With his third mixtape, ‘So Far Gone’, Drake edged ever closer to world domination, teaming up with Lil Wayne and...
With ‘Graduation’, Kanye West pushed hip-hop to its limits, ushering in an eclectic era that would embrace everything from rock to Chicago house.
This year's production is set to take over Arlington, Texas' AT&T Stadium on 2 November.
The follow-up to the Grammy-nominated 'Beerbongs And Bentleys', the new album features 17 tracks and guest slots from Travis Scott, SZA, Ozzy Osbourne and more.
The new track is taken from the artist's new album, 'Hollywood's Bleeding', which is released on 6 September.
The ‘Comeback Season’ mixtape is not only a testament to Drake’s longevity, but to how long he’s been on top with his versatile approach to hip-hop & R&B.
On the melancholic new track, the genre-bending Texan rapper teamed up with two of his frequent collaborators Frank Dukes and Louis Bell.
With ‘Late Registration’, Kanye showed he could switch his sound at will and still create genre-bending hits that would take hip-hop into the future.
‘No Bad Energy’ is the opening track from The Lost Tapes 2, which the hip-hop star released through Def Jam/ Mass Appeal Records in July.
Pop’s return to cultural dominance was evident as Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish took home many of top awards at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards.
Drake has shared a dramatic black and white video for his new song ‘Money in the Grave’, featuring Rick Ross and producer Lil CC.
'Hollywood’s Bleeding' is the hotly-anticipated follow-up to 'beerbongs & bentleys', which was released by Republic Records on 27 April 2018.
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