Vic Mensa’s debut studio album Autobiography is looking like it’s going to be something special. Jay-Z even called him a “once in a lifetime artist.”
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is 42 today but he’s still one of wildest personalities in hip-hop.
Hov gives a peek into his foxhole, touching on his infidelities, his lesbian mother, his break up with Ye, and his proximity to billionaire status.
This is a rather unfortunate turn of events for two artists that were once best of friends, even brothers.
It’s been a hell of a week of releases, with new material from some of the powerhouses of music.
Jay-Z went from being a hustler on the streets of Brooklyn to an international icon.
The Roc-A-Fella founder didn’t just start trends on the music or business side, Jay switched up the look and aesthetic of hip-hop, multiple times.
4:44 is the Brooklyn native’s first project in four years and… it’s a lot.
Last night, Jay-Z took to Twitter to thank those who have been an inspiration to him. The rant mentioned legendary rappers and new blood.
Jay-Z has been dropping hints to a project he’s currently working on called 4:44.