Kendrick has released the tracklist for Black Panther and it is right on time for The Championship Tour. The album features most of the TDE family and we are beyond excited for the project since the release of King’s Dead and All The Stars. Continue reading Kendrick Lamar Releases The Black Panther Album Playlist
What better way to start a Monday than TDE announcing their upcoming tour, The Championship Tour. Tickets go on sale January 26, but American Express holders get the luxury of buying tickets earlier on January 23.
Check out the dates for your city below.
From conscious to downright raunchy, female rappers have spat bars just as infamous and hard as their male counterparts. But they don’t always get the respect they deserve. Compiling a list of best verses ever spit by female rappers is no easy task. I reached out to my twitter followers to give me some of their favorite verses. I was met with 70+ different responses … Continue reading Quiet Storm: 15 Times Female Rappers Stole the Spotlight
Justin Timberlake has announced his upcoming tour for his new album, Man Of The Woods. The album will be released on February 2, and the tour will kick off March 13 in Canada. The tour will be inspired by nature (obvious by the album title) and will bring “the outside in” according to Justin.
Now…we all know black people are on his ass about what he did to our beloved Janet back in 04′, so we hope his upcoming Super Bowl performance shows us he wants back in our good graces. But we’ll see.
Check out the trailer for Man Of The Woods and the you dates below.
Alight folks, with everyone cultivating their “Top 5” lists over the year end, we wanted to shake things up with the Top 10 Songs We Can Leave In 2017. These songs were played and played and played enough for some of us to either start to like the song or end up hating the song completely. These songs (whether we like it or not) put … Continue reading Top 10 Songs We Can Leave in 2017
Over the holidays Chance The Rapper (@ChanceTheRapper) and the folks over at DJ Booth (@DJBooth) got into an interesting exchange on Twitter over the success of independent artist vs. recording artist under major record labels. The debate came shortly after Carl Chery, head of Hip Hop/R&B Programming at Apple, appeared on Everyday Struggle and claimed Chance The Rapper’s success to be “misleading” and “unrealistic”. Peep the exchange … Continue reading Do Artists Really Need Major Labels?
The WZRD is here with the first project self-titled. Coming a long way from “Day & Nite”, the duo have finally compiled their first work; the perfect medium of Hip Hop and Rock. Dot Da Genius has blended Cudi’s subject matter to “mildly-rockish” tunes, placing Cudi in a seemingly more comfortable light. With the Cleveland native’s favorably unique style over the sounds of Alternative Rock, … Continue reading Album Review: KiD CuDi x Dot Da Genius— WZRD [Released: February 28, 2012]
So I recently had this debate with a friend on the validity of Nicki as a rapper in the hip hop industry. I couldn’t help but sit back and listen to his arguments on why she could never be historical, so I told him I’d get back to him on it…in the form of a post. Without further adieu, lets get to it. 1. Shock … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons Nicki Minaj Will Go Down in History
Check my mans in your city, I’ve seen him perform and couple times and it is pretty worth the money. It begins March 21, don’t sleep. Get your tix. 3.21.12 HOUSTON, TX @ WAREHOUSE LIVE 3.22.12 DALLAS, TX @ TREES 3.24.12 NASHVILLE, TN @ MERCY LOUNGE 3.25.12 ATLANTA, GA @ THE LOFT 3.27.12 CARRBORO, NC @ CAT’S CRADLE 3.29.12 NEW YORK, NY @ HIGHLINE BALLROOM … Continue reading Dom Kennedy Tour: This Is Dom Kennedy