In another installment of Radio.com’s year-end coverage, Nate Patrin examines how the most powerful rap releases of 2013 were focused on something smaller, and in the wake of “meh” big albums, this might be a future trend.
While Lamar seemingly dissed Drake with his now-legendary verse on Big Sean’s “Control (HOF),” Drake has responded in the form of his feature on Future’s “Sh!t” remix. Produced by Mike WiLL Made It, the track features Drake and Juicy J.
When Drake debuted the song “Too Much” live on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,’ the performance also served as a showcase for the emerging British alt-R&B artist who played alongside the rapper.
In a day when it’s difficult enough for artists to have their albums leak ahead of their release Mrs. Beyonce Knowles-Carter was able to record an album, and shoot EIGHTEEN music videos and no one […]
MTV has released the list of their top 10 artists of 2013, and the woman who assisted in a new word “twerk” being added to the dictionary, Miley Cyrus, has been named their ‘Artist of […]
Jay Z led the nominations with nine nods, followed closely by Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis with seven noms each.
Hot Right Now: Kanye West Has ‘Times’ Album Of The Year, Amanda Bynes Is Headed To Fashion School, & Drake Is Skipping Out On The Grammy Nomination Concert
Kanye West‘s Yeezus album was controversial, and not very well received by the public, but many major publications have selected Yeezus as their “Album of the Year,” with Time Magazine being the latest to do […]
Unhappy with the current lyrical state of hip-hop? So is an ad agency out of Los Angeles called Amusement Park Entertainment.
Just as Kanye West announced his dissatisfaction and severing of ties with Nike, they picked up probably the rapper with the next highest cultural capital right now: Drake.
Jhene Aiko was almost a teenage pop star, but she even at 16 years old, she realized she wanted to do her own thing.