Our weekly "Charts Don't Lie" feature follows the rise and fall of various hip-hop and R&B albums' sales, and one of the recent mainstays on there has been Pharrell's hugely successful sophomore album, G I R L.
Though T.I.'s been in the news more this year for his disagreements with Floyd Mayweather than his actual music, the release of his next album, Paperwork, will surely change that. In a new interview with Bootleg Kev, T.I. speaks on the upcoming project and reveals a star-studded guest list.
The roll out for Ludaversal has been a lengthy one, to say the least. Luda gave us glimmers of hope that he'd get the ball moving when he dropped "Party Girls", however following it's release all we've received is radio silence.
In a press release from today, Odd Future has announced the line up for their upcoming annual Camp Flog Gnaw carnival. Of course you can expect some of the OFWGKTA members to be performing, as well as some of their friends. One such friend happens to be Pharrell Williams, who will headline the event.
Before Pusha T revamped his career as a GOOD Music artist under Kanye's wing, before Malice found God and added a "No" in front of his name, before Pharrell got lucky, happy, and blurred some lines, there was Clipse.
With his songs "Good Kisser" and "I Don't Mind" already competing (unofficially) for "R&B song of the year," Usher just revealed that he's about to drop yet another high-powered bomb on us. “She Came To Give It To You" will touch down at 7 AM tomorrow on Chicago’s WGCI 107.5, and will feature
According to Billboard.com, Nielsen SoundScan’s R&B/Hip Hop charts reports that album sales for R&B/Hip Hop are down 19 percent from this time last year. In 2013, 23.7 million albums were sold as opposed to this year’s 19.13 million.
As usual, this year's BET Awards were full of surprises. Beyonce and Jay Z went into the 2014 BET Awards ceremony leading with four nominations, but this was Pharrell and August Alsina's night. With two wins each, the performers proved that their charting albums were no fluke.
Pharrell's contribution to the music industry won't be forgotten any time soon, as the hitmaker is receiving his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. P is among 30 honorees who will receive a Hollywood star in 2015, as the Walk of Fame Selection Committee announced on Thursday.