The official Rihanna ANTI review highlights the megastar singer's highs and lows for her eighth studio album.
Exclusive: As Pusha T continues work on "King Push," he details why OutKast is his favorite group, and says he's thankful fans still want a Clipse reunion.
Exclusive: Pharrell traces his current direction back to a 2011 Pop/Rock album and a search to restore music's human element.
TLC discusses its return to music and working with Lady Gaga and Ne-Yo. The group says it hopes to also get Drake and J. Cole on its forthcoming album.
Blu pays homage to Dr. Dre, as The White Mandingos call back to a sweet, pure time in Rap-Rock. Meanwhile, Marco Polo, El Da Sensei and Tame One get "Back To Work."
On the contrary, "I Am Not a Human Being II" is very human. Wayne is constantly horny, often drugged up and only takes a few moments for self-reflection.
"The 20/20 Experience" should have a bite as equal as its bark. It doesn't; but it's still damn good.
Lil Wayne competes with Tyga come album release day, while French Montana finally gets a date, and "Albert Einstein" moves a few months.
Waka Flocka Flame surprises us with an immediate release date, while Fabolous is working on a "Loso's Way" sequel.
Pusha T's mixtape delivery with Wale is a hit while Joey Bada$$ and Lil B's beef makes its rounds.
Tyga announces a date to visit "Hotel California," while Havoc gears for a new album along with Eve and Talib Kweli.
Pusha T is all set with "Wrath Of Caine," while Waka Flocka Flame and Future have some big mixtape collaborations on the horizon, plus Curren$y brings "New Jet City."
This week, Nickelus F and Drake reunite for another hit, while A$AP Rocky, 50 Cent, and T.I. make some waves.
Lupe Fiasco cans a follow-up to "Food & Liquor II," while Swollen Members releases cover art, DJ Khaled suffers from success, while Planet Asia and Gensu Dean bring "Abrasions."
Pusha T releases cover art for "Wrath Of Caine," along with Slum Village and Mick Boogie while Vado, Casey Veggies, and Rockie Fresh bring mix tapes this week.
The return of Justin Timberlake with Jay-Z brings huge results, while Lil Wayne shows up twice, along with A$AP Rocky, and a guest appearance by Skrillex.
Rick Ross announces his album title, 50 Cent confirms a release date, plus new albums on the horizon from Mobb Deep and Cypress Hill.
Consequence brings a 4th installment to "Movies On Demand," while Big K.R.I.T. announces a new mixtape and some news on Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y.
This week the beef between Cassidy and Meek Mill hits another level while A$AP keeps winning and Trinidad James enters the conversation.
Joe Budden bumps his project a few weeks, as Tyga sets his sights on the Spring, while Brotha Lynch Hung and Dead Prez grab firm dates.
Meek Mill releases "Dreamchasers 3" artwork, plus new dates for Master P, Vado, Ace Hood, and more.