As expected, Migos stunt without even a hint of cares for the world in the music video for 'Versace,' in which they flaunt their gold, party in a mansion and wear a lot -- a whole lot -- of Versace. The trio prosper in this decadent clip without Drake.
It’s safe to say the days of the Rick Ross-led Maybach Music Group dominance has ended. Recent singles like ‘No Games’ off Ross’ upcoming ‘Mastermind’ made very little splash and the ‘Self Made, Vol. 3’ album came and went. The end of MMG’s reign was essentially marked by Meek Mill’s presence last year, not that the label’s decline is necessarily his fault.
It was only a short time ago when Danny Brown became so frustrated with the delays behind 'Old' that he threatened to leak the album. Soon after, a release date was announced for Sept. 30. That day is today and Brown's highly anticipated follow up to 'XXX' is available.
This is what a Joaquin Phoenix production sounds like, ladies and gentlemen. Pusha T raised a few eyebrows when he said the actor was producing a track for his forthcoming album earlier this summer. That track was 'King Push,' which serves as the opener to 'My Name Is My Name.' The song, co-produced by Kanye West, arrives today (Sept. 27) with an accompanying video.
Big Sean started a fashion line earlier this year called Aura Gold and debuted it at the ProjectMVMNT fashion convention in Las Vegas. He's still moving his fashion line forward with his Spring 2014 collection, but he's also doing so with his hometown in mind.
Oscar season is approaching, so it's time for Hollywood to start rolling out those dramatic flicks. One such movie is 'Black Nativity,' Langston Hughes' famed interpretation of the recount of the Nativity story.
Kanye West was intense, hyper-eccentric and self-aggrandizing as ever in his now-famous interview with BBC's Zane Lowe. That didn't save him from having a parody of the interview created by late night host Jimmy Kimmel. Also, the fact that he's Jimmy Kimmel didn't save him from some vitriol from West.
A lot of people didn't know just exactly what Paris Hilton's purpose was when she signed to Cash Money Records earlier this year. Her only notable contribution was her appearance in Rich Gang's 'Tapout' video. Even Limp Bizkit got a feature on the 'Rich Gang' album while Hilton's vocals were left out. It wasn't looking too good for the hotel empire heiress. Until now.
ScHoolboy Q's 'Collard Greens' was a great track and Kendrick Lamar's lesson in Spanish vulgarities is a welcomed one. But one thing Q is more skilled at than anyone in Black Hippy (yes, even King Kendrick) is making bangers. 'Habits & Contradictions' had its fair share of them, and now ScHoolboy Q releases the first one off his forthcoming LP, 'Oxymoron.'
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