Travi$ Scott unveils his biggest clothing collection yet with the help of Maharishi.
A while back we reported on collaboration brewing between Travi$ Scott and Maharishi, and English clothing brand. Today, a small capsule collection of Travi$ Scott attire has become available on Maharishi’s online store.
When Puma proudly published their 4th quarter earnings for 2015, the numbers showed the athletic-wear brand had surpassed their projected earning by a respectable $34.5 million. Puma’s CEO was quick to point to their budding collaboration with Rihanna as a reason for the brand’s success, particularly her ability to move footwear.
Even though he’s been featured on a ton of new songs these past few months, most notably on the intro for Kanye’s latest album The Life Of Pablo, Chance The Rapper hasn’t released a solo project in a hot minute. But good news fam, that may be changing here later this month.
We’ve been patiently waiting on Danny Brown’s first album since Old took the hip hop world by storm back in 2013. Apparently, it’s been finished for at least a month. On verge of beginning a short tour through Australia, Danny Brown had an in-depth conversation with The AU Review and revealed a few things about his upcoming album.
It was yet another big week on Instagram. PartyNextDoor got in the studio with with Noah Shebib, 50 Cent posed with the dude who got pistol whipped by Rick Ross, and Kehlani, Kylie Jenner, Beyonce, and Karrueche were up to their usual bag of tricks. And more! Take a look at some of the best hip hop Instagram posts of the week after the jump.
Allan Kingdom, a 22-year-old rapper from St.
Shortly after giving the most hilarious interview of the year -- all in under two minutes, Birdman has shared the release date of two upcoming albums that he's involved in. First up is his recently announced solo album, which will be his first since 2009's Priceless. Dedicated to his late mother, Ms. Gladys is set to arrive on June 24. #MSGLADYS #CASHMONEYRICHGANG
Aesop Rock has been a favorite artist of lyrically inclined hip hop heads for the better part of twenty years. Today, he released his seventh studio album The Impossible Kid, his first since 2012's Skelethon.
DJ Khaled scored a gig opening for Beyonce on the "Formation" tour, which kicked off yesterday in Miami. It looks like Khaled may have earned himself a (temporary) position as Chance the Rapper's hypeman in one of Chance's upcoming videos.
This week's biggest Instagram event would have to be the reunion of YG and DJ Mustard. Before taking the stage together at Coachella, the two made an official announcement that they were back at it, writing, "For a whole year me and this nigga @djmustard ain't been BOOL "at all" But niggaz FINALLY sat it down and holla'D like some successful azz day 1's pose 2 & uhhhhhhh now....
A day after settling his beef with producer Metro Boomin, Thugger has now tweeted some inflammatory remarks at Miami veteran Trick Daddy. Thug was instigated by Trick Daddy's recent appearance on The Breakfast Club, the morning show that, last month, Thug called "the devil."
The Nike Cortez is one of Nike oldest silhouettes, and its popularity is greatest in the hip hop hotbed of Compton, California. Some of So Cal's biggest emcees have rocked the Cortez, like Snoop Dogg, Eazy E and Kendrick Lamar (before he adopted Reebok as his sneaker of choice).
Quentin Miller's infamous reference tracks for Drake and PartyNextDoor's slightly less infamous reference track for Rihanna have offered fascinating insight into the relationship between songwriters and the stars who bring their songs into the public sphere.
Meek Mill is making it a tradition to drop new music at the same time as Drake.
Dawn Richard is used to being a couple of steps ahead. Signed and releasing music since 2004, the New Orleans singer has seen every side of the industry in her decade-plus career, from the pinnacle of major label excess to the humbling and freeing independent grind. As unpredictable as it's been, she's managed to push her sound forward with every release.
John Legend & his wife Chrissy Teigen shared some exciting news on Monday when the superstar couple announced that they’re expecting their first child together. Taking to Instagram, Chrissy revealed the news by posting a photo of her husband touching her pregnant belly, and a caption that read the following,
There is much we can learn from rap Instagram, much to read between the lines as rappers attempt to craft their image without pesky publicists looking over their shoulder. Take a look at some of the best hip hop Instagram posts of the week after the jump.
What would hip hop even look like if we lived in a world where Prince never existed? It'd be much less colorful and funky, I"m sure, and some of its most vibrant artists would never have had the courage to step out of the box were it not for one of the weirdest artists of all time.
Back in January, Gorillaz's illustrator Jamie Hewlett posted a new Gorillaz cartoon on Instagram, exciting fans with the comment: "Yes. Gorillaz Returns." Since then, we haven't heard a peep out of the duo, but today we get more good news and a confirmation that an album will (really) soon be in the works.
The lead up to the release of Drake’s Views From The Six has been short on details and long on rumors. We’ve seen a number of social media posts from both Drake and his producer/friend Noah “40” Shebib suggesting that they are in the “home stretch” of recording.
Fans got a taste of Views tonight, and they're now eager to get the full vision.
Even as little as nine months ago, no one would have really expected Birdman and Lil Wayne to beef.
Welcome to the first installment of Mixtape Corner, a feature that will focus on the free projects that don't get reviewed, but still warrant your attention.
Though the charges are still unknown, it appears that South Florida rapper Kodak Black has been arrested. The news comes courtesy of DJ Akademiks, who obtained a video of Kodak being led into the backseat of a police SUV. The persons who filmed the video can be heard yelling out, "Project Baby!" referring to Kodak's nickname as well as the title of his first mixtape.
In a 2016 that will give us Kanye West's SWISH and Drake's Views From the 6, one of the most anticipated projects of year is Chance the Rapper's third mixtape and follow up to his celebrated Acid Rap, which he released almost three years ago. Chance has built hype for the project with the first two singles - "Angels" feat. Saba and "Somewhere in Paradise" feat.
Kodak Black is the best high-school rapper in the country. The 18-year-old from Pompano Beach, Florida also happens to be one of a few young artists on Drake's radar.
Well it looks like Mac Miller isn’t the only one who can’t stand Donald Trump (aside from most of America). On Thursday, Chris Brown decided to also go at the GOP presidential frontrunner on Instagram.
After taking a break over the holidays/daze, we've returned with Staff Picks in all it's playlist glory. Although music in general slowed down over the holiday season, things seem to be picking back up this week, as is reflected in the Staff Picks playlist.
The beef between Young Thug and Game is officially back on. Thug suspected Game of sneak-dissing him on his recent Breakfast Club interview, and he has now responded to Game (and Charlamagne) on Instagram. UPDATE: Game has chirped back. And they're now going at it on Instagram. See their back and forth below.