Todrick Hall Hails Taylor Swift for Using ‘You Need to Calm Down’ Video to ‘Change People’s Hearts’

Todrick Hall and Taylor Swift's friendship has been taken to another level thanks to the "You Need to Calm Down" video, which the pair co-executive-produced together. Hours after the video's release Monday (June 17), Hall took to

New Music: Wale ‘Folarin’

Wale is back with another one. After dropping “Gemini (2 Sides)” last week, the D.C. rapper unleashes his namesake “Folarin.” Over the horn-heavy production, he addresses his peers (“Don’t hate rap / I just hate rappers that

Nas Announces ‘I Know I Can’ Children’s Book

Outside of being one of rap's most lyrical MCs, Nas is taking his advanced pen skills into the children's book business. Last week, the Queens rapper announced plans to release his first book for kids titled I Know I Can,

Dreezy Signs With PUMA, Stars In New "Cali Bold" Campaign

PUMA has officially announced that it has tapped Interscope recording artist, Dreezy to join its growing roster, which already includes fellow musicians Selena Gomez, Meek Mill, Big Sean, G-Eazy, Yo Gotti, and YBN Cordae, among others. PUMA Making her

Mark Ronson & King Princess Ride a Retro Dream on ‘Pieces of Us’: Listen

The final countdown is on for Mark Ronson's Late Night Feelings. The star-studded LP is due this Friday, and as if fans weren't full of anticipation from the previously released four singles, the Grammy-winning producer gives us a fifth

Jon Vinyl "Euphemism" Featuring Tash

Jon Vinyl links up with Tash for new R&B single titled “Euphemism.”  The Toronto and LA duo deliver an R&B ballad with relatable lyrics describing different variables of a break-up. Through Tash’s appealing vocals the listeners grasp

J. Cole Reflects on ‘The Warm Up’s’ 10th Anniversary: ‘Decades Later & I’m Still Dreaming’

J. Cole has gone from the highly-touted neophyte to an elder statesman of hip-hop. Cole took some time out over the weekend to reflect on the 10th anniversary of his 2009 mixtape, The Warm Up.  "10 years ago, The Warm Up

Simon Cowell Wowed by Tween’s Aretha Franklin Cover On ‘America’s Got Talent’: Watch

Aretha Franklin's 1968 hit "Think" is a huge song. So you'd think that a 12 year-old might have trouble wrapping their young pipes around that big-throated classic. Not seventh grader Ansley Burns, who gets judge Simon Cowell's

Trey Songz Shares Precious Photos Of His Newborn Son On Father’s Day

When Trey Songz posted a photo of a baby’s foot a few weeks ago, his fans tried to figure out if he was trying to tell us something. Finally, he revealed that he is now the proud