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Love her or hate her, Azealia Banks‘ no-holds-barred interview for the April 2015 issue of Playboy may be one of the most interesting you’ll ever read.
Macklemore recently visited ‘Ebro in the Morning!’ to talk about cultural appropriation, his experiences as a white rapper, and his friend Kendrick Lamar.
J. Cole is causing a stir with a new track titled “Fire Squad,” which takes aim at some of today’s popular white rappers and R&B singers.
Hip-hop needs to be shaken up, but not in Instagram battles and beefs squashed via status updates.
If you haven’t spent the past couple of days blasting Azealia Banks’ new single “Heavy Metal And Reflective,” change that now.
Rapper Childish Gambino and artist Sam Spratt have joined forces once again, this time on the poster for Gambino’s ‘Because The Internet’ — the title of his newly released album and accompanying screenplay.
Actor/rapper Childish Gambino is teasing fans with a 13-second preview of his forthcoming second studio album, ‘Because The Internet,’ now available for pre-order on iTunes.
Young Money singer and rapper Drake leads this year’s list of nominees for the 2013 BET Awards with a total of 12 nominations.
Azealia Banks’ new video for “Yung Rapunxel” has people either excited, scared, or rushing to Youtube University to “research” all the Illuminati imagery.
Harlem fashion queen A$AP Rocky says only fair-skinned women can wear red lipstick. We give him over 30 beautiful reasons to shut the fuck up.
“Yung Rapunxel,” the new single from Azealia Banks, starts off as a harmless up-tempo dance-rap track until the Harlem femcee lets off some verbal explosives.
Whoa, who saw this coming? Up and coming female rapper Azealia Banks was set to release “Esta Noche” as her next single, a track produced by moombathon pioneer DJ Munchi. But apparently, no one got permission to use the song commercially.
Multi-talented rapper/singer Missy Elliott and Baltimore’s Rye Rye join M.I.A. on a hot new Switch remix of her latest single “Bad Girls.”