Travis Scott Confirms Apple Music Deal; Says He’s Working On Short Film For New Album
As we expected & reported last week, Travis Scott is indeed the latest rapper to sign with Apple Music. On Monday, the Houston rapper called into Shade 45’s The Whoolywood Shuffle & confirmed the news live on-air.
Ty Dolla $ign's "Campaign" To Feature Meek Mill, Travis Scott, Migos, Wiz Khalifa & More
Since releasing his excellent debut album, Free TC, in November of last year, Ty Dolla $ign has appeared on a number of features but hasn't yet given fans a project in 2016. Last month, however, Ty announced two upcoming mixtapes: Beach House 3 and Campaign. Earlier today, he premiered the title track of the latter project. "Campaign" is a heavy club anthem featuring Future that finds each of the melodic hitmen at his most ratchet.
Travis Scott Signs A Deal With Apple Music?
It looks like Travi$ Scott might be joining team Drizzy & company over at Apple Music. On Thursday night, the Houston trapper posted a cryptic message on Instagram, presumably announcing his new deal with the streaming service.
4th Of July Playlist
However you may feel about the Fourth of July, chances are you'll be spending at least part of your day off with friends and family, watching some fireworks, and very importantly, listening to music. There's no better way to celebrate than with some great tunes -- as even President Obama will be spending the evening taking in a White House concert performance from Janelle Monae and Kendrick Lamar this evening. As there will be many barbecues to soundtrack today, we've put together a Spotify playlist with some of our favorite summer records from 2016 so far.
The Best Hip Hop Songs (On Spotify) Of June 2016
ICYMI: HNHH recently launched a Spotify playlist called FIRE EMOJI: The Hottest Hip Hop Songs Right Now. The 40-track playlist is updated on a daily basis. It lives on Spotify and thus is inherently imperfect, because not all supa-hot hip hop songs have been added to Spotify (e.g. those recent ScHoolboy Q releases). Still, the playlist is generally representative of the best new releases in hip hop.
Travis Scott: "My Album Is Coming Out In A Week"
We have heard many promises regarding Travis Scott's upcoming project, and we're unsure what to believe at this point, but according to a statement made at a show over the weekend, Scott's album is very close.
Top Tracks: June 20 - June 26
Summer officially began this past week, and with it came a whole bevy of huge tracks, most of the biggest ones being collabs. There's something decidedly warm weather about the low-stakes posse cut, and that's mainly what our list consists of this week. All but two of these ten tracks didn't appear on last week's Top Ten, with a bunch of stuff falling off in the past week.
Top Tracks: June 13 - June 19
For ten out of the 24 weeks of 2016 we've experienced thus far, Drake has held the top spot in our Top 100 tracks list. Similar to the streak VIEWS is currently enjoying at the top of the Billboard charts, Drizzy's dominance in our metric of streaming-and-viewing success is pretty astounding, especially considering the mixed reaction his new album received.
Juicy J Announces New Single Featuring Travis Scott
Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa delivered a project full of new material quite recently, after teaming up with producer TM88 for the three-way album Rude Awakening. Lest we forget, we're still waiting on Juicy's solo album, THC: The Hustle Continues.
Top Tracks: June 6 - June 12
Let's face it, as far as high-profile tracks go, there's no way this week (or any week really) could have lived up to the seven days that preceded it. Drake, Kanye, Jay Z, Justin Bieber, Gucci Mane, Travi$ Scott, and Pusha T all joined forces with some combination of one another to make for the craziest batch of tracks we've seen in such a short span this year.
Kanye West's "Champions" To Hit iTunes Tonight As 1st "Cruel Winter" Single
UPDATE: Kanye West's "Champions" single has arrived in the US iTunes store. Find it here.
Top Tracks: May 30 - June 5
Do you ever get the feeling that hip hop's current class of elites is more of a group of superfriends than ever before? Let's play six degrees of separation with this week's top ten tracks-- the most momentous batch in recent memory. At the top we've got DJ Khaled, who's collaborated with more of rap's A- B- and C-listers in his career than arguably anyone else, and who's accompanied by Drake.
Summer Jam 2016 Recap
“SEVERE WEATHER ALERT: A storm is expected to hit between 6:00pm – 7:30pm. For your safety, please seek shelter in your vehicles.” Thus began Summer Jam 2016.
Travis Scott Blasts 300 For Taking Down "Pick Up The Phone"
Travis Scott's new release "Pick Up the Phone" featuring Young Thug and Quavo was up on the rapper's SoundCloud page all of a few hours last night before it was taken down. Scott explained the force behind the song's removal in a Friday morning Twitter rang: Young Thug's label 300 Ent.
Travis Scott Will Be On One Of Kid Cudi's New Albums
The other day, Kid Cudi confirmed with fans via twitter that he's got not one but two new albums in the works. One of those two albums already has a title, Passion, Pain & DEMON SLAYIN', while he's yet to reveal the second album's title.
Travis Scott Hints That New Music Is Dropping This Week
At his recent show in Atlanta, Travis Scott assured his fans at that his new project, Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight, would materialize within a few days. It's now been over a week and fans have been getting increasingly anxious for the release. Sensing the demand for new music, Travis has addressed his fans on Twitter, revealing that he and his label, Epic Records, have been working on a way to "do this right".
Travis Scott's "Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight" To Drop Any Day Now
It's been over eight months since Rodeo, and La Flame fans are more than ready for a new album. Travis Scott created a massive buzz last week when he announced two upcoming projects, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight and Astroworld. He revealed the titles of the projects during a concert in Houston and referred to them both as albums.
Travis Scott Speaks On "Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight" Title
Recently, Travis Scott got fans excited when he confirmed his next two projects; Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight followed by his album Astroworld.
Days After Rodeo: A Travis Scott Timeline
It's been seven months since Travis Scott dropped his debut album Rodeo. His buzz grew steadily leading up to the album, and exponentially following the album's release. Of course, touring with Rihanna (on top of relationship rumors) didn't hurt, and Travis has also consistently kept his name in the blogosphere circle thanks to a stream of leaks (both unofficial and official).
Travis Scott Announces Title Of Album To Follow "Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight" Project
Travis Scott has been working on some flame-worthy music lately; we can tell as much from the various leaks, snippets and unfinished records that have been previewed in the last few months.