If it weren't for the weird for-pay nature of Drake's new "mixtape" then all five of these tracks would come from the 6 God.
That's not to say the rest of the week was terrible. Our Top 100 chart contained a number of notable tracks.
Chance The Rapper has already established that his follow-up to Acid Rap will be a much looser endeavor, driven by the free-flowing instrumentation of his friends and collaborators The Social Experiment moreso than his own vocals.
At this point, the N.W.A. biopic, "Straight Outta Compton", is pretty much under wraps. An extended trailer was just released this week, with actor Corey Hawkins playing the all-important role of Dr. Dre.
Back in 2013 a photo surfaced of Madge hanging out with the then-rising Chance The Rapper. The photo circulated the internet quickly, and more than just hanging out backstage after Chance's show, the two ended up collaborating on Madonna's new album Rebel Heart.
Earlier today, GQ unveiled a new interview with Chance The Rapper (in which he reveals that Andre 3000, J Cole and Frank Ocean are on his debut album), and now, the precocious Chicagoan pops up in the pages of another prominent magazine: The Fader.
Chance The Rapper's gotten himself some pretty famous fans. In a new interview with GQ (check out a pic from the photoshoot above), the Chicago native spoke on his yet-to-be-titled debut album, revealing that Frank Ocean, Andre 3000 and J. Cole all make appearances on it.
Chance the Rapper and an all-star team of celebrities helped Get Schooled and 3000 Chicago public high school students celebrate the raising of $100,000 for six Chicago high schools and six Community Based Organizations which earned the most points in the "Get Connected Challenge."Get Schooled, a non-profit organi
Madonna had the inconvenience of having demo versions of half of her album leak late least year, causing her to rush release 6 tracks well before the release of the album. At the time, Madge had not even secured a final tracklist, but today, she's released the official selection.
Making the Forbes list in an honor often romanticized in rap, and if the latest "30 under 30" list is any indication, more and more hip hop and R&B artists will find themselves in the Forbes tax bracket.