Never Give Up The Black Eyed Peas take on some of the world’s most tragic events in this emotional video. Beginning with a warning for viewers, the group acts out a mass school shooting, leaving innocent lives lost including will.i.am. Across the country, tension rises when families are separated from their loved ones while illegally crossing the border. Show some big love when the group drops their Masters Of The Sun album on October 12.
Misunderstanding EarthGang’s stuck on you. But despite the mishaps with their significant others, the Dreamville’s Johnny Venus and Doctur Dot do everything they can to work things out. Featuring Arin Ray, the track is off the duo’s upcoming album, MIRRORLAND.
Wavy Ride the wave with Lupe Fiasco. As a follow-up to last year’s DROGAS Light, the Chicago rapper crashes ashore with his 7th album, DROGAS Wave. At a whopping set of 24 tracks, the collection features frequent collaborator Nikki Jean (“Down,” “Haile Selassie,” “Stronger,” “Sun God Sam & The California,” “Stack That Cheese,” “Quotations from Chairman”) as well as others including Damian Marley, Crystal Torres, Simon Sayz, Bishop Edgar Jackson and more.
Blah Machine Gun Kelly’s may be in the line of fire, but he seems to be untouched. From his shots towards G-Eazy to his exchange of words with Eminem, the Bad Boy artist releases a new EP, Binge. Featuring his Eminem response, “Rap Devil,” the 9 tracks features guest 24Hrs.
#FukThe22Million Young Dolph begins a fresh new start. Turning down major label deals left and right, Memphis’ Young Dolph secures his freedom on his new project, Role Model. Featuring “Major” and “By Mistake,” the 14 tracks features guests Snoop Dogg, Kash Doll and more.
Illustrious Brockhampton’s striving forward. Following a string of releases (“1999 Wildfire,” “1998 Truman,” and “1997 Diana“), the Texas Alternative Rap band continues their wave on their major label debut, Iridescene. Stream the full project full below and peep the visual to “J’Ouvert” above.
One Mic & A Bunch Of Keys Prince’s music will live on forever. In a partnership with Warner Bros., the estate of the legendary artist has release the posthumous album, Piano & A Mircrophone 1983. The 9 unreleased tracks can finally be heard below.
Better Than Life Suge Knight plead no contest in a Los Angeles Superior Court today for voluntary manslaughter in his ongoing murder case. He is facing 28 years in prison. As part of a plea deal, Marion “Suge” Knight agreed to serve 22 years for voluntary manslaughter and six years for his third violation. The case stems from the January 2015 fatal hit-and-run incident that occurred during production of Straight Outta Compton at Tam’s Burgers in Compton. After an altercation on the set, the Deathrow Records co-founder hit […]
Got The Crown, Shut It Down Cardi B is back on the small screen for frequent collaborator Pardison Fontaine’s new video. After laying contributions for Cardi, the Bronx artist and songwriter showcases his braggadocios rhymes while Kulture’s mom claims her crown. Pardison’s Atlantic Records debut coming soon.
Is You Down? When it comes to sexual pleasures, Kevin Gates is down for whatever. Not holding back, Mr. Me Too lets his fantasies run wild on this bedroom lullaby. His forthcoming album, Luca Brasi 3 is now penciled in for September 27.
Wu-Tang Ghostface Killah’s got friends in high places. Featuring live performance and behind the scenes footage, Ghost rocks the mic while KXNG, Benny and 38 hold it down in the streets. Buckingham Place never looked so gritty. Ghostface’s The Lost Tapes drops October 5.
No 350s Around Me. French Montana is dripping with swag on his new release. Draped with London On Da Track, French and Drake flaunt their high-end fashion on their reunion track. No 350s for Drizzy of course. The video for the track has been shot and will feature cameos from Slick Rick, Cam’Ron and Dapper Dan. In addition to the single, French drops two more tracks including the Harry Fraud-produced, “Nervous” and “Juice.” The Coke Boy rapper is prepping the release of his next album. […]
Fuck All The Hating To say Moneybagg Yo’s had an okay year, would be an understatement. Locking in November 2 for the release of his major label debut, Reset, the Memphis rapper balls crazy on his new single with Hendrixx. Work hard, spend harder.
Hell Is Cheap, But Expensive Though Action’s been hitting the kitchen since last year’s Blue Chips 7000, but he’s now focused on his White Bronco album. Cutting ties from Atlantic, Bam Bam rides off independently on the proejct’s title track produced by Daringer and The Special Victims Unit. Dun dun.
Patience Is Wearing Thin Don’t be mad, get Iman’s new track. As Iman polishes his upcoming Blessed project for this winter, the rapper out of Yonkers stunts while questioning his haters’ motives over The Rondon & The Religion’s production.