These artists left high-profile acts and either released a masterpiece or laid the groundwork for future genius.
23 years after its release, the iconic record has officially sold over 10,000,000 units.
Rolling Stone’s original list had just 12 artists of color and three women among its top 50 albums.
32-track collection features unreleased songs and a full live album.
The virtual event benefits Black, minority, and women-owned businesses across America.
The 24-song collection features Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, Missy Elliott, and more.
Quavo, Rick Ross, Big Sean, Kehlani, and more guest on the star-studded The Album.
Including classic clips of Led Zeppelin, Prince, Talking Heads, Neil Young with Eddie Vedder, Lauryn Hill, and more.
The lineup supposedly features Ms. Lauryn Hill, TLC, Usher, Ludacris, Lil Jon, and Megan Thee Stallion, but several acts have said they aren’t actually playing.
Also featuring contributions from Blood Orange, EarthGang, and Lil Baby.
Blood Orange provided the score.
Pusha-T unleashes his second new song in as many days.