Premiere Following the release of his Summer Nights EP in March, Cosha TG drops the video for his Timbaland-produced single “Live It Up.” The clip documents a day in the life of the burgeoning Chicago singer-rapper, who is signed to Timbaland’s Mosley Music Group/Def Jam. The 21-year-old, born Marcus Lindsey,
Beast Coast, the group consisting of Flatbush Zombies, Pro Era, and The Underachievers, have dropped new album Escape From New York. Scroll down to listen to the album now, via Apple Music and Spotify. Rumors of an album from the collective have been circulating since 2013 when the group embarked
Ed Sheeran has released “Cross Me,” his collaboration with Chance The Rapper and PnB Rock. Listen to the song above, now. ADVERTISEMENT “Cross Me” is taken from Sheeran’s upcoming album No. 6 Collaborations, announced earlier this week. The album will also feature “I Don’t Care” with Justin Bieber, plus a
Flying Lotus has dropped his new record Flamagra, the follow up to 2014’s You’re Dead! Out now on Warp, Flamagra features collaborations with Solange, Tierra Whack, Anderson .Paak, Denzel Curry, Toro Y Moi, George Clinton, Shabazz Palaces, Little Dragon, David Lynch and Thundercat, among others. Flying Lotus recently announced a
Following the release of “Your Peace” featuring Lil Baby, Jacquees debuts a video for his latest single “Who’s.” The romantic clip co-stars Jacquees’ real-life girlfriend Dreezy. The Cash Money crooner plays a postal worker who is delivering the mail in a suburban neighborhood when he sees Dreezy and her boyfriend
The Philadelphia 76ers were recently defeated by the Toronto Raptors, and a certain 76ers fan — comedian Kevin Hart — isn’t too happy about it. And the person he blames for the 76ers’ loss? None other than Raptors ambassador Drake. As Complex points out, Hart was recently interviewed on Live
Soundcloud pop auteur Clairo has announced her debut album IMMUNITY and dropped its lead single “Bags.” Co-produced by former Vampire Weekend producer and multi-instrumentalist Rostam, “Bags” is a delicate and delightfully weird taste of Clairo’s record; the gently strummed track builds to a peak augmented by warped guitars and piano.
It’s YG 4Hunnid. Just nine months after dropping Stay Dangerous, the Compton rapper returns with his fourth album 4REAL 4REAL. In addition to the singles “Stop Snitchin” and “Go Loko” with Tyga and Jon Z, the 14 tracks include appearances from Meek Mill, Ty Dolla $ign, G-Eazy, Kamaiyah, Valee, Boogie,