"Hey Ya!" has spawned countless covers, but they're not all bad.
A lost job, mounting bills, one artist is determined to make his best music yet despite a world of setbacks.
Lupe gets it. If you're an artist you're a business, and if you're a business, you need to know your customers.
YouTube's more than doubled its video views, but artists are barely seeing a dime more money. Here's why...
Imagine if every time a beloved person died thousands of strangers wished it was you instead. Welcome to Wale's world.
It took a pirate to truly make me realize just how easily streaming services could wipe away my entire music collection.
If you thought radio edits are bad, just wait until you check out what Apple's working on.
Artists always hit us up asking if we accept payment for posts. We absolutely don't, that's a terrible idea. Here's why...
A look back at the (basically) dead social site that launched careers ranging from Soulja Boy to Miguel and brought hip-hop into the digital age.
10 years ago Twitter started as a dorky internet service and, for better and worse, incredibly became a huge force in hip-hop culture.
We decided to highlight some of the most hate-filled comments on Biggie's classic "Juicy" single.
Welcome to the new reality, where DJ Khaled doesn't need a television show to get famous, just a Snapchat account.
I was just an underground rap blogger until Nicki Minaj thrust me into the strange world of Barbie super fans.
Ratking had one of the most popular albums of 2015, but you wouldn't know it looking at the mainstream music industry.
A strange, lost website gives us a glimpse into the early stages of Jay Electronica's mysterious career.
From Jay Z to Hoodie Allen, the classic trilogy has inspired a lot of references.
The internet phenom came into DJBooth's studios to lay down a track. Seriously. That really happened.
Remember when Kendrick Lamar was begging for more followers on Twitter?
MmmmOhMyGod, is it too late for a new song of the summer?
Your going to want to play this Drake mash-up back to back.
If you've never seen "Rap Album Confessions" you need to watch, now.
"I recall very vividly people at labels who would brag that they didn't go on the internet."