New Zealand immigration authorities banned Los Angeles’ based collective Odd Future from entering the country after deciding they pose a threat to public order.
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Most independent artists don’t have a year like Macklemore’s 2013, which is why he’s Source Magazine’s Man of the Year.
Youtube has its eye on big things with the first annual Youtube Awards, set to be held live at New York City’s Pier 36 on November 3rd.
“You should beware, beware, beware of a woman with a broken heart,” warns Jhené Aiko on Big Sean’s newly released single, which will appear on his sophomore studio album, ‘Hall of Fame.’
Big Sean has finally set a release date for his long overdue second studio album, ‘Hall of Fame,’ which will arrive August 27th.
As Rihanna embarks on her 777 tour to promote ‘Unapologetic,’ the accompanying digital booklet gives us artistic and candid visuals for the Bajan pop star’s seventh studio album. With creative direction by Ri herself and Ciarra Pardo, the images suit the album, which features a range of emotions — from high, happy and cocky to somber, self-reflective, and frustrated.
Eminem covers the October/November 2012 issue of VIBE Magazine where he reunited with his cast-mates from his debut film role in 2002’s 8 Mile to honor its 10th anniversary. Directed by Curtis Hanson, the film was loosely based on the rappers life as a kid and teenager in Detroit, and was a critical and financial success at the box office. Take a look at a few excerpts from his interview.
Forbes Magazine has released their annual Hip-hop Cash Kings list, and Mr. NWA himself holds the #1 spot on the list. Even though he hasn’t released an album in over 10 years (he tells us at least four times a year that Detox is coming soon), Dr. Dre managed to make a total of $110 million last year.
The eleventh annual Bonnaroo festival was once again filled with extraordinary performances from some of the world’s most superlative artists including Radiohead, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Skrillex, Questlove and D’Angelo, and The Beach Boys!
Los Angeles-based street artist KAI turned hip-hop stars Jay-Z, Kanye West, Diddy, Eminem, Tupac and more into medieval royalty, noblemen, gentry, and poets of society for a recent exhibit entitled ‘Now Royalty.’