"Pop is dead. Better off to have a hip-hop act," writes Bob Lefsetz.
Prince is known as a musical great for many things—rapper isn't one of them.
Rap is still a sport for the youth.
"Literally, there are people who are vocalists who go into the booth who don't use any words."
"Let's not put 'Sexual Healing' on 'What's Going On.'"
The R&B industry is littered with money grabs and squandered potential. Not Jorja Smith.
Kendrick Lamar took home the gramophone, but the nominations proved there can be more than one winner.
Drake vs. Kendrick—the bliss of living in the moment and the fear of what comes after.
There's gold waiting underneath what's being force-fed.
What happens when you offer way more as an artist than the box people have put you in?
Twitter followers only matter if they're willing to actually follow.
This is the formal start of her final bouquet.
Half a decade after his debut, Rocky has come to embody the definition of hip-hop: he is a mogul, a fashion icon, a sound pioneer, and a true spitter.
Maxo Kream is the real deal, and 'Punken' is the autobiography that will bring you a bit closer to Houston's most promising prospect.
"As a quick fix from my misery, I grabbed the largest knife, roughly sliding it across my upper left forearm."
"I will no longer be pressing play on 'Victory Lap' when the album is released."
“That’s a pretty fucking fast year flew by.”
"Whether or not the music is good never mattered."
“I look to Jay for where he's at in life.”
With 'Dedication 6' coming soon, we revisit what the mixtape series has meant to Weezy F. Baby.
It’s a shame that a lot of the politics found on N*E*R*D's new album feel so forced because the music comes close to their best.