Ye gave the world the first listen to his long-awaited seventh studio album and he dropped some outlandish bars.
February 13, 2016 marks the 20 year anniversary of Tupac Shakur's legendary double disk. Author Michael Namikas delivers the retrospective.
Tony Starks was his usual self with a lot more commentary on the healthcare system.
Chorus lines of “pro-black” music are at an all time high, even at the Super Bowl, though Hip Hop is still largely excluded.
Reggie Miller responds to Drake’s ping pong challenge, and Kanye West and Tyler, The Creator troll on Rolling Stone Cover.
Real questions for Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton that demands answers.
Bow Wow states he will be the next king of late night television, and The Game clarifies ruling in $10 million dollar lawsuit.
Have major labels found their groove in the age of digital distribution and streaming?
EXCLUSIVE: Macklemore looks like a very special Nickelodeon character.
And just like that, Drizzy drops the first single to the highly anticipated “Views From the 6.”
Who really came out on top during the three-way scuffle that broke the internet?
Kanye West tried to absolutely destroy Wiz Khalifa on Twitter today over "WAVES" and Kim Kardashian.
One writer's odyssey through the oeuvre of the artist formerly known as Mos Def.
Amir Said returns with a followup to his piece on Top 5 Myths About Copyright and Hip Hop.
What better way to perform everything from “Ruff Ryders Anthem” to “March Madness” in a room full of strangers?
Macklemore joins a conversation he knows very well but does he go far enough?
Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar work together in the studio, and Iggy Azalea blasts her record label Virgin Records.
Social media continues to indulge in memes relating to The Dab.
A rotating cast of characters surrounding 50 Cent all had beef this week.
Miami declares January 20 as “DJ Khaled Day,” and Waka Flocka Flame analyzes the beef between 50 Cent and Meek Mill.
For Yasiin Bey, being a free citizen of the world may be his most important project of all.
After dropping a franchise high 52 points on the Jazz, Kemba Walker is poised to be the next big name-drop for rappers all over the country.
R. Kelly’s explosive GQ interview dug up a nugget of his rarely talked past; his own childhood sexual abuse at the hands of a family member.
Following the teaser at the end of “Real Friends,” Ye drops the full version of the Madlib produced track featuring K.Dot.