A week ago, Alicia Keys announced a secret free concert in "one of the most important cities in the world." The next day, she revealed that place to be her hometown of New York City and said that the concert was less than a week away.
UPDATE: It's now known what prompted Kanye's sudden mid-show exit. Kim Kardashian was robbed and held at gunpoint at a private mansion in Paris, where she is for Paris Fashion Week. Read the full story here.
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Before Wale & Fabolous met up at WWE’s SummerSlam Sunday night at the Barclays Center, the MMG rapper put on a live concert in NYC earlier in the weekend, where he decided to perform some never-before-heard music featuring Travis Scott on the hook.
Starting tonight, the famed NYC musical institution Carnegie Hall will play host to the first of two tribute concerts in honor of the late David Bowie. The second show will take place tomorrow night at Radio City Music Hall.
Like many others who grew up long after the Native Tongues era of NY rap, my first exposure to a young Busta Rhymes came on A Tribe Called Quest’s bombastic single “Scenario.” The Low End Theory closing track featured Rhymes’ group Lead
Queens rapper Meyhem Lauren has dropped a new single off his upcoming album, Piatto D'Oro, on Fool's Gold Records. The track, "Sauce," is a chilled, cinematic piece of New York rap and it features Lauren's brother, who raps as Hologram.
Last night Fetty Wap and Post Malone's adjoining tour hit New York City, for the first of two shows in a row. It proved to be an eventful night (more on that to arrive with our review of the entire evening, stay tuned), with a surprise guest in 50 Cent.
As hip-hop's birthplace, New York definitely has more than its fair share of rappers and DJs we consider legendary. Today it's being reported we've lost one of them-- DJ Big Kap-- according to an early morning post from DJ Funk Flex.
We're closing in on a year since the untimely death of ASAP Yams, one of the creative minds behind the ASAP Mob movement. In honor of the fallen Mob member, ASAP Mob, led by Rocky, are putting on a tribute concert in New York City.
Yesterday (Dec. 12), Bas, Cozz, and Omen asked their fans if they were interested in participating in a Dreamville "crawl" in NYC. It turned out that what Dreamville had in store was three surprise shows in one night.