With ‘To The 5 Boroughs,’ Beastie Boys addressed their hometown’s post-9/11 devastation while kicking old-school jams that sought to recapture...
R&B superstar Ne-Yo is shaping up for major success with his sixth studio album ‘Non-Fiction,’ just out in the US with international release imminent.
Paul McCartney’s single ‘Hope For The Future,’ which he wrote for the video game ‘Destiny,’ is now available in high quality 12-inch vinyl.
Paul McCartney announces on his website today (January 1) that he appears on rap superstar Kanye West's new single ‘Only One.'
Jay Z had been creating chart singles for a decade by 2006, but he was particularly hot on this day eight years ago with ‘Show Me What You Got.’
New mural to decorate former site of Paul's Boutique, inspiration for the Beastie Boys' landmark 1989 album.
Eminem has become the first artist to hit ten million US sales and streams with two separate singles, ‘Not Afraid’ and ‘Love the Way You Lie’ with Rihanna.
MCA Day in NYC is a day of remembrance for Beastie Boy Adam Yauch, one of the most clued up artists of our times & a strong advocate for Tibetan rights
Smack bang in the "Golden Age" 1990 was a good year for hip hop, so here's five hip hop albums that showcase the diverse paths that the genre was taking.
Hip-Hop opened a can of concrete honesty and emotional turmoil with gritty soundscapes that at times felt like a Martin Scorcese movie filmed in the ghetto.
Eminem took the Super Bowl by storm last night featuring in the brand new two-minute Chrysler ad.
With the coming of the new millennium it was obvious that hip-hop had come a long way and now became a commercial powerhouse in mainstream culture.
With the likes of DMX, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Nelly, and 2Pac all selling albums in their tens of millions, hip-hop around the early 1990s became a game changer.