“Where did I lose myself?” Wale asks. “Where did I lose them? Was it the money? Was it the women? Was it the fast life?”
Listen to The Game’s Michael Brown Tribute ‘Don’t Shoot’ featuring Diddy, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Wale and More
Fabolous, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beats, Yo Gotti and Curren$y are among the other rappers who appear on the epic posse cut.
French Montana, Wale and Fabolous’ “tribute” to their favorite lady singers now has a visual counterpart.
Meek Mill and Wale’s beef has subsided, and it’s all thanks to the Boss, who also happens to be their actual boss.
You can probably guess by the title what happens.
It’s going to be awkward the next time Meek Mill and Wale run into each other at their label’s office.
Fans have been waiting for Mariah Carey to announce the release date of her new album. But it seems, she’d rather just surprise them all.
Kanye West and Jay Z asked us to Watch the Throne, but now HBO is asking us to catch it with the release of a new mixtape.
Ed Sheeran, Miguel, Fall Out Boy & Hunter Hayes Pay Tribute to Elton John’s ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of his classic album, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Elton John is releasing a special deluxe edition of the LP, complete with an additional disc that features other artists covering the Rocket Man’s biggest hits.
Before the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards aired, or were even recorded weeks before broadcast, its outcome wasn’t a matter of whether Kendrick Lamar or Drake would win awards. Instead, it was a matter of how many and, perhaps more importantly, who would win more?
This week (Aug. 5-9), the late-night television lineup sees a rare appearance by Daft Punk as well as rocker Joan Jett, hip-hopper Earl Sweatshirt, and country artists Brett Eldredge, Jake Owen, and Florida Georgia Line.
The video, directed by Benny Boom, finds the three artists flossing with beautiful women and piles of cash, and boasts a guest appearance from Wiz Khalifa.
Kanye West may have won the battle, but right now, J. Cole is winning the war.
For the second straight week, rap not only tops the U.S. album charts, but also makes a hat-trick of the top three spots, continuing a solid few weeks for the genre after a quiet start.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated.
This week, June 24 – 29: Miley Cyrus brings the prospective song of the summer to Kimmel; Mavis Staples reestablishes her R&B dominance; and Ryan Bingham reps good, sturdy Americana.