And This The Muthafuckin’ Thanks He Gets? YG’s My Krazy Life is top contender for best rap album of the year. And while the Grammys failed to acknowledge it with no nomination, YG addressed the snubb during yesterday’s visit at L.A.’s Power 106 morning show.
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KAYTRANADA had announced his upcoming EP So Bad earlier this summer, but we had just learned that this Montreal producer is upgrading it into his full debut album. Yesterday he posted a photograph of a section of his renewed contract with XL, along with the words "ALBUM COMING." Earlier this year, Kaytranada had released "LeaveContinue Reading
Wait No Longer. Although Tha Carter V is being held captive behind Cash Money’s walls, we may get some new tunes from Tune soon. LWHQ reports that the rapper is working on his Sorry For The Wait 2 mixtape. If this move sounds familiar, Weezy released the first installment in 2011 during the numerous delays of his previous album, Tha Carter IV. De ja vu.
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With Lupe Fiasco’s forthcoming album Tetsuo & Youth finally on track for a January release, the Chi-town rapper dropped the video to his first single “Deliver," which came out last month. Despite setbacks with the album release date, Lupe’s introduction to his upcoming project is powerful, depicting that classic wit and striking lyricism expected ofContinue Reading
D’Angelo has been taking over the web with the release of his first album in 14 years entitled Black Messiah. Today, we have a in-depth interview with the Richmond native as he reemerges into the spotlight. The hour-long clip, taken from a conversation between D’Angelo and Chairman Mao earlier this year for Red Bull MusicContinue Reading
Who owns the rights to the sound of “oh?” That’s what was at stake when the rapper Jay Z was sued last year over his 2009 song “Run This Town,” which is best known for Kanye West dropping a verse that far outshines his boss: The suit was brought by an outfit called TufAmerica, over the sound […]
There’s been a lot of discussion these past few weeks in regards to some of hip-hop’s biggest names keeping hush with respect to recent grand jury decisions following the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases. It’s been a regression one might say, but there’s been some honorable actions taking place, particularlyfrom J. Cole, who wasContinue Reading
Last week we gave you the heads up about the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire making its way to stores and a little back ground on the shoe’s history. The good news for the ladies is that this shoe is available for them in a “Game Royal” color that just dropped at AFEW. Bringing together […]
Ghostly International has collaborated with Danish headphone designers AIAIAI on a special-edition TMA-1 headphone. Produced in a limited number, the collaboration comes with exclusive new features, designed and engineered by Ghostly…
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Last week Rae Sremmurd brought you their Nicki Minaj and Young Thug-assisted banger "Throw Sum Mo;" today they deliver another track from their upcoming album SremmLife, titled "Up Like Trump." In this hot new banger, Sway Lee and Slim Jimmy celebrate their success and work ethic, boastfully comparing themselves to the infamous businessman. As expected,Continue Reading
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced the class of 2015. Lou Reed, Green Day, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Bill Withers, and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band have all been inducted. Ringo Starr will recieve the Award of Excellence, while 1950s R&B group the "5" Royales have been selected for the Early Influence Award. The Smiths, Nine Inch Nails, Chic, N.W.A., Sting, and Kraftwerk were nominated, but were not inducted this year.
Nirvana, Peter Gabriel, Kiss, Hall and Oates, Cat Stevens, Linda Ronstadt, and Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band were inducted last year.
In order to be eligible for induction, artists need to have released their first single or album 25 years ago (no later than 1989). Fans cast votes, as well, and the top five artists selected by the public were part of a "fans’ ballot" that weretallied with other votes from an international voting body.
Lou Reed – "Perfect Day" (live on "Jools Holland", 2003)
Green Day – "American Idiot"
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – "I Love Rock N Roll"
Stevie Ray Vaughn – "Pride And Joy"
Bill Withers – "Ain’t No Sunshine"
Paul Butterfield Blues Band – "Driftin’ Blues" (live in Monterey, 1967)
The Jordan Melo M11 is Jordan Brand’s latest performance model, incorporating FlightPlate: pinnacle technology created for the basketball court. Starting today, consumers in North America will be able to pre-order the Jordan Melo M11 at Jordan.com before the global launch on Jan. 3.
Start ‘Em Young. Fresh off the release of his Ransom mixtape today, Mike Will Made It takes the celebration outside the parking lot in his new video. With all the scattered ass, there’s definitely someone for everyone.
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It’s here. The video for Pusha T’s recent Kanye West-produced single, "Lunch Money," has finally been released. The video is directed by Emil Nava, who boasts director credits for videos by the artists such as Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris, Jessie J, and others. The internet may be getting bombarded with music from every side rightContinue Reading