Solange‘s A Seat At The Table helped a lot of people cope with their lives in different ways. Expressive, heartfelt, and sincere, it was her most popular project to date. She is just as honest and open in her open letter, which was released via Teen Vogue. Read an excerpt from the Solange open letter . . .
So, technically speaking, our President isn’t Black anymore. I’d describe this time in America as the “we’re just seeing other people” phase. That being said, Barack Obama’s legacy is just getting started. He unveiled plans for the Obama Presidential Center, a three-building campus in Chicago. It’s gonna include a presidential library, a museum, an outdoor . . .
It’s safe to say that Kendrick Lamar’s Damn album has been a dominant topic on social media and elsewhere since its release last night. Punch, the co-president of TDE, shared an gem with us via Instagram amidst all the commotion. Specifically, he gave us a lost verse from “Pride,” the seventh track from the album. . . .
Could it be? Do Mariah Carey and LA Reid belong together? Epic Records is partnering with Mariah Carey to launch Butterfly MC Records. The terms agreement has not been disclosed, but it will include a new album to come “later this year,” serving as the label’s first release. The five-time Grammy winner was signed by Epic Records’s . . .
Taylor Bennett is doing more than just being Chance the Rapper’s younger brother. He’s gearing up for the release of his project Restoration of An American Idol, set to drop February 24. The project is nine tracks long and of course features the big bro, Jeremih, Lil Yachty and Luke Tennyson, to name a few. Friday . . .
Don’t. You. Ever. Deny. King. Future. A Good Morning. Dawg, I am not playing with you. It was mad early in the morning as I was exiting the Future-Hive so I could go to my office. I started getting mad notifications, like when my mother tags me in a picture on Facebook. I tried to ignore . . .
“Just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life.” (Romans 6:4) Here we are. Weeks into Trump’s presidency, days before payday, and two overdrafts fees deep into debt. When smiles turn into depression and Beyoncé doesn’t win album of the year, her ghostwriter, our . . .
Yale University has been having a four-day conference that started on January 25th, called “Blackstar Rising and The Purple Reign: Celebrating the Legacies of David Bowie and Prince“. It explores the impact that David Bowie and Prince have had on pop culture and music. On January 26th, they had an event called “‘Everybody Still Wants . . .
Atlanta legend T.I. saw fit to put pen to paper once more, releasing a letter to the United States today, on the day of the Inauguration of the 45th President of The United States. His name slips my mind for some reason. It’s clear that current events sparked a lot of thought in regards to . . .
Big Sean just dropped a video for “Moves.” Before that? We heard “Living Single,” featuring Chance The Rapper and Jeremih. Today? He announced his tour. I Decided releases on February 3rd, so it’s only right that Sean will be on tour from March 17th to April 20th. MADEINTYO is going to be the opener. Check . . .
Devin Miles looks back on his past for an introspective, calming track titled “Good Credit.” Producer, Epik, creates a ballad like soundscape dressed in luxurious piano keys for Devin to gracefully rap on. Be on the lookout for his upcoming EP. In the meantime, listen to “Good Credit” below.
It was an epic year for Drake and he will certainly look to continue his wave in 2017 as he reportedly plans to release his More Life album early this year. To add to his 1st quarter push, he has been named British GQ’s “Best Dressed” man of 2016. Rapper, songwriter and wool turtleneck champion @Drake . . .
England-born talent Rebecca Ferguson was recently asked to perform at Donald Trump’s upcoming Inauguration. The former X-Factor singer recently went to twitter to respond to the invite, which allegedly other A-list celebrities have since turned down. Artists such as Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars and Elton John have reportedly already turned down the offer. You probably . . .
From record sales, to groundbreaking performances, to overdue Grammy recognition, Kendrick Lamar has seen the multifaceted, critically backed industry success that most artists can only dream of. The legendary George Clinton, who was a key contributor to Kendrick’s To Pimp A Butterfly album, continues to speak very highly of the project. Clinton told Rolling Stone: . . .
The back end of 2016 has OVO’s dvsn dropping many visual pieces to bolster and re-imagine the SEPT. 5TH debut album. We recently got a joint video for “With Me” and “Do It Well,” but now the album gets a more comprehensive accompaniment. dvsn drops a dramatic short film titled The Choir. Executive produced by Dais and . . .