From 'Juice', to 'Wild Style' and '8 Mile', here are some of the best hip-hop soundtracks that brought emerging artists...
The ‘Sabotage’ director has collected a wealth of personal photos of the legendary hip-hop trio for his first-ever photo book.
From the rise of streaming to the breakdown of genre barriers, these are the 20 most unforgettable musical events of the 2010s.
From one-hit-wonders to crossover sensations and timeless anthems, the best songs of 1999 defined an era and marked the start of a new millennium.
The new record features 19 tracks, including gospel versions of songs from the star's back catalogue like ‘Ultralight Beam’.
The new clip, shot by fellow Torontonian Theo Skudra, features the superstar and his OVO pals having a proper white Christmas.
With ‘Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood’, DMX signposted hip-hop's growing dominance, forcing the industry to re-evaluate its approach to new albums.
This year's Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020 will be a bi-coastal affair, featuring BTS, Post Malone and Sam Hunt.
The record was the long-awaited follow-up to Dre's second album '2001' (from 1999) after the cancellation of the long-planned 'Detox'.
After a four-year break, ‘Revival’ found Eminem energised by politics, consumed by personal demons, and at his complex, contradictory best.
Containing both her hardest and most personal songs to date, ‘The Pinkprint’ found Nicki Minaj asserting her dominance over both the pop and hip-hop world.
“As the steward of the definitive charts that uphold the industry's measurement of music consumption, our goal is to continually respond and accurately reflect the changing landscape of the music.”
The past decade saw a breakdown in genres, conventions, musical borders and barriers to entry… as the best albums of the 2010s prove.
In a rich, varied career, from ‘Infinite’ to ‘Kamikaze’, Eminem has traded verses with some of hip-hop’s finest. Here are 15 of the best Eminem collaborations.
The new initiative aims to create original music born out of an experiential three-day education programme.
On his debut album, ‘Stoney’, Post Malone forged his own identity, refusing to conform his vision of music in order to fit labels or definitions.