Frank Ocean first revealed himself as a generational songwriting talent on his 2011 debut nostalgia, ULTRA, then emerged as a full-blown star on the strength of the 2012's Channel Orange, which amounted to a series of vignettes about wealth, drugs, f
In promotion of Kevin Durant's recently released "Mic Drop" Nike KD9, the Warriors forward [still getting used to that] sat down with Rob Markman from Genius to discuss all things music including what it's like to be name dropped by so many high profile artist
Today marks the 22nd anniversary of O.J. Simpson's white Bronco police chase. O.J. is locked up now at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada for committing armed robbery. Even from behind bars, O.J.
Drake Day is upon us: VIEWS has arrived. With such an album that has generated a nearly unprecedented amount of hype over the course of several months, the impulse is to consume the album immediately upon its release.
YG already knew he was going to have to deal with the repercussions of releasing the controversial “Fuck Donald Trump” record with Nipsey Hussle earlier this month, so it shouldn’t come as much of a shock to hear that the Secret Service
Last night was a memorable one for hip-hop heads. Thanks to LeBron, TDE let loose a project of Kendrick Lamar album throwaways, which is sounding better than just about any album since the one they didn't make it onto.
W Magazine had 13 different celebrities read lyrics from Drake's single "Hotline Bling," and compiled them together to create one hilarious rendition. Who doesn't want to see Bryan Cranston aka Walter White read "Hotline Bling" lyrics?