Kendrick Lamar is on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine emblazoned with the headline “The Greatest Rapper Alive.”
During an exclusive feature with GQ covering his tour of Africa, Diplo revealed the one artist that he can’t ever work with.
Jay-Z does it again with another mind-bending visual for the eighth track off of 4:44, “Moonlight.”
On August 8th 2011, Jay-Z and Kanye West released Watch the Throne, maybe the most epic collaboration album in the history of hip-hop.
Twitter is now losing it over SchoolboyQ and Tyler, the Creator over Tyler’s “Who Dat Boy.” But here’s why they’re trippin.
After a slew of massive music releases in recent weeks, this week was a little more low key.
A$AP Rocky is right — it’s your turn now Twelvyy.
The 1995 Source Awards will go down as perhaps the most infamous night in hip-hop history.
15-year-old South Bronx rapper, Smooky MarGielaa is not having the average teenage summer.
Jay-Z and Chris Martin have had a well-documented bromance since the early 2000s with songs like “Lost+” and “Beach Chair.”