According to HipHopDX, the tracklist for Jay-Z's imminent Magna Carta Holy Grail album has been revealed via a viral Hip Hop scavenger hunt in Brooklyn, part of his #NEWRULES marketing campaign with Samsung.
Obama Takes White House Correspondents’ Dinner Stage To DJ Khaled's "All I Do Is Win," Addresses Jay-Z Apr 28, 2013 at 10:08am
As reported by HipHop-N-More, President Barack Obama took the stage at the annual White House Correspondent's Dinner last night to DJ Khaled's "All I Do Is Win." Before beginning his speech, he grooved to the music and said: "How do you like my new entrance m
Bobby Ray is often cited as one of today’s underrated rappers. In the past, his hip hop game has come under fire for infusing pop and rock into his music. He’s also been dubbed a “sell-out” many a time, for creating radio winners.
Freddie Gibbs' ESGN (Evil Seeds Grow Naturally) album leaked this morning, more than two weeks before it's scheduled release date of July 9th. As such, he's decided to release it officially as well. The 19-track project features G.I.
As reported by OnSMASH, Mac Miller just announced the release date for his upcoming Watching Movies With The Sound Off album via a live Ustream session.
It’s been nine years since Missy Elliott last released an album, and by the looks of things, we’ll have to keep on waiting. The hip-hop icon recently explained why she’s been taking her time to release new music.
Over the years, the Southwest By Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas has become a forum for artists to meet, collaborate and party, and this year was no exception. Most notably, Pharrell Williams shared a photo himself working with T.I.
Whether you're feeling mad, or high, or anxious, or sexy, or you just got paid, or you wanna turn up, or get inspired, or well, anything, HotNewHipHop has you covered.
In a recent interview with RapFix Live, Wale soberly discussed the potential impact of his next studio album, as well as his new approach to promotion and music in general: "I've done everything I could do, I've said everything I could say.
As reported by HipHopDX, J. Cole, The Roots, Ne-Yo, Jill Scott and John Mayer will be headlining Philadelphia's free 4th of July Jam at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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