If it haas ever been in question, Future’s work ethic should be undeniable. I could chronicle the last few years of Future Vandross but I think we’re all hip at this point. This year alone, the FBG frontman has given us two albums and has been on a wide variety of features. He’s currently touring but
The internet is still buzzing over Future with mixed reviews, but it seems like a toss-up between good and indifferent. We’ll give everybody a few more days to get it together. In the meantime, Future released a visual for “Draco” from the first album of this month, which appears to be a crowd favorite. The
I’ve been saying for a few weeks now that DJ Khaled might put out his best album this time around. From what I’ve heard, everything has been pretty solid. Although “For Free” could’ve been left off. Today, we bring you more tunes from the new album, Major Key. The newest single precedes the album release,
Last month, 6LACK released two new songs after a hiatus that sent many fans into a panic attack. Since then, “PRBLMS” and “Bless Me” have gained well over 400K plays on Soundcloud with VERY LITTLE promotion. The excitement from Zone 6’s golden child is unreal and this new track might set the internet on fire.
We’ve been amped for new music from Chance since the talk of Surf prior to last summer’s release. That excitement shifted when album talks rolled around and geared up even more when Kanye released TLOP. Chance’s verse on “Ultralight Beam” stamped his name into hip-hop as he gained a lot of new fans serving as
Honestly, no one is hotter than Future right now. He’s been on an incredible run over the last year and a half and he isn’t showing signs of slowing down. Although I would’ve been alright without Purple Reign. Earlier this week, DJ Khaled announced his new deal with Apple Music and Beats1 Radio. In that same
Who would’ve thought this was coming? Last night on OVO Sound Radio, October Firm (Drake and Oliver) released some new music and in that mix we received a “March Madness” track featuring none other than God’s son, Nas. The rap legend reminds the masses that he can convey any message at any time with mixed