For last week's installment of Fargo Fridays, Tory Lanez shared a Jahlil Beats-produced anthem titled "August 19th." As it turns out, that date is when he plans to release his debut album, I Told You.
What a pleasant surprise this is -- a collaboration that no one could've envisioned. Michael Christmas, a Boston emcee who's constantly taking his sound to new places, has joined forces with a beat-making legend in Prefuse 73.
Frank Ocean's long-awaited follow-up has been rumored to be released since July of last year, and within those long 12 months, the singer's fans have been looking for any kind of clue as to where the reclusive songwriter and his anticipated project might be.
Atmosphere are gearing up for a performance at Summer Set Festival in Wisconsin, but before that all goes down in August, the veteran rap duo have announced the title, tracklist and release date for a new album: Fishing Blues.
Vince Staples was just revealed to be the third and final star of FADER's annual Summer Music Issue. In his cover story, the author gets to hear some of Staples' latest project, which had been previously unannounced.
Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa delivered a project full of new material quite recently, after teaming up with producer TM88 for the three-way album Rude Awakening. Lest we forget, we're still waiting on Juicy's solo album, THC: The Hustle Continues.
Tonight at 9PM EST, The Game will premiere his new three-part documentary series, "Streets of Compton," on A&E. Ahead of the series' debut, he has also revealed the tracklist of the accompanying soundtrack, which is set for release on June 17.
Though Drake hogged much of the spotlight, as his OVO Sound mix consisted of two new collabs, one with Bieber and one with Gucci, as well as a new solo drop, "4PM in Calabasas," Roy Wood$ was the special guest on tonight's episode.
We've been getting some very vague news about ScHoolboy Q's upcoming studio album over the last few months, with TDE reporting that Q turned in the LP in April, and that it would arrive "before summer".
It looks the sequel to Kevin Gates’ Murder For Hire project is right around the corner. Moments ago, the Louisiana rapper took to his Instagram to announce that it’s dropping this Friday, just in time for the Memorial Day Weekend.
On 4/20, Snoop Dogg returned with a criminally smooth Mike Will-produced single, "Late Nights." He's since been revamping his label, DoggyStyle Records, by signing promising young artists and promoting their records through his SoundCloud.
It's been over eight months since Rodeo, and La Flame fans are more than ready for a new album. Travis Scott created a massive buzz last week when he announced two upcoming projects, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight and Astroworld.