“Killed your boy career / Still no arrest yet,” Ross boasts over the song’s acoustic guitar-driven beat.
When Chris Brown and Usher are involved, you know there’s going to be dancing.
Brooklyn will be alive with the sound of classic hip-hop when the legendary label celebrates the milestone birthday.
Odd Future’s Camp Flog Gnaw was one of the undersung highlights of last year’s music festival season. Sure, it ran way longer than it was scheduled, but free carnival rides, a skatepark and a surprise appearance from Kanye West makes most people happy.
Now that Chris Brown’s a free man and gearing up for his next album, get ready — the new music is likely to start flowing freely, starting with “New Flame.”
First came Miguel’s “How Many Drinks” from his 2012 album Kaleidoscope Dream. Then there was the remix, which found Kendrick Lamar on the track with a rap verse and got the track a radio single release and a No. 6 peak on the Billboard Hot 100.
Rick Ross’ new album Mastermind is due out March 4 and as a sort of promo for the album, he just dropped a video for his remix/freestyle of Kanye West’s “Bound 2” from his 2013 album, ‘Yeezus.’
Still fresh from winning another lawsuit, Ross takes aim at the party-rockers for a refrain he feels is too close to one of his own.
Unhappy with the current lyrical state of hip-hop? So is an ad agency out of Los Angeles called Amusement Park Entertainment.
Toronto rapper Drake is currently vying for the king of hip-hop crown, with his most recent full-length release, ‘Nothing Was the Same,’ enjoying the second-best opening week sales numbers of 2013.