Exclusive: DJ Khaled describes only winners wearing his headphones, swimming with dolphins, and his new healthy lifestyle.
Taylors can rejoice that their stoner friend is back.
In his forthcoming seventh studio album "Muscle Car Chronicles," Spitta doesn't reinvent the wheel, but he repackages his wares in a tight, fresh set.
There's no shortage of the requisite Hip Hop fare - drugs, crime, hustling - on "Habits & Contradictions," and Q does a fine job of espousing it as his own.
If the regrettably cut-and-pasted album cover for "Cocaine Mafia" is any indication, this is a joint that needed a bit more rumination before release.
The crux of "1.21 Gigawatts: Back To The First Time" is a marked hunger that fans have not heard in Ludacris for some time; he still takes rapping seriously.