Travis Scott, Logic & Lil Yachty Discuss Kid Cudi's Influence
Real recognize real.
Real recognize real.
Have you heard the man’s voice?
"You hear his voice for two seconds and you know it's him."
"Hold up, wait a minute. Y'all thought I was finished?"
J. Cole is likely having a great Monday.
The much-heralded MC recounts his tumultuous three-year journey to finish “Cry No More.”
No one man should have all these plaques.
Kanye's really having a G.O.O.D time on Twitter.
It's almost Yeezy SZN.
There's really another plaque.
(It's totally Cole.)
The 12-track album will arrive this Friday, April 20.
It's only Monday, but Cardi B is having one hell of a week.
There's levels to this shit.
Yeah, we'll see about that.
Bronson is reportedly following Wale out the door at Atlantic.
Who's ready for new Boogie?
"I would prefer to put out music to change people's moods or uplift or get a feeling or reaction."
The Platinum-plus producer believes respect should be a two-way street.
The album is slated for release this summer.
We're still waiting on that collabo project with Donald, Chance.
"I was investing all my money into it without the label knowing."
That's a lot of gold and platinum.
It's not always about the end result, it's about the path that is taken.
This is how you take a victory lap.
Yeah, nothing to see here. Carry on.
"I’m still ignorant, I just have to do it in a better way, you know."
The Def Jam MC claims the song is the closest thing we'll get to an industry-wide shot.
GOATs are always hungry.
Generally speaking, there are two types of publishing deals. One of them sucks.
At 39, Phonte seems to have figured out.
The XO rapper-singer is right—magazines don't provide validation, the fans do.
"What is the culture even? I don't even know what that means."
"I want that to be my job."
"I know you ain't that dumb."
We agree, Snoop. It is bullshit.
That is a lot of unfinished music.
"...it was too soon."
It's no wonder Logic just wants to "turn up" and have fun.
In fact, the Philly native was supposed to appear on the upcoming 'PRhyme 2.'
"We waited a whole year, and y’all didn’t get any music from us for a whole year."
Seven years into his music career, Tyler feels like he's just getting started.
"I wasn’t sure if I would ever create again."
Oh, how times have-a-changed.