Chief Keef and Jeremih are two completely different Illinoisans. Advertisements
Woah, this is the first song by Blueface that didn’t make me want to upchuck!
Fabolous enters into the AfroPop world with this joint!
Wale is 2019’s version of the love doctor.
Here are DJ Khaled’s most famous catchphrases: “Another One,” “Major Keys,” “Big Bag Alert,” “Special Cloth Alert,” “LISSSSTEN,””Bless Up,” and my favorite, “Father of Asahd!” While each catchphrase is pretty comical, the last one seems to indicate that there is something Khaled thinks is bigger than he is […]
Dreezy is apart of a new wave of super-talented female rappers in the game. She can sing well, rap fantastically, and most importantly, connect with the hood in a way that seems genuine/non-plastic. In her latest offering, “Big Dreez,” she proves her worth to the world, gifting us […]
I’m pretty sure Jeremih didn’t need to be on this song, but since he is, I’m going to go ahead and hear him attempt to reach some serious notes.
Benny Blanco is a well known figure in the music industry, and for “Friends Keep Secrets,” he used some of his clout to link the biggest stars of r&b, rap and pop together for seven enjoyable tracks.
Whenever Trey Songz decides to hang up the mic, he will go down as one of the most successful singers of his era. I feel like for my generation, he broke down barriers, ushering in a style of R&B music that meshed pretty well with trendy hip hop. […]
Aw s**t, someone gave Blac Chyna the mic again…