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Smino, Saba, and Noname are all in the running for rap album of 2018 with their solo projects, and now they’re looking to sew up 2019 together. As you can see below, Smino answered a question on his Instagram story promising a new project from the trio next year. After “Ace” debuted on Noname’s confessional […]

Getty Image There’s something about that New York swag. You can always tell when someone is from New York. It’s not just an accent; you can almost hear that smirk in their voices that puts you in mind of crowded streets and subway stations, of Timberland boots and hoodies, of stoops and bodegas and cabbies […]

Getty Image Meek Mill revealed his first post-prison album’s release date in Vogue and it’s right around the corner. Amid an intense and in-depth conversation about his criminal justice reform activism, he casually announced that his next full-length project and first since 2017’s Wins & Losses would be arriving not just this year, but by […]

[embedded content] Share This Video The best thing — or worst thing, depending on the situation — about kids is how honest they are. If they like something, they like it, no reservations or pretenses required. Which is why, despite Playboi Carti’s insistence on foregoing about half of what makes rap, rap, he’s so popular […]

Getty Image Atlanta’s NBC affiliate reports that rapper Young Thug (real name: Jeffery Williams) has been released from jail after spending six days in custody due to a failed drug test. The rapper was out on bond for an arrest in September of this year on charges from a year previous which included possession of […]

[embedded content] Share This Video In the humorous video for “Reginald” from his thoughtfully introspective sophomore album, Pieces Of A Man, Mick Jenkins sends up the tropes and visuals of low-budget, 1970s police procedurals, filling the video with lighthearted touches like lustrous fake mustaches and offbeat stunt work. The video is directed by Jude Appleby […]

ABC You wouldn’t necessarily expect a Lil Uzi Vert reference to pop up in a sitcom episode honoring one of music’s most prolific and inventive pioneers, but that’s why Black-ish is just so good. Following a multi-generational Black family as they navigate suburban life and the way older Black folks relate to their kids, the […]

Following appearances from the likes of Big Sean, Carpool KaraokeAlicia Keys, Will Smith and countless others, the Migos are the latest acts to participate in James Corden‘s Carpool Karaoke. Cruising throughout Los Angeles Quavo, Offset and Takeoff performed everything from “Walk It Talk It” to Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody,” all the while […]

I don’t know about you, but I still have a few songs from Wizkid‘s 2017 album, Sounds From the Other Side, in rotation (for the record, “One For Me” is my favorite). After taking some time to himself, Wizkid seems to be back in the swing of things as he ramped up his output of music, dropping […]

Two weeks ago, Moneybagg Yo dropped off his debut album, RESET. Even before the album arrived, one of the standout tracks was “Say Na”  with J. Cole, for the fact that of all the collabs Cole has done this year, one with Moneybagg was probably the last one that would come to mind. After the tracks release, […]


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