Yesterday, Logic posted the first video to his new YouTube gaming channel. Speaking over an in-game clip from Metal Gear Solid, he repeatedly emphasized that he created the channel first and foremost to have fun.
In August 2014, Pharrell was sued by Uncommon Content Partners, who, in 2012, had hired the musician to host a YouTube series titled "ARTST TLK." After one season and 12 episodes, Pharrell stopped doing the series as he was hired to be a judge on the NBC
Wiz Khalifa is now the only rapper with a music video that has been viewed one BILLION times on YouTube. "See You Again" feat. Charlie Puth hit the mark exactly 6 months after releasing the video in April. Take a bow, Wiz.
Noisey brings us another instalment of The People Vs., this time featuring A$AP Rocky. Rocky takes a moment to read some of the YouTube comments littered across his trippy music video for "L$D" and he responds directly to the commenters.
Noisey rolled out a new episode in their video series "The People Vs.." where they get various artists to sit down with a laptop and read through comments left on a YouTube video. Some are straight up trolling, some are geniune, and some are hateful.
If you don't jump around when "Party Up" comes on, you're no friend of mine. At the real clubs, DMX's 90s singles still get spun on repeat. The fact remains he's one of the best selling rap artists of all time.
With Chief Keef's new-found freedom, all rules are going out the window. The rapper has been dropping a lot of leaks lately, but he's topped all of those by uploading four new mixtapes to his YouTube today.
We've seen a few artists respond to YouTube comments on their videos in Noisey's "The People Vs.." series, and Ty Dolla $ign may have one of the best segments yet.As usual, Ty greets haters and fanboys in equal measure (ok, maybe a few more haters, but that's
Noisey often gets artists to sit down in front of their computer and read up on fans' YouTube comments, capturing their reaction on the spot. Action Bronson is an obvious choice, as he's signed to Vice's imprint.
Cam'ron is the latest rapper to take the hot seat in Noisey's series "The People Vs..." which has rappers respond directly to some of the most ridiculous comments on their YouTube Videos.In this edition, Killa Cam fields questions about capes, Dipset boners, a
G-Eazy enlists the help of his tour comrades Rockie Fresh and Tory Lanez for his smooth track "Been On'. The official music video of the remix features stage footage from their "These Things Happen" tour.
Clyde Carson's album "Playboy" just dropped and he's celebrating, not by popping bottles, but rather by going back to the studio. In our exclusive interview, Clyde talks about how he maintains his grinding mentality.
"I Ain't Shit Yet" is a new eight-track, R&B-oriented project from vocalist, actor and YouTube personality Spoken Reasons, who you may have caught in the new film The Heat. (He's been co-signed by Steve Rifkind and Russell Simmons.)
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Taylor Gang's Chevy Woods takes HotNewHipHop behind the scenes while passing through Lawrence Kansas. Seen through the lens of Trenton Thompson, the Smokers Club lives up to its name with a lot of kush and rap in this 5th BTS episode.