What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down is out on September 25th.
He’s also suing his longtime record labels, Roc-A-Fella and Def Jam.
Originally, Apple Music had blamed Def Jam for the record’s disappearance.
Two separate exposés from The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times detail the horrifying allegations.
R&B crooner also tells the New York Times about how he deals with fame and the new album formats he may be experimenting with.
R&B crooner released Blonde independently after fulfilling his contract with Endless.
Based on Russell Simmons’ 2002 memoir, Life and Def.
Georgia rapper calls out his former labels and mentor.
Hall of Fame rap group returns to their favorite late night stage.