A Tale Of 2 Black Fridays: Comparing & Contrasting J. Cole & Kendrick Lamar's Remixes Dec 1, 2015 at 05:13pm
The "real rap" answer to Drake and Future's What A Time To Be Alive has been gestating for just about as long as those two stars' chemistry, and like their more hedonistic counterparts, Kendrick Lamar and J.
Over the course of the last four months, Marvel has periodically released well-known hip hop album covers reimagined as comic book covers, featuring the various characters from the Marvel universe.
Adele is in the process of shattering record sales this week, so she's not exactly in need of a Drake verse to break a single.
Travi$ Scott is not only opening for The Weeknd on a stadium tour every night, he's getting turnt even further at shows that follow his opening sets, in whichever city he happens to be in. In some cases, these are shows in between "The Madness" shows.
"Hotline Bling" feels like the most remixed song of the year. In the past few months, Drake's smash hit has been been reworked or covered by Bieber, Kehlani, Erykah Badu, and even Jadakiss.
At the end of last month, we got a 7 second preview of Wayne rapping over Drake's "Back to Back." Wayne then announced that he'd be dropping No Ceilings 2 on Thanksgiving, leading fans to believe that a Weezy remix of "Back to Back" will appear
Two days ago, Lil Wayne set the Internet ablaze with a 7 second recording of him rapping over Drake's "Back to Back." Obviously a remix is in the works -- hopefully on the way soon -- but the snippet could be a preview of an even bigger release: a sequel
We've grown exhausted by the endless array of "Hotline Bling" remixes. After Erykah Badu's inventive spin on Drake's song that won't seem to budge from No. 2, we said no more. But now Bieber? Alright fine.
It looks like Lil Wayne is prepping up some new material for us. In a recent Snapchat recorded by Young Money artist Stephanie Acevedo, Weezy was spotted in the studio recording a remix to his labelmate Drake’s hit record “Back To Back."
Marvel has been rolling out these hip hop album cover/comic book mashups for the past few months, and they have been the pinnacle of dopeness.
Drake's "Hotline Bling" has been a staple of late night chill sessions from Toronto to Tahiti ever since he premiered in July on the second episode of OVO Sound Radio.
The Weeknd has gotten Nicki Minaj on "The Hills" remix. His recent chart-topping album, Beauty Behind the Madness, didn't include any rapping features, but a Nicki Minaj verse on top of one of the album's biggest hits will definitely suffice.
Marvel has been repeatedly endearing itself to hip hop fans the last few months with their impossibly cool remixes of well-known hip hop album art as comic book covers.
Well here’s a nice treat to kickstart the weekend. Killer Mike & El-P, aka Run The Jewels, have decided to surprise their fans tonight by dropping off their long awaited remix album called Meow The Jewels.
Marvel's been releasing a steady stream of hip hop variant album covers the last couple months, and with nine new ones released in the last week they are showing no sign of slowing down.
Drake loves to play tastemaker, especially when he's broadcasting the up and coming sounds of his hometown for all of the hip hop world to hear. Social media and now OVO Sound radio are his primary platforms for spotlighting promising Toronto artists.
Marvel is doing the world a favor by releasing reimaginations of classic rap album covers as comic book covers featuring characters from the Marvel universe. Supposedly there will be 50 total when it's all said and done. Thus far they've dropped 27.
The NBA playoffs are often a great opportunity for hip hop artists to get their new music promoted on a huge platform. Noteworthy examples include Eminem's "Not Afraid" in 2010 and Pitbull and Christina Aguilera's "Feel This Moment" in 2013.
With yesterday's remix of Fetty Wap's "My Way," we're getting that feeling that this summer's gonna be Drizzy season yet again.
Drake had a good 6 months to hop on "Trap Queen" before it started to get some serious attention, but unfortunately he missed the boat, and the record is currently sitting at number 3 on the Hot 100 -- without a Drizzy feature.
If this is true, then we could be in for a real treat here. A brief snippet has surfaced online via YeezyTalk Monday night that features Kendrick Lamar spitting over Kanye West’s “All Day” record.
In 2002, one-hit-wonder Tweet, dropped that one hit that jumped to number one on Billboard' hip hop chart and all the way to lucky number seven on the hot 100 chart.
Most of us (contributors and readers alike) remember Ashanti on her A game when we were teenagers also listening to Ja Rule, Missy Elliot, Fat Joe, J. Lo, and other millennium superstars.
Earlier this year an alternative Australian radio station started playing new artist ZHU's "Faded", which eventually hit number 1 on the US dance charts thanks to big buzz following all the Aussie promo.
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