It's that time, y'all -- 6pm and all eyes are pointed toward the 6, where Drake and OVO co-founder Oliver El-Khatib, aka October Firm, are situated, ready to give fans another live episode of their label's Beats 1 radio show.
After hitting us with "How Are You So Calm" two weeks back, Sir Michael Rocks comes through today with Populair Part 2, as promised. This serves as his second EP instalment in the series, following up September 2015's first Populair.
West Coast producer Terrace Martin has helped craft some of the hottest music that’s come out of Los Angeles over the last decade, most recently including hits from YG ("Twist My Fingaz") and several off Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A ButterFly album,
Azizi Gibson gained a legion of new fans with the first few tracks he dropped this year, including a menacing tribute to DJ Khaled as well as an unexpectedly melancholic collab with DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia.
Bay Area resident, Taylor Gang repper/rapper, and #CookiesKing Berner finally comes through today with his anticipated album Hempire. The album's singles have been top-notch, and we expect nothing less than greatness from the entire thing.
One of the highlights of Kanye West's recent Twitter dominance was his proclamation that The Life of Pablo would live exclusively on TIDAL forever. "My album will never never never be on Apple," he wrote in February.
It's early Saturday evening, the perfect time to start your night with another episode of OVO Sound Radio. It was just Oliver El-Khatib on the last episode, though he still managed to drop a couple of exclusives, including the new single from Roy Wood$.
RJD2 has been doing his thing for a while, and he just released his 10th studio album Dame Fortune. He’s one of the best at picking and utilizing samples, and that talent is on full display throughout the album’s 12 tracks.
One year, one week, and one day after the release of Who's Gonna Get Fucked First?, Awful Records don Father shares another album with the people: I'm A Piece Of Shit. When it comes to titling albums, Father is a genius.
Lucki (formerly Lucki Eck$) has been putting out at least a project a year since 2013, when he first introduced us to his brand of "alternative trap". Things have only become weirder and darker since then, but the execution also more precise.
The talented Amir Obe has put together another short EP, only three months to the day after dropping the Happening In The Grey Area EP. Obe’s skillful vocals are on full display throughout all three tracks on Won’t Find Love In The Hills.
It’s been a long time coming for the boys from Flatbush, NYC, but the time has finally arrived. With the clock striking midnight, Flatbush Zombies’ highly anticipated debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey was made available for purchase on iTunes.