Hangout Musical Festival just announced their 2016 lineup for the epic weekend about to go down on the Gulf Coast in Gulf Shores, Alabama on May 20-22. The Weeknd will headline along with Calvin Harris and Florence + the Machine.
The Nightly Show has gotten plenty of rappers like Joey Bada$$, The Game, and Mac Miller to come in and talk about controversial social and political issues, particularly those pertaining to race.
Raury just dropped his debut All We Need, and naturally, he's now on the promo tour. The Breakfast Club is always an essential stop, so the rapper shot the shit with DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God, talking about discussing his Atlanta roots.
Raury's debut album, All We Need, is out today, and to ring in the occasion, Raury and his band stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden last night to perform one of the album's singles, "Friends." The XXL Freshman dropped off the feel-good track,
A year after dropping his critically acclaimed EP Indigo Child, Raury releases his debut album All We Need.
While some artists spend forever in a limbo trying to get their debut album out, only to suffer in the process as their buzz dwindles (ahem, Gunplay, ahem), Raury is not one of those artists.
Raury's debut album comes out this coming Friday, and today he's shared a brand new track that won't be appearing on the LP.
The best part of the BET Hip Hop Awards is the cypher. It has produced a ton of great moments over they years, including Kendrick Lamar's epic verse in the TDE 2013 cypher.
Raury just made a memorable television debut with his statement against Donald Trump last night, and now he's ready to hit the road. The Atlanta rapper and singer has announced the Crystal Express tour today, which will find him taking on some major U.S.
A year after dropping critically acclaimed EP Indigo Child, Raury is ready to share his debut album with the world. It's name is All We Need and it is slated to drop on October 16.
Photos: Lauryn Hill, SZA, Raury, Lenny Kravitz & More Perform At Afropunk Fest 2015 Aug 24, 2015 at 02:29pm
This year's Afropunk Fest had a pretty stellar lineup, including performances from the likes of Lenny Kravitz, SZA, Kelis, Raury, Thundercat, and more. We sent photographer Elijah Dominique to the fest, and he came back with some truly amazing shots.
In addition to individual freestyles and group cyphers, XXL freshmen are now participating in roundtable discussions with each other as part of XXL's cover rollout.
After rolling out all the singular freestyles and XXL profiles on each of this year's XXL Freshmen, XXL continues to milk the list by releasing cyphers with each of the Freshmen divided into groups.
Raury has quickly cemented himself as one to watch, following his debut project Indigo Child, he's been named an XXL Freshmen and received accolades from all across the map.
The XXL Freshman list is always a huge conversation piece in the rap world, and this year should be no different. While the wait has seemed a little longer than usual, the full list and cover has now been revealed.
After a long wait, SURF is finally here. The debut LP from The Social Experiment (aka SOX) is billed as Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment despite the fact that the band’s biggest star is obviously Chance The Rapper.
Gucci Mane has released nine projects this year. We don't have to check-- that's more than any other rapper. He also happens to be in prison.
In addition to a ridiculous amount of concerts and showcases, MTV's annual Woodie Awards show went down in Austin, Texas this week during SXSW.
The Roots will be putting on their 8th annual Roots Picnic this coming summer in Philadelphia. They've tapped a dope line-up for this year, with a mix of rap and r'n'b, mainstream and indie, albeit, mostly indie.