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Los Angeles implant Aaron Aye is not only one of R&B’s freshest, most potential-driven talents, but also one of its rarest.   Raised in the North Star State of Minnesota, things seemingly would only go up for Aaron as he continued crafting his singing-songwriting-dancing triple threat gifts. But after losing his mom to cancer in…

A group of 25 black students from Atlanta, competing against hundreds of young scholars from around the world, made history over the weekend with winning performances in a Harvard debate tournament. The young scholars were the first backed by scholarships through the Atlanta-based Harvard Debate Council Diversity Project to participate in Harvard’s summer debate council residency. […]

Grammy-nominated R&B singer DRAM returns today with a surprise EP, That’s a Girl’s Name, which you can now stream below via Spotify and Apple Music. When last we saw the Virginian artist he was collaborating with the likes of Chromeo, ASAP Rocky, and, of all people, Neil Young. With this new EP, DRAM is embracing […]

Tara Ziemba via Getty Images Destiny’s Child legend Michelle Williams candidly discussed her mental health on Tuesday and revealed to her fans that she is seeking help from professionals. The singer tweeted on Tuesday that she has encouraged others with mental health issues to seek help, and now she’s taking her own advice.

G.O.O.D. Music’s summer takeover was one of the most memorable aspects of the last few months. Along with Drake’s Scorpion and The Carters’ surprise drop, the five Kanye West-produced albums have been some of the most high-profile of this year. With Daytona, Ye, Kids See Ghosts, Nasir, and K.T.S.E. now in the past, we’re still […]

Wiz Khalifa recently dropped off his Rolling Papers 2 tape and had to follow-up on some hate over lyrics on the track “Hot Now.” After saying “eyes lookin’ Korean” Wiz caught some backlash that forced him to let fans know that he’s not racist.  “I also say I smoke like a Jamaican and I also say I live like […]

Travis Scott’s Nike Air Force 1 Low collab will reportedly release again next month in a “Sail” colorway, following up the white canvas rendition that dropped last December. The kicks feature the same design as the first, including the removable chrome Nike swooshes, lace dubraes, upside down Nike Air branding on the heel, and Velcro patches. […]

Over the past year, there’s been speculation that Lil Uzi Vert and Offset had some sort of issue with each other. It didn’t really make a loit of sense since Lil Uzi Vert was featured of Migos’ biggest song to date, “Bad & Boujee.” Last year, Offset condemned rappers who were promoting demonic symbols such […]

Last year, Mr. Lif and Akrobatik reunited as The Perceptionists to release Resolution, their first album in years. And now, after a tour and an awesome Tiny Desk Concert, the duo are back with another treat for the fans. Connecting with producer Paten Locke, who laced a pair of tracks on the album, the trio […]

With last year’s RELAXER still in rotation, Alt-J have decided to put a hip-hop spin on the album and re-release it as REDUXER on September 28th. “It’s no secret that we love and are influenced by hip-hop, and it’s always been a dream of ours to work with hip-hop artists in re-imagining our music,” Alt-J […]


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