When I first heard The Weeknd‘s “The Hills”, I didn’t think it needed a remix, but I guess team Weeknd, Nicki Minaj and Eminem felt otherwise.
20 years ago, the historic Million Man March drew unprecedented number of African-American men and women to Washington, D.C. in efforts to collectively combat the negative images of Black men in society, with a display of unity.
Yuna is arguably one of my favorite singers out in modern day, and she doesn’t release records quite as often as I’d like her to, but that doesn’t take away from her skill nonetheless.
Chicago producer, Young Chop, most famous for producing “I Don’t Like” and “Sosa” for Chief Keef, is speaking out against fellow Chicagoan, Kanye West. Why? Well according to him Kanye just uses Chicago artists, and word on the street is Chop might be right.
Similar to Kendrick Lamar, Eminem was asked by PAPER Magazine to pay tribute (in the written form) to a lost leader of the game. I was almost surprised that Eminem took the time, but he really put his all into his letter.
Miguel’s ‘Simple Things’ may be one of my favorite songs he’s released all year and coincidentally it’s part of his recently released Wildheart album.
1738‘s Monty may very well be the Quentin Miller to Fetty Wap‘s Drake, but that’s not stopping him from releasing new music…
Nicki Minaj is featured on the cover of New York Times Magazine’s Culture Issue, because she is after all a New York win. And during her cover interview, all was seemingly going well until things suddenly weren’t.