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Getty Image / Uproxx Studios In recent years, hip-hop music has come to dominate the airwaves and streaming, but there’s one expected place it’s beginning to make its presence known: On television — specifically, in sketch comedy shows like Open Mike Eagle and Baron Vaughn’s The New Negroes and Kyle’s upcoming Sugar & Toys. Open […]

That Rihanna reign just won’t let up. #RihForWomenRights! The Barbadian bad gal may be quiet on the music front these days, but the outspoken, Bajan queen is still letting her voice be heard when it comes to political and social injustices.

DJ Khaled and his We The Best Foundation celebrated the installation of a new DJ lab at the High School for Public Service in Brooklyn, NY, Wednesday (May 15). With the help of Save The Music’s Technology Grant (officially launched in 2017), Khaled et al. gifted the school’s music department with equipment for music recording and production, including deejaying,…

Getty Image Megan Thee Stallion‘s hotly-anticipated new album, Fever, releases tomorrow at midnight, but for those fans who couldn’t stand to wait any longer to get a listen to the Houston rapper’s latest bone-bruising beats and mile-a-minute raps, she shared an early taste test in the form of “Realer.” Check it out below, exclusively on […]

[embedded content] Share This Video Open Mike Eagle and Baron Vaughn have gotten very good at tackling modern questions that need answers with the weekly installment of satirical music videos from their Comedy Central sketch show The New Negroes. After unpacking wokeness, racial profiling, code switching, and enthusiastic consent, their newest video takes on “mumble […]

A bit of a setback happened to the City Girls this week, as JT — who was was sent to prison on a two-year sentence for credit card fraud — was recently denied an early release. However, as she has already served over 15 months at the time of this writing, her planned early-202 release […]

As over 10,000 Washingtonians descended upon Washington, D.C. on Tuesday (May 7), the rest of the world was witnessing a culture-wide renaissance ingeniously dubbed Moechella.  The grand-scale demonstration amplified the city’s gallant, but peaceable, response to usurping D.C. implants currently gentrifying the city and attempting to weed out the roots of its stapled and celebrated…

With nearly 20 solo projects to his name (count em), Novel is hard at work on project number 20, Somewhere Off In A Quiet Place. And this week, the gifted crooner came through with a new song/video, “Roses.” “Been some dark couple days, but you have to familiarize yourself with the dark to appreciate the […]

Back in August of last year, Twelve’Len teamed up with Red Bull Music to release a mini-documentary called Definition of a Florida Boy, which helped highlight his Carol City roots. Now, with a follow-up to 2016’s Fri(end)s hopefully on the way, Ladies Love Lenny takes some time out to salute those that have supported over […]

While he continues to put in work on his forthcoming album, London On Da Track has teamed up with G-Eazy for a new single. Released with a matching video, “Throw Fits” finds the rapper/producer duo embracing the NOLA bounce with help from City Girls and Juvenile. [embedded content] Speaking of City Girls, the duo celebrated […]

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