It looks like buzzing Detroit spitter, Amir Obe, has himself a new home over at Def Jam. On Thursday, Amir took to twitter to announce the new deal, along with the release of his first video under his new home called “No Peace.”
Seemingly out of the blue, YG puts his label Def Jam on blast. From the looks of it, YG isn't happy with the way they've handled his releases, most notably his mixtape Red Friday, which leaked today. Here's what YG's first tweet said: "WTF?
Signing to Def Jam at the end of last summer, the fresh-faced 22-year-old Toronto singer who goes by his first name of Jahkoy is relatively new to the spotlight. Though he talks like he belongs, and he couldn’t be more excited to be here.
Frank Ocean seemingly masterminded an escape from his contract with Def Jam and it's parent company, Universal, when he completed his contractual obligations to the label with the visual album Endless and released Blonde as an independent a
So it turns out that Frank Ocean is more than just a troll these days, as he turned up late last night to share a 45-minute video of himself building a spiral staircase. Along with the footage, there was an album's worth of new music.
UPDATE: The "digital deluxe" version of LilDurk2x also includes a collab with Future entitled "Hated On Me." Those interested in going deluxe can pre-order the album here.
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Around the time the Graduation came out, I developed a philosophy for media consumption that I called the “Kanye rule.” Its premise was simple: judge art only for the contents within, not for the extraneous actions of the artist.
Jeremih's Late Nights: The Album finally hit stores on December 4th, and while, for a moment, everything finally seemed right in the Chicago singer's world, his sales figures didn't seem to line up with the demand for his long-awaited album.50 Cent recent
In 2010, Jeremih and 50 Cent teamed up for "Down On Me," a big record for both artist's careers, with Jeremih earning his second top 10 Billboard hit (proving he could match the success of "Birthday Sex") and 50 adding another smash to his repertoire after a b
This isn't exactly hip-hop, but as the Biebs has been spotted partying with just about every rapper out there, and as his new single, "What Do You Mean," generated some decent buzz on the site, we thought it right to share with you the newly revealed title of
Chicago rapper Montana of 300 has big plans for the near future, as he just posted a video on Facebook of himself at Kanye West's house, where he was also joined by Def Jam co-founder, and current co-president of Columbia Records, Rick Rubin.
CyHi The Prynce shook things up when he dropped "Elephant in the Room," a fictional narrative where he shot up the Def Jam offices while kidnapping Kanye West and throwing lyrical daggers at G.O.O.D. Music artists.
So this afternoon, we were not only surprised by the Chance The Rapper x Lil B mixtape dropping, but by CyHi The Prynce's apparent diss track, aimed at none other than Kanye West. CyHi has been signed to G.O.O.D.