Miguel, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Frank Ocean & More At GrammysFeb 11, 2013 at 10:01amThe 55th Annual Grammys took place last night, and every year they see memorable performances from a variety of artists. This year saw several hip-hop/ r'n'b artists perform, and in case you missed the awards ceremony, we've aggregated all the hip-hop-related performance here.Scroll down to see performances from Wiz Khalifa, Miguel, Rihanna, Bruno Mars, LL Cool J, and more.
- Wiz Khalifa & Miguel Added To 2013 Grammy PerformersFeb 6, 2013 at 06:04pmThe pool of performers at this year’s Grammy Awards continues to get deeper as a couple an R&B and also a hip hop act was added, joining previously announced Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Frank Ocean, and
- Charts Don't Lie: November 4thNov 4, 2012 at 10:27amThis week's Charts Don't Lie finds Kendrick Lamar sitting atop the list for good reason. His debut album moved impressive amounts for a hip-hop album, and landed at #2, if it wasn't for Taylor Swift's enormous teen fan base, maybe we would have seen an emcee at #1. Either way, it's good to see fans supporting hip-hop artists.