Migos (@Migos) share the official artwork for their upcoming album YRN Tha Album which will hit shelves on the 31st of July and not the previously planned June 16th. Advertisements
Brooklyn’s own Taxstone delivers the 10th episode of his Tax Season podcast powered by Loud Speakers Network. The guests for this episode were none other than myself and renowned battle rapper Tsu Surf. Take a listen below.
Wiz Khalifa (@WizKhalifa) took to his Twitter account last night to announce the sequel to his 2011 debut album Rolling Papers. No word as to when to expect it, but keep an eye out for more details coming soon.
ASAP Rocky (@asvpxrocky) has had a tremendous build up and roll out surrounding his sophomore album At.Long.Last.ASAP. Singles and visuals have all been quality work from the Harlem rapper who will deliver A.L.L.A. with help from Danger Mouse, Joe Fox, Kanye West, M.I.A., Future, ScHoolboy Q and Mos Def. Check out the track list below…
Kid Ink (@Kid_Ink) is set to kick off his US Full Speed tour later this month and has now announced the UK dates for the tour. Peep the dates above and pick up your tickets here.
Rihanna (@rihanna) was the musical guest for this weekends episode of SNL. RiRi took stage to perform “Bitch Better Have My Money” and “Americn Oxygen” from her forthcoming album R8. Watch below.
Jay Z took stage at Terminal 5 in New York City for his “B Sides” concert powered by TIDAL. Read the set list on the next page. NEXT PAGE Dynasty (Intro) Young, Gifted and Black Pump It Up Freestyle Streets is Watching Friend or Foe Where I’m From Say Hello Tidal Freestyle Politics as Usual…
Coke Boy rapper Chinx (@ChinxMusic) known as the partner in rhyme for rap star French Montana is reportedly dead after a shooting in Jamaica, Queens (New York City). Sources say Chinx was gunned down in his vehicle at approximately 5 AM. More on this as it unravels. Prayers to his family and loved ones if…
Power 106 stacked their line up with Kanye West as a headliner along with Ludacris, B.o.B, Ty Dolla Sign, Tinashe, Logic, Casey Veggies and more.
JAY Z pulled out all the stops for his TIDAL powered “B Sides” Concert in New York City. Hov even kicked a few new bars that tie in current events such as Freddie Gray and the backlash from critics on TIDAL’s launch. Watch below.