Rick Ross just dropped off a new leak from Black Market, "Crocodile Python," which coincides with the album pre-order becoming available for Black Market, as well as his new magazine cover of The Source's holiday issue.
Tinashe is working her way towards JOYRIDE, although she hasn't revealed a proper release date yet, all signs point to the fact it's coming soon. Whenever it does arrive though, it's sure to propel Tinashe all the way into pop stardom, if that's not alrea
We've gotten our hopes up for the return of Missy Elliott a few times over the past several years, but all too often the hope has fizzled out, before the buzz had even started.
In September, Drake appeared on the cover of the FADER 100 issue, his first magazine cover (and interview) since his infamous February 2014 Rolling Stone cover story that led to a spat with Jay Z.
The Weeknd just keeps taking Ws. The singer hasn't let go of Billboard's #1 on the Hot 100 with his massive single "The Hills," which recently became even more massive thanks to two remixes, one from Eminem and one from Nicki Minaj.
Although Beyonce is apparently not doing any real interviews, she still nabs magazine cover after magazine cover. For her recent cover with Flaunt magazine, she actually did a thought bubble/word association game instead of a proper interview (lol).
Rihanna has already appeared on several magazine covers this year, but her latest is a special one, as she has been named one of "The Greats" by T Magazine of The New York Times.
Nicki Minaj took the wig back real quick for her latest cover, on New York Times Magazine. The colorful cover finds Nicki Minaj staring directly at us, with a white-blonde wig, and a royal blue latex top, contrasted by the bright yellow background.
The Fader already unveiled a huge cover for their 100th issue, with Drake picking his teeth with a toothpick on the celebratory issue. However they've just now unveiled a second cover, with an equally big much bigger star- Rihanna.
After Khloe Kardashian put her legendary booty meat on display on the last cover of Complex magazine, Justin Bieber snags the Oct/Nov cover.
NME is kicking off their weekly, free magazine strong with Rihanna as the cover star. The free magazine launches its first edition on September 18th, and ahead of it hitting newsstands on Friday, the outlet has revealed the cover shot.
Kid Ink nabs the new cover of Urban Ink, and he's joined by his equally-tatted up fiancée, Asiah Azante. Ink and Asiah just recently got engaged, so this serves as a nice way of celebrating.
Beyonce looks as flawless as ever on the cover of Flaunt magazine, rocking a braided ponytail for her black & white close-up shot.
In the wake of Future's post-breakup bender that's produced some of the best music of his career, Ciara's underperforming recent album, and her sexless relationship with NFL quarterback Russell Wilson, the R&B singer has been in the news for everything but
Here goes yet another magazine cover, with Dr. Dre and Ice Cube featured prominently. However, unlike the recent Rolling Stone cover and the Hollywood Reporter issue, Billboard nabs the actual N.W.A line-up for their cover.
After appearing on the cover of the Hollywood Reporter alongside "Straight Outta Compton" rappers, Dr. Dre and Ice Cube nab the cover of Rolling Stone together.
Young Thug's become rap's favorite weirdo, whether that means trolling him or praising his earworm music, he gets a sufficient division of both.
Bay Area singer Kehlani has come a long way since last year's Cloud 19 tape (our main entry point to her music), signing with Atlantic, touring relentlessly and showing marked improvement on this spring's You Should Be Here.
Yesterday, Complex unveiled a steamy photo shoot with Khloe Kardashian and the accompanying interview about the many trending topics surrounding her life (Kylie, Tyga, French Montana, Amber Rose etc).
Khloe Kardashian, the most outspoken Kardashian of the bunch, is on the cover of Complex's August/September issue. The youngest Kardashian sister posed for Complex in high-fashion work-out attire, and spoke with the magazine out in L.A.
With the anticipated film about N.W.A, "Straight Outta Compton," hitting theatres on August 14th, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and the actors who play them grace the cover of the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter.
Earlier this afternoon XXL unveiled their 2015 XXL Freshmen cover after much anticipation. The cover's been a long time coming, with artists pushing for their spot several months ago.
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