Check out some bts clips of Rihanna's upcoming video for "Work" featuring Drake.
Well it looks like Rihanna’s new video for “Work” is about to surface soon. On Friday, RiRi decided to take to her snapchat story to reveal some behind the scenes clips of her upcoming video with Drake.
Young Thug, inspired by his once-mentor, has officially taken flight. The cover to his new mixtape, I'm Up, shows a winged Thugger flying above the world, which is melting into an appropriately slimy substance in a pair of giant cupped hands, which presumably also, somehow, belong to Thug.
The man just doesn't stop working. Fresh off the release of his Purple Reign project, Future continues his rap dominance by sharing yet another new album for us tonight called EVOL.
Yesterday, legendary Pacers' shooter Reggie Miller, who is a current NBA commentator for TNT, contacted Drake on Twitter and challenged him to a game of ping pong, which happens to be one of the OVO rapper's favorite hobbies.
Although Young Thug pulled a fast one on us, and decided to drop a 9-song project titled I'm Up, instead of Slime Season 3, the good news is, SS3 is still coming.
Things are starting to look up for Meek Mill. After a rough end to 2015, getting torched by Drake in the first half of their beef and then getting burned by a judge for violating a 9 year old parole, his luck is turning.
After a first week that yielded only 460 album sales (and 1.47 million free downloads), Rihanna's ANTI has soared to the top of the charts and dethroned Adele's 25. According to Hits Daily Double, ANTI moved 172,235 units (include streams), putting Rihanna well ahead of 25, which moved 112,645 units.
Drake’s OVO brand has mostly been in the headlines for their Air Jordan collaborations, but they don’t just do sneakers. The brand’s Spring 2016 collection is dropping this weekend, and we’ve got all the best looks right here.
It's about that time. With the weekend imminent, as well as the SuperBowl, you surely need a playlist that will soundtrack your every move. This week's playlist is ultra-modern, occupied almost exclusively by a new generation of artists-- Young Thug, Roy Wood$, Tinashe, Jazz Cartier, Belly and more (we'll just glide over 2 Chainz, he's a strange case in that he's old-but-new).
The 20th anniversary of Mobb Deep’s classic 1996 Hell on Earth album is coming up this year, and the Queensbridge duo is releasing new music and going on tour to celebrate. Much like they did with the 20th anniversary of The Infamous, Havoc and Prodigy will be releasing some unheard songs from their Hell on Earth recording sessions via a deluxe re-issue of the album.
Hopefully people haven’t forgotten already, but Tracy McGrady was once one of the most exciting offensive players in the NBA. Just watch this video of him scoring 13 points in 33 seconds versus the San Antonio Spurs if you don’t remember or don’t believe us.
Last week, tickets began selling for a simultaneous worldwide streaming event for Kanye West’s Swish/Waves/So Help Me God album release and Yeezy Season 3 fashion show. However, US tickets were not yet available. Today, that happened.
Last week, Chicago rapper Chief Keef sent out a tweet (since deleted) asking fans to "throw eggs and shit in a bag and rocks and all that" at a specific house in Minneapolis. He never explained the tweet, and even though it was deleted, cops still showed up to monitor the house and make sure nothing happened.
In the barrage of projects dropping this Friday, don't sleep on Dizzy Wright, who stands to benefit the most from the recent collapse of his old label Funk Volume. Indeed, Dizzy continues with to radiate positive vibes with Wisdom and Good Vibes EP, his new 8-track project.
Remember Zola? The internet moves fast so you can’t be blamed for missing it, but she was the source of one of the more entertaining stories to ever come directly from Twitter last October. You can read the whole thing here.
Battle rap is quickly growing as a culture. What was almost completely relegated to street corners and Youtube a few years ago has garnered national recognition, more tv programming, Pay-Per-View events, and other attention of the mainstream media. Hip Hop icons like Eminem and Snoop Dogg have put on events for the battle scene and at this rate things can only continue to expand.
As you might expect, awhole gang of A-listers is already lined up to perform at the 58th Grammys: Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, Adele, Justin Bieber, Diplo, Skrillex, Lionel Richie, Lady Gaga and Ellie Goulding. Friday morning, the Grammys announced that Rihanna be taking the stage, fresh off the release of her 8th studio album ANTI.
Wiz Khalifa may have made headlines this past week when he and Kanye West had some choice words for one another on twitter, but what better timing for all that to go down than just days before the release of his new album Khalifa.
Today is about to be lit with new album releases. From Wiz Khalifa & Trae The Truth to Majid Jordan & Boosie Badazz, fans will have their headphones filled with all sorts of new music as we roll into the weekend.
The time has come. After weeks of promotion, which included a new pre-order song every Friday, OVO production duo, Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman b.k.a Maijd Jordan, have finally released their highly anticipated self-titled debut album today on iTunes.
In similar fashion as Boosie Badazz, Trae Tha Truth decided to make his new album, Tha Truth Pt. 2, available to be streamed in its entirety before it officially drops later tonight on iTunes.
After kicking off the year with the album In My Feelings (Goin Through It), which went over his recent encounter with cancer, Boosie Badazz decides to waste little time in sharing its follow up effort called Out My Feeling (In My Past).
Those who follow Drake on Instagram are well aware of his love for ping pong, as well as the rather impressive level of skill he brings to the table. As this year's NBA All-Star weekend takes place in Toronto, another table tennis enthusiast, Reggie Miller, who will be announcing the All-Star Game for TNT, is looking to set up a match with the 6's hometown hero.
A video involving Waka Flocka and a seemingly anonymous female intruder has recently gone viral. Uploaded on January 24, the video, titled "Woman confronts Waka Flocka Flame," has now accumulated over 1.3 million views.
Meek Mill can rest easy, for now, as 50 Cent is back to toying with his favorite foe: Sean "Puffy" Combs. The Bad Boy mogul was the subject of one of the day's most sensational news stories, as outlets such as the New York Daily News ran a story about a retired LAPD officer who claims to have evidence that Puff paid $1 million to an L.A. Crip to kill Tupac Shakur.
Soon after leading Rita Ora's highly revealing cover shoot for Lui magazine, fashion photographer Terry Richardson has now taken on a male subject, The Weeknd, for what looks to be an in-depth profile piece for British GQ.
Tupac Shakur was only 25 years old when he passed in 1996. People have been searching for answers (and culprits) ever since, but the LAPD’s numerous investigations haven’t been able to identify the killer. Numerous conspiracy theories have floated around, going as far as to suggest that Tupac feigned his death and is sipping tropical drinks on an island somewhere.
Scott Storch has been in the hip hop game for over two decades. Since 1993, he's been laying down his signature sound with everybody from The Roots, whom he started his career with, to Dr. Dre to Gucci Mane.
Beyoncé has "cleaned house," firing much of her old management team in lieu of a brand new one, reports PageSix.