We break down the secrecy behind J. Cole’s “Snow on tha Bluff,” and the controversy with Noname.
“How can we be expected to both demolish white supremacy and rock you to sleep? We have too much to lose.”
The question is not whether Big Sean is going to shoehorn a bunch of awkward coronavirus-centric similes into his lyrics; the question is how many.
In a sit-down interview with Yoh in Miami, the Dreamville emcee reminds everyone why he’s a winner.
Long live overstuffed new-music-Fridays.
We’ll see you in the comments.
”The timing couldn’t be more perfect.”
Hip-hop doesn’t expect artists to be good; hip-hop demands they are golden.
“I just wanted to help out any way I could. I flew all the way to Atlanta.”
“I don’t think he realizes how much of my life he got me through.”
An interview with Dallas producer Kal Banx, who scored four production credits on Dreamville's 'Revenge of The Dreamers III.'
'Revenge of The Dreamers III' is a summer blockbuster.
“I got so many bitches, I don’t know what to do / I got so many bitches, what about you?”
By harnessing J.I.D’s inspiring flow, Cole was able to craft a miraculous verse.
In celebration of 'The Warm Up,' the mixtape that launched a career.
Congratulations, J. Cole.