Featuring Ty Dolla $ignt also touts contributions from Kanye West, Kid Cudi, Nicki Minaj, Roddy Ricch, and more.
The Joey Bada$$ collaborator and Pro Era producer is striking out on his own with his new label Sounds of Beverly.
After learning that Biden would raise taxes on people making over $400,000 a year.
The powerhouse emcee looks back on a storied career through 10 years and 10 questions.
The Griselda emcee’s first solo project in over a year is a testament to a lifetime of pain, loss, and triumphs.
Pharrell, Mavis Staples, and Eric Andre also join Killer Mike and El-P to help get out the vote.
Author Candace McDuffie pays tribute to the emcees who shaped and continue to reshape the rap game.
The hip-hop mogul has launched Our Black Party, a PAC with the goal to “center the needs of Black people and Black communities in the political process.”
The whole project was produced by Hit-Boy, and features beats originally intended for Watch the Throne.
The lead single off the Brooklyn-Boston DJ’s upcoming new album, The Balancing Act.
The two unlikely collaborators give the After Hours single a makeover.
Minaj wrote that she’s, “Madly in love. My favorite liddo boy in the whole wide world.”