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Radio Legend Star Joins 'Everyday Struggle,' Fans React [VIDEO]

Veteran radio personality Troi “Star” Torain” has joined Complex’s Everyday Struggle, replacing Joe Budden who left from the online show in 2017. For those who may not know who Star is, he’s a radio legend who held

Meet Tush, the Toronto Troupe Embracing the Darker Side of Disco

Whoever said disco is dead hasn’t met Tush. The Toronto-based troupe have been spreading the disco gospel in one form or another since 2015, featuring a cast scene veterans coming together to get crowds moving and grooving.

Doggie Diamonds Explains How Tekashi69 Is Backed By Powerful Street Movement

Tekashi69 likes to talk as bold as his rainbow-colored hair and mouth. He's claimed that he runs New York City and has the power to lock other rappers out NYC if he wants to. He has also

Ja Rule Goes After 50 Cent on Twitter: 'You're My Bitch!'

Let’s keep it real: Ja Rule does not like 50 Cent. Case in point: the former Murder Inc. rapper went in on Fif Twitter on Friday (Jan. 19). Their long-standing feud was reignited after 50 Cent said

Cadence Weapon Returns, "Bigger and Blacker," on Self-Titled Album

It’s been five years since Cadence Weapon, aka Roland Pemberton, released his most recent album, the relatively sombre Hope in Dirty City. In that time, the socio-political landscape, and hip-hop too, have changed immeasurably.   The world

Offset Responds to Backlash Over 'Queer' Lyric

Offset has found himself in some controversy over his lyrics on YFN Lucci's new video for "Boss Life." Fans are accusing the Migos rapper being homophobic with the line, "I cannot vibe with queers (hun hun) /

Justin Timberlake Has 'Supplies' In His New Futuristic Video

Justin Timberlake has dropped f another video leading up to his new Man the Woods album, which will arrive just before his halftime show at the Super Bowl. In the new video for "Supplies," Pharrell joins Justin for

The Rap Map: Meet 5 Talented Artists From Houston

Over the past seven months, our Rap Map series has ventured across six different U.S. cities, highlighting a handful promising artists in each market. As your faithful rap cartographer, I can write with confidence that Houston’s rap

Porches' 'The House' Chronicles Romantic Strife with Help from Blood Orange and (Sandy) Alex G

Since the release Porches’ breakthrough album, Pool, in 2016, Aaron Maine has been using his time and newly acquired label support very wisely by constantly writing new music to document the changes in his life. “I was

Meet Jack Harlow, a Louisville Rapper Who is Much More Than “Just a Person Rapping”

Twenty seconds into Jack Harlow’s eerie “Dark Knight” video and my only thought was, “How is no one talking about this?” Harlow hoses down a trap beat with a concentrated stream bars, all while bouncing around an