Kelis has been low-key these days, but she's still been putting in work and promoting her new album FOOD. When she was out at SXSW earlier this year, she did the only thing that makes sense and used an actual food truck to help get the word out about FOOD.
Future is finally getting ready to release his sophomore album, Honest on April 22nd. The album is set to feature guest appearances from Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa, Young Scooter, Drake, Andre 3000, Pusha T, Pharrell, Casino, and more.
Blu released the first taste of his forthcoming album Good To Be Home at the beginning of March, with the ode to L.A. "The West." Today we've learned that Good To Be Home will actually be a double disc album, each disc containing ten records.
Iamsu! is ready to release his debut album, Sincerely Yours, after a long road filled with well-received mixtapes (see), on May 13th. The HBK Gang representer unveiled the official album artwork for Sincerely Yours as well as the tracklist today.
The typical roll out date for new albums seems to be in the past doesn't it? After Jay taught us #NewRules, and Beyonce and Kid Cudi changed the game with their surprise albums, it now seems rappers nowadays need some unique strategy plan to release their project.
Chuck Inglish has been in the game for a minute, first emerging on the scene with Sir Michael Rocks in their duo The Cool Kids, and then subsequently launching into a solo career. Despite releasing plenty of material since then, Chuck is only now releasing his debut solo album, which will see release on April 8th.
As we reported on last week, Wu-Tang Clan are taking Jay Z's #newrules hashtag to new levels (in the words of Meek Mill, there are levels to this shit), with the release of a singular copy of an album recorded in complete secrecy, The Wu- Once Upon A Time In Shaolin.
Tech N9ne has been building quite a following for himself over the years, from music, to tours, to merch, the eccentric rapper has quite an empire for an independent artist. He's also been putting in work for his label Strange Music, for which he's assembled a strong roster.
For those dwelling under rocks, veteran hip-hop duo Mobb Deep dropped their eightth studio album this morning, that being The Infamous Mobb Deep. It's their first collaborative project since 2006's Blood Money, their only G-Unit Records release.
DJ Mustard has been gradually commandeering the radio waves over the last year, producing hits for the likes of YG, Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign, Kid Ink, Jennifer Lopez and more. His reach is only broadening with none other than Justin Bieber premiering a new song with the producer last week.
Keyshia Cole's last album was 2012's Woman To Woman, which featured collaborators such as Meek MIll, Lil Wayne, Ashanti, and The-Dream. Cole's upcoming album will also have it's share of collaborators, but according to the singer, she'll be handling the majority of the songwriting this time around.