Kanye West has been known for his unique marketing strategies over the years, whether it was projecting videos on buildings during the rollout of Yeezus or selling out MSG for a fashion show & the first listen to The Life of Pablo, Kanye has always done th
Donald Glover is currently preparing for the upcoming debut of his "Atlanta" TV series on FX, and he's also engaged in the filming of next summer's "Spider-Man: Homecoming," in which he'll play an undisclosed character.
Last Monday, we gave our congratulations to Drake after the Canadian rapper snagged his first #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, with VIEWS record "One Dance." Unfortunately, the honor has swiftly passed, as Justin Timberlake arrives at #1 this week i
ASAP TyY has built a steady buzz for himself on the internet over the past year or so, releasing singles like “Remain The Same” & ”O Well” in the process, but now it’s project time.
LA based artist Moxie Raia has built a nice steady buzz for herself over the past few months thanks in part to her Pusha T-featured single “On My Mind,” which put her first on the map last month.
Westside Gunn has emerged as one of New York's most promising up-and-coming emcees. His cinematic soundscapes and eye for street-level detail have earned him comparisons to certain Wu-Tang members, but his imagination is all his own.
Lil Yachty has been building quite the buzz for himself on the internet this past year, appearing on OVO Sound Radio thanks to his single “Minnesota,” aligning himself with fashion sus artists Ian Connor and Playboi Carti, and even serving as a mod
It looks like Earl Sweatshirt fans have something to look forward to once again. On Monday night, Earl put on a show at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California where he decided to treat the fans in attendance to five (5) never before heard records.
Travi$ Scott is not only opening for The Weeknd on a stadium tour every night, he's getting turnt even further at shows that follow his opening sets, in whichever city he happens to be in. In some cases, these are shows in between "The Madness" shows.
To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of T-Pain’s break out debut album Rappa Ternt Sanga, NPR decided to host an intimate concert at their Washington D.C. headquarters where T-Pain performed many of his biggest hits.