Top Tracks: DJ Mustard’s Mega Posse Cut "100 Bands" Debuts At #1

Apart from a good chunk of YG’s 2018 album, Stay Dangerous, DJ Mustard has remained fairly quiet over the past two years. His latest single, the Migos-featuring “Pure Water,” dropped all the way back in January but reached

Top Tracks: Eminem & Logic’s "Homicide" Torches The Competition

It was inevitable. Logic and Eminem have too much shared love for lyrical speed, their fanbases have too much overlap for them to never collaborate. Last Friday, they finally did, on Logic’s new single “Homicide.” Logic’s had a few #1s

Cam’ron Reflects On Jay-Z Friendship With Iconic Throwback Pic

The Roc-A-Fella legacy runs deep, living up to its once-described “Dynasty” status. At the onset, Cam’ron played a pivotal role in shaping the Roc empire, having signed to the label back in 2001. It wasn’t long before Come

Top Tracks: ScHoolboy Q’s "CrasH Talk" Snatches Two Top Spots This Week

After three long years of waiting, ScHoolboy Q finally released his fifth album, Crash Talk, last Friday. Having reportedly scrapped two previous attempts at albums, Q must feel very confident about this one, and by the looks of our

Pharrell & Jay-Z Surprise Festival Attendees With "Frontin’" Performance: Watch

Pharrell launched his Something in the Water Fest this weekend in Virginia, and it was a sight to behold. Despite the rainy weather, thousands turned out for the inaugural event, including Jay-Z. Jay and Pharrell have a

Nas Reflects On His Duet With Jay-Z At Webster Hall: "Last Night Was Epic"

By re-opening Webster Hall last night with his “B Sides 2” concert, Jay-Z was doing right by his fellow New Yorkers. The significance of Webster Hall might not mean anything to the common denominator, but within NYC, the

Jay-Z Brings Out Nas, Cam’ron, Jim Jones At Iconic Webster Hall Re-Opening

At the top of the year, Webster Hall announced that they’d be reopening in the spring after shutting their doors temporarily for renovations. Webster Hall’s one of the most iconic venues in New York City, hosting a

Dipset’s "Diplomatic Ties" Documentary Is Finally Here

The subsequent massive cultural second in Hip-Hop is all however locked and loaded. The Diplomats aka Dipset simply launched Diplomatic Ties, essentially the most complete look into Harlem click on’s inner affair since properly.. this undertaking is actually

Kanye West’s 20 Best "College Dropout" Era Beats

It’s onerous to imagine there was a time the place folks didn’t take Kanye West severely. Before he grew to become some of the divisive figures in popular culture, he was an in-house producer at Roc-A-Fella Records.

"Big L, Rest In Peace:" A Celebration Of Harlem-Bred Excellence

On the anniversary of Big L‘s premature passing, the devoted NY rap group has congregated to pay their respects, as they do each February 15 in passing. Largely missed throughout his short-lived profession, the previous D.I.T.C. member was broadly