Hard to believe it’s been ten years since Mr. West introduced the rap game to pink polos and backpacks. In celebration of the tenth anniversary of the release of The College Dropout, Kanye took to Twitter today to reflect on his classic debut album. Read More
Call it the female version of what The Black Album was originally intended to be.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Beyoncé releases a brand new, self-titled 14-track LP, complete with features from Drake, Jay Z, and Frank Ocean and music videos for each song.
No promotion, no singles, just music.
Tracklisting after the jump.
The homey Khomari Flash directs this new CJ Fly joint, the only video so far from Thee Way Eye See It. Download it if you haven’t yet.
Rosenberg is one of the few interviewers brave enough to question someone whom he also respects, and not make it about his particular taste…but about a whole interest group in hip hop. Here he sits with Kanye West during this now-legendary press run. Then Ebro comes in to fluff himself.
Is there a harder working man in the industry than Gucci?
Incarceration and an impending 20-year sentence can’t slow his roll as Gucci unveils the cover art for the sequel to his 2009 major label debut, The State Vs Radric Davis, which arrives on Christmas.
Your cries are heard, Guwop.
While it didn’t happen first week like he originally predicted, Drake’s third LP, Nothing Was The Same, did officially hit the million mark in album sales this week. The album becomes Aubrey’s fastest to go platinum, hitting a milli just six weeks after its release.