On every possibly level, from indie to major-labels and mixtape to singles, rap has seen it’s most prolific year in collaborative albums.
You only have haters when you’re poppin’.
If 2017 was Offset’s coming out year, the early signs are that 2018 looks like it’s got Takeoff written all over it. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Quality Control is laying down the blueprint on how an independent hip-hop label can thrive in 2017.
With all of the trash news and general feeling that the world is ending, we know you need some music to get through the bullshit.
Beef between America’s most beloved hip-hop group and it’s least favorite son seems to only have one winner.
Offset’s rise has been one of the great stories in music this year.
Only time will can tell the future, until then we’re in for an interesting ride.
Migos are a national treasure.
Migos arrived on the scene in summer 2013 with “Versace” and nothing was the same.