Wale & Jerry Seinfeld Cover Complex Magazine

November 17th, 2014 by

Wale and Jerry Seinfeld are the latest to grace the cover of Complex Magazine for their upcoming issue. The cover story by Joe La Puma is available for fans to read, where they discuss strip clubs, being a celebrity, Wale’s upcoming The Album About Nothing, and more. Below, you can also watch the conversations between […]

J. Cole Announces ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive’ Album

November 17th, 2014 by

Last night, J. Cole announced that he will be dropping his third album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, on December 9th. He explains the meaning behind the album in the teaser video above and had this to say about the forthcoming album: “What up? My New Album is finished. It’s called 2014 Forest Hills Drive and […]

Tyga Announces ‘The Gold Album’ Release Date

November 12th, 2014 by

After voicing his issues with Young Money about how they kept him from releasing his album, Tyga has announced a December 23rd release date for The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty. Make sure to keep an eye out for new music very soon.

Big K.R.I.T. Speaks On New Album, Major Label Benefits, Andre 3000 & More

November 12th, 2014 by

With his new album Cadillactica in-stores now, the new “King of the South” Big K.R.I.T. stopped by The Breakfast Club this morning to chop it up with the crew.  In this 20 minute interview, he spoke about his new album and non-radio friendly singles, elevating as a producer. Andre 3000, being signed to a major […]

YG Announces ‘Blame It on the Streets’ Short Film & Soundtrack

November 11th, 2014 by

After dropping his debut album My Krazy Life earlier this year, YG looks to end the best year of his career on a strong note. On December 15th, he’ll be releasing a short film and soundtrack which features 9 new songs. The film will be screened in LA, NY, and Atlanta before its official release. […]

Chance The Rapper & Erykah Badu On ‘Black Dynamite’

November 10th, 2014 by

Last night, both Chance The Rapper and Erykah Badu featured on an episode of Adult Swim’s cartoon series Black Dynamite (a lewd, rude show that references and parodies blaxploitation movies) called “How Honeybee Got Her Groove Back.” Chance The Rapper voiced Bob Marley while Badu voiced both Rita Marley and a prostitute. Watch above. SOURCE: […]