British actor Tim Roth was on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” last night to promote The Hateful Eight, and the host brought up a fantastic anecdote about Tim Roth joining Tupac Shakur on a trip to Death Row Records in the 1990s.
Future’s Freeband Gang YouTube channel has shared a retrospective look at his breakout year. It’s the second in the series, but it looks like the first has been removed so we’ll have to make do with just this one.
Many fans enjoyed Lil Wayne's latest album, FWA, more than the two mixtapes he released this year. The album, however, only included one single, "Glory," and it was released exclusively on TIDAL, which likely significantly lessened its overall exposure.
Justin Bieber and his upcoming album, Purpose, have been dominating the headlines in recent weeks. Earlier this week, he dropped a new collaboration with Skrillex, "I'll Show You," to which he shared the video the next day.
Future seems content to give a video to every track off DS2, and the next one to get a visual will be the album's opener, "Thought It Was a Drought." Future has shared a few snapshots from the video shoot, revealing that the video will be directed by A$AP
It's obvious at this point that Young Thug is rap's most eccentric character. He sounds like no one else, flows like no one else, and dresses like no one else. But the allure of Thug's weirdness isn't simply that he's different.
Nicki Minaj certainly had two of the biggest event videos in recent memory. "Anaconda" managed to smash VEVO records for most streams in a day upon its release, shooting the previously lukewarm single to the number 2 spot.
Denaun recently dropped the video for "Told Y'all," the lead single off his 6-track upcoming EP sTuFf In My BaCkPaCk, which brings on exclusively dope rappers for features -- Royce da 5'9", Rapsody, Phonte, Pharoahe Monch, and more.
The first video off Heems' latest album Eat Pray Thug stars Eric Andre and Hannibal Burress. If you're familiar with Adult Swim's two leading comedians, then you'll be prepared for the hilarious weirdness that ensues on "Sometimes".
Many hip-hop stars adorn the soundtrack to the film Furious 7, which just had a record-breaking weekend at the box office. Among those is Wiz Khalifa, who collaborated with young pop singer Charlie Puth on "See You Again".
Danny Seth's signature tag "The British are coming" couldn't be more on-point. By now, you might know Skepta, Stormzy, or any of the other grime MCs who joined Kanye on stage during "All Day", but do you know Danny Seth?