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Grammys Would Consider Adding A Free Music Category
Under the Recording Academy's current rules, music must be "commercially released" to be eligible for a Grammy nomination. This eligibility requirement does not reflect the current music climate, in which many projects are released for free, e.g. mixtapes.
Future Has "3 Albums+ Of RnB Bangers" According To Ebro
While Future’s musical output has swung more in the pure rap direction recently, he has never shied away from cross-over R&B tracks.
Young Thug Lyrics We Don't Understand From "Barter 6"
Young Thug's Barter 6 has been surrounded by controversy ever since the would-be title, Tha Carter 6, was revealed, and finally leading up to its ultimate release on April 16th.
Charles Hamilton Releases Entire Discography For Free
Charles Hamilton is nothing if not an enigma, and his latest move is yet another that has surprised and thrilled.
Universal Targets Mixtapes Being Sent To Prison Inmates In New Lawsuit
While us average folk can easily and legally listen or download the latest music thanks to music platforms like iTunes, Amazon, Google Play (and the list goes on), prison inmates don't have the same accessibility to these sites.